Landscape, Memory, and the Shifting Regional Geographies of Northwest Bosnia-Herzegovina

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Riding, J.;
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Writing and arguing with older discourses that have informed the subdiscipline of regional geography and setting them against new ways of conceiving of the region, this article considers the northwest of Bosnia-Herzegovina as a site that calls for a newly animated form ... View more
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