Dynamic Territories – my reflection on the Ice Law project website

s-eldenThe participants at the recent Ice Law workshop at IBRU: Durham’s Centre for Borders Research were asked to write short reflective pieces on the event and their take on its debates. A number of the reflections have been posted on their site – mine is available here. Entitled ‘Dynamic Territories’ it draws on my previous work on territory conceptually and politically, links it to my recent work on ‘volume’, and relates it to planned work on geo-politics and terrain. You can read a bit more about my thoughts on the event here, which includes a link to the audio recording of my comments.

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