John C. Welchman
U of Minnesota Press, 1996 - Philosophy - 208 pages
The eight essays and three responses collected in Rethinking Borders were commissioned from an exciting range of leading younger writers, artists and intellectuals whose work has raised significant questions about the border cultures in which we live and have traversed in the middle of the last decade of the twentieth century.
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