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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 Threshold : Reconfiguring the Past in That Deadman Dance
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  • Epigraph: Borders are not lines but spaces - territories that are contested and fought over, but shared spaces nonetheless...Some forms of occupation (colonialism, for instance) can generate a mode of resistance that may enhance survival. In a more cultural dynamic, the negotiation of borders can be a model for interpretation...Practices of occupation, resistance, and interpretation are all forms of negotiation. -Mieke Bal, 'Becoming of the World versus Identity Politics', 9-10

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