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ISSN: 2690-5752

Journal of Anthropological and Archaeological Sciences

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The Relevance of Durand’s Anthropological Framework of Imaginary in the Understanding of the Paradoxical Dimensions of Frontiers and Boundaries Volume 2 - Issue 3

Christian R Bellehumeur*

  • Saint-Paul University, Ontario, Canada

Received: May 26, 2020   Published: June 11, 2020

Corresponding author: Christian R Bellehumeur, PhD, Saint-Paul University, Ontario, Canada

DOI: 10.32474/JAAS.2020.02.000136


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The accelerated proliferation of works on the topics of frontiers, borders, and boundaries, in geography, political science, sociology, anthropology and even literary studies, is considerable [1-5]. In that sense, the challenges and issues related to frontiers and boundaries are not new: many researchers have addressed this problem in anthropology [6,7] as well as in archeology [8-10].

Mini Review| The Complexity and Paradoxical Nature of Frontiers and Boundaries| A brief overview of the The Anthropological Structures of the Imaginary (ASI)| An application of Durand’s Framework on the Notion of Frontiers| Conclusion| References|


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