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Record #191676:

Fortifications in the wilderness: the making of the Swedish-Russian borderlands around 1900 / Magnus Rodell.

Title: Fortifications in the wilderness: the making of the Swedish-Russian borderlands around 1900 / Magnus Rodell.
Author(s): Rodell, Magnus.
Date: 2009.
In: Journal of Northern Studies. (2009.), Vol. 1 (2009)
Abstract: Discusses various cultural meanings attached to Russian-Swedish borderlands which were created and enforced in decades around 1900. Argues that discourse about Swedish-Russian relationships caused northern parts of Sweden, Norway, Finland and Russia to be viewed as vast frontier between west and east, occident and orient, and civilisation and barbarism.
Notes:

Journal of Northern Studies. Vol. 1 :69-89 (2009).

Keywords: 1 -- Philosophy.
3 -- Social sciences.
327 -- International relations.
341.221 -- Territorial boundaries.
341.223 -- Territorial claims.
355 -- Defence.
93"189" -- 1890-1899.
93"190" -- 1900-1909.
V -- History.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*501) -- Russia (Federation).
(*548) -- Scandinavia.
(*57) -- Sweden.
SPRI record no.: 191676

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