This local study of Borneo's borderlands has global meaning. It
explores how states materialize their territoriality and how people
define themselves as a community, nation and ethnic group. Scholars
across the humanities and social sciences will learn much from this
masterful linking of history and ethnography, and of macro and
micro perspectives. It reassesses the concept of nationalism by
placing it in a real frontier situation. It is a study located in
Borneo but of wide relevance across the humanities and social
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