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IBRU Relaunched as Centre for Borders Research

On its 25th anniversary, IBRU, formerly the Durham University’s International Boundaries Research Unit, has been relaunched as Durham University’s Centre for Borders Research. Although past and current clients of IBRU’s consulting and training services likely will see little difference (asiIBRU-new-webde from our new logo), the name change signals IBRU’s ongoing commitment to building bridges between applied work at the intersection of political geography and international law with cutting edge research that connects this applied work with inquiries into the changing nature of borders, territory, sovereignty, citizenship, and the political organisation of space.

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One comment on “IBRU Relaunched as Centre for Borders Research

  1. Reblogged this on Progressive Geographies and commented:
    Phil Steinberg on the change of IBRU’s name to Durham University’s Centre for Borders Research.

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