Spaces and Identities in Border Regions
Spatial and identity research operates with differentiations and relations that are particularly useful for examining border regions in which social and geopolitical demarcations diverge. The authors of this volume investigate spatial and identity constructions in crossborder contexts as they appear in everyday, institutional, and media practices. The results are discussed with a keen eye for obliquely aligned spaces and identities linked to governmental issues of standardization and subjectivation. Research is based on empirical surveys conducted in Germany, France, Belgium, and Luxembourg.