Vol 6 No 1 (2021): Cultural Exclusion and Frontier Zones: Between the Memory and the Space
Cultural Exclusion and Frontier Zones: Between the Memory and the Space

The current issue of the Journal of Frontier Studies is devoted to the complex relationships between the invisible (imaginary) world of man and the sensually perceived (real) space of existence. Being a point of their theoretical connection, the theory of Cultural exclusion and frontier zones allows to explain how cultural memory and cultural forgetting solidify (imaginary) communities, silence results in (cultural) confrontation and (social) tension, and the search for an ideal model of identity turns into borders.

Guest Editor: Sergey Troitsky, Center for Cultural Research and Intercultural Communication, Herzen Russian State Pedagogical University, St. Petersburg, Russia / Research Center for Cultural Exclusion and Frontier Zones, Sociological Institute, RAS, Russia)

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Sergey A. Troitskiy (Author)
Introduction: Between Memory and Frontier
Abstract views: 249 | PDF Downloads: 253
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The Urban Configuration: from the Invisible Boundaries to the Space Zoning

Zhanna V. Nikolaeva (Author)
The Identity Feature: the Emergence of the City
Abstract views: 195 | PDF Downloads: 205
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Nicola Siddi (Author)
The Invisible Boundaries in the City
Abstract views: 282 | PDF Downloads: 179
Vladimir V. Vaingort (Author)
New Cultural Zoning of the Urban Environment in Estonia Due to the Transformation of the Structure of Post-Industrial Society
Abstract views: 185 | PDF Downloads: 141
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Frontier and Order: Perspectives of Stability

Sergey A. Troitskiy (Author)
In Search of Total Order: Solidifying Borders and a Stable Identity
Abstract views: 214 | PDF Downloads: 196
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Renat N. Apkin (Author)
Wetlands as a Natural Frontier
Abstract views: 183 | PDF Downloads: 194
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