Some thoughts about border-ing (via Intersecting Processes)

1.              Starting position: Around the mid-1980s as a doctoral student in ecology, I became aware of the work of the anthropologist, Eric Wolf, which primed me to look in areas other than ecology for ways to think about problematic boundaries (or borders): “'Societies' emerge as changing alignments of social groups, segments, and classes, without either fixed boundaries or stable internal constitutions."  If anthropologists observe "transg … Read More

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EFL teacher. My research is on: reading comprehension, professional competences. I like novels, poetry. ICT and Education.

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