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Boundaries in various guises are a mainstay of classical social science theory and have generated a fair share of empirical research. The tremendous transdisciplinary interest in state borders and borderlands that has been apparent since the late 1990s was matched in recent years by a similar upsurge in empirical (and, though to a lesser degree, theoretical) work on frontiers, i.e. loosely-administered spaces rich in resources and therefore coveted by non-residents. Freeing the frontier notiondoi:10.5281/zenodo.30867 fatcat:v3qyxpk6wvhxzjsf7z7fsrmuyu