Revisiting liminality: the danger of empty spaces

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Resumé

Ideas and concepts of liminality have long shaped debates around the uses and practices of space in constructions of identity, particularly in relation to different forms of travel such as tourism, migration and pilgrimage, and the social, cultural and experiential landscapes associated with these and other mobilities. The ritual, performative and embodied geographies of borderzones, non-places, transitional spaces, or ‘spaces in-between’ are often discussed in terms of the liminal, yet there have been few attempts to problematize the concept, or to rethink how ideas of the liminal might find critical resonance with contemporary developments in the study of place, space and mobility.

Liminal Landscapes fills this void by bringing together a variety of new and emerging methodological approaches of liminality from varying disciplines to explore new theoretical perspectives on mobility, space and socio-cultural experience. By doing so, it offers new insight into contemporary questions about technology, surveillance, power, the city, and post-industrial modernity within the context of tourism and mobility.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Titel“Liminal Landscapes: Remapping the Field”, London: Routledge.
Antal sider14
Udgivelses stedNew York
ForlagRoutledge
Publikationsdato1 jun. 2012
Sider21-35
Kapitel1
ISBN (Trykt)978-0-415-66884-2
StatusUdgivet - 1 jun. 2012
Udgivet eksterntJa

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Thomassen, B. (2012). Revisiting liminality: the danger of empty spaces. I “Liminal Landscapes: Remapping the Field”, London: Routledge. (s. 21-35). New York: Routledge.
Thomassen, Bjørn. / Revisiting liminality: the danger of empty spaces. “Liminal Landscapes: Remapping the Field”, London: Routledge. . New York : Routledge, 2012. s. 21-35
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