Living Boundaries: Frontiers and Identity in the Basque Country


The international frontier between Spain and France has long been an important symbol (and reality) of the separation of the Basque people into different spheres. Living Boundaries draws a vivid picture of the ways that individuals construct and express their identities along and across this international frontier. The book follows in the tradition of social anthropological research and is laced with rich ethnographic accounts that tie to sociopolitical issues. This is the second edition, updated and with a new foreword and afterword by the author discussing the changes that have occurred since its original publication in 2004. 



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