Introduction: Between Memory and Frontier
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Keywords

Cultural memory
individual memory
oblivion
displacement
cultural exclusion and frontier zones
borders
territory
boundaries
frontier
borderland

How to Cite

1. Troitskiy S. Introduction: Between Memory and Frontier // Journal of Frontier Studies. 2021. № 1 (6). C. 10-19.

Abstract

This text is an introductory article to a special issue of the Journal of Frontier Studies.

https://doi.org/10.46539/jfs.v6i1.273
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