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As part of the investment, construction of an educational park for the history of folk architecture and machinery on the polish-slovak borderland under the project: open museums - extending the program possibilities of the polish-slovak borderland culture institutions under the cross-border cooperation program interreg va poland - slovakia 2014-2020 w the scope of investments includes, among others
All money raised goes to the Air Ambulance and Dairi-Pak covers all the expenses of the event which is organised and run by Oswestry Borderland Rotary Club.
For four centuries after the Roman legions of Lucullus and Pompey arrived, the Mesopotamian Borderland remained one of the most important stages for imperial interaction in the Roman world, says Cameron, the stage on which imperial power was compelled to be manifest by the ever-present threat of the Persian "Other." Considering first tradition and narrative, then movement and power, he discusses such matters as Strabo's sources, Hellenistic knowledge, Ammianus Marcellinus, Pliny the Elder, arranging people, desert routes, representing Mesopotamian trade, Roman power in the Borderland, and globalization and networks in the Mesopotamian Borderland.
It is mildly ironic therefore that Ukraine: A Nation on the Borderland, one of the best works on Ukraine's highly peculiar geography, history and modernity I've ever come across, has been translated from German.
Overstretched security forces relied on borderland residents to provide information on dangerous goods or unfamiliar people crossing the border.
The second part of the book, chapters four and five, chronicle how a militarized border and strict legal definitions of nationality and race started to complicate the borderland lifestyles of the Plains Metis in the late 1870s and beyond.
Dominican, DominicanAmerican, Haitian and Haitian-American writers and artists are put in dialogue with authors who were born in Europe, the rest of the Americas, Algeria, New Zealand, and Japan in order to illuminate some of the processes and histories that have woven and continue to weave the texture of the borderland and the complex web of border relations on the island.
This volume examines the relationship between archeology and modern national identities and nationalism, focusing on the Danish-German borderland. The German side of the southern Jutland Peninsula is the state of Schleswig-Holstein and the Danish side is Sonderjylland.
In "A Fluid Frontier: Slavery, Resistance, and the Underground Railroad in the Detroit River Borderland", editors Karolyn Smardz Frost and Veta Smith Tucker explore the experiences of the area's freedom-seekers and advocates, both black and white, against the backdrop of the social forces-legal, political, social, religious, and economic-that shaped the meaning of race and management of slavery on both sides of the river.
Borderland on the Isthmus: Race, Culture, and the Struggle for the Canal Zone, by Michael E.
the Metis shaped both." (8) "The experiences of these borderland Metis communities," he continues, "therefore offer a fresh perspective on the political, economic, and environmental transformations that re-worked the Northern Plains across the nineteenth century." (9) And finally, he states how the book "offers a (partial) corrective to those who would focus solely on race by drawing attention to the historical circumstances that gave rise to the Metis emergence as an autonomous people ...
Slavery's Borderland: Freedom and Bondage Along the Ohio River.