Willem van Schendel, University of Amsterdam
Tina Harris, University of Amsterdam
Franck Billé, University of California Berkeley
Eric Tagliacozzo, Cornell University
Yuk Wah Chan, City University Hong Kong
Duncan McDuie-Ra, University of New South Wales
This series presents the latest research on borderlands in Asia as well as on the borderlands of Asia – the regions linking Asia with Africa, Europe and Oceania. Its approach is broad: it covers the entire range of the social sciences and humanities. The series explores the social, cultural, geographic, economic and historical dimensions of border-making by states, local communities and flows of goods, people and ideas. It considers territorial borderlands at various scales (national as well as supra- and sub-national) and in various forms (land borders, maritime borders) but also presents research on social borderlands resulting from border-making that may not be territorially fixed, for example linguistic or diasporic communities.