L’Espace géographique 2/17

EG 2/17

With summaries

Lessons from phantom borders: Traces from the past (also) come from the future (1 fig.)

The heuristic interest of the concept of “phantom borders” in the understanding of cultural regionalisation (1 fig.)

Phantom borders and ambivalent spaces of identification in Ukraine (3 fig.; 8 photos)

Summoning historical phantoms. Invention of memorial sites and reification of territorial identities in the Romanian Carpaths (3 fig.; 3 photos)

Berlin beyond the breaks. Living, telling and producing the material of the city (2 encadrés; 2 fig.; 4 photos)

A systemic methodology to characterize peri-urban agriculture for the better integration of agricultural stakes in urban planning (2 encadrés; 5 fig.)

Book reviews

In this issue of l’Espace géographique, you will find critical reviews of the following books

Denis M. (2016). Petit traité de l’espace. Un parcours pluridisciplinaire. Bruxelles: Éditions Mardaga, 324 p. (Denise Pumain, université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne) ISBN: 978-2-8047-0322-6

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