A new series of essays addresses the complex and deeply entangled roles of the human and nonhuman actors inhabiting the diverse ecological and geopolitical spaces of borderlands.
Riparian Enclosures: Spaces of Exclusions in the Sonoran Border(ed)lands by Lily House-Peters
Bordered Spaces: Nation-States and Private Property by Casey Walsh
Animating United States-Mexico border studies by Juanita Sundberg
Border (In)Security and the ‘Unknown Unknown’ by Geoff Boyce