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Liminality, Transgression and Space Across the World

Being, Living and Becoming(s) Against, Across and with Borders and Boundaries

Liminality, Transgression and Space Across the World
Liminality, Transgression and Space Across the World

Liminality, Transgression and Space Across the World

Being, Living and Becoming(s) Against, Across and with Borders and Boundaries

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Description

This book analyses various forms of liminality and transgression in different geographies, demonstrates how and why various physical and symbolic boundaries create liminality and transgression.



Basak Tanulku is an independent scholar based in Istanbul, Turkey. She holds a PhD degree in sociology, Lancaster University in the UK. She conducted her PhD study on gated communities. Since then, Tanulku has worked on different subjects, such as socio-spatial fragmentation, urban transformation and vacancy, urban gardens, alternative spaces and initiatives, urban protests, and the conflicts that emerge in public spaces and commons, boundary-making and the interaction between space and people. Lastly, Tanulku works on the Lake District and Cumbria (England), particularly on the interaction between its natural and cultural elements and its culture and wild(er)ness.

Simone Pekelsma is in the final stages of her PhD at Radboud University, the Netherlands. She has great interest in translating her academic work to other worlds, including policy (i.e. Eurocities) and popular science (Geografie Magazine and Agora Magazine). Simone currently works for Utrecht University in a double role. She is a knowledge broker/business developer in human geography and spatial planning and the managing director of a research hub on the future of food.

Specifications

  • Publisher
    Routledge
  • Pub date
    Mar 2024
  • Pages
    282
  • Theme
    Human geography
  • Dimensions
    234 x 156 mm
  • Weight
    710 gram
  • EAN
    9781032408033
  • Hardback / bound
    Hardback / bound
  • Language
    English

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