|Editors:||Antonio Medina-Rivera, Cleveland State University|
|Lee Wilberschied, Cleveland State University|
Cultural Encounters, Conflicts, and Resolutions: A Journal of Border Studies
The focus of this peer reviewed journal is borders studies as a discipline dedicated to examining encounters, conflicts and resolutions within national, political, social, cultural, religious, racial, and educational borders. It analyzes borders as a physical, psychological and symbolic experience that affects relationships and negotiations among people around the world. The journal is interdisciplinary in nature, it is unique in the field, and it creates a venue for attracting scholars from the humanities and the social sciences.
Current Issue: Volume 1, Issue 1 (2014)
Table of Contents
Daily Border Crossings: Negotiations of gender, body and subjectivity in the lives of women workers in urban malls.
Rachana Johri Dr. and Krishna Menon Dr.
More than a tribesman: the New African diasporan identity
Stephen M. Magu
Intergenerational Conflicts in Iran: Myth or Reallity?
Mohammad Hossein Panahi
Australia’s Boatpeople Policy: Regional Cooperation or Passing the Buck?
Christopher C. White