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De l’intérêt heuristique du concept de « fantôme géographique » pour penser les régionalisations culturelles

Abstract : The concept of ‘‘phantom borders’’ offers a theoretical answer to a series of specific, empirical enigmas in Central and Eastern Europe. The individual cases addressed by this concept are heuristically rich in possible answers to the question of the long-term production and differences in neighboring societies. It also contributes to a more general analysis of the phenomena of geographic differentiation and regionalization at a scale that the latest developments in cultural geography notoriously tend to neglect and even reject.
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Béatrice von Hirschhausen. De l’intérêt heuristique du concept de « fantôme géographique » pour penser les régionalisations culturelles. Espace Geographique, Éditions Belin, 2017, 46 (2), pp.106-125. ⟨10.3917/eg.462.0106⟩. ⟨halshs-02558821⟩

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