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Part IV - Nationalism and Competing Territorial Claims

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  15 July 2021

Christopher M. Raymond
Affiliation:
University of Helsinki, Finland
Lynne C. Manzo
Affiliation:
University of Washington, Seattle
Daniel R. Williams
Affiliation:
USDA Forest Service, Colorado
Andrés Di Masso
Affiliation:
Universitat de Barcelona
Timo von Wirth
Affiliation:
Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam
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Changing Senses of Place
Navigating Global Challenges
, pp. 169 - 206
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2021

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