The island of Hispaniola: disputed/contested territorial histories and cultural identities between the Dominican Republic and Haiti

Nicholas Wise, Jose Díaz-Garayúa

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    Abstract

    Border disputes are a common source of political instability and military conflict around the globe, both in the present day and throughout history. Border Disputes: A Global Encyclopedia will serve as an invaluable resource for students studying social studies, political science, human geography, or related subjects.
    Each volume of this expansive encyclopedia begins with an accessible introduction to the type of dispute to be discussed, identifying the conflict as
    territorial (Volume 1), positional (Volume 2), or functional (Volume 3). Following the background essay in each volume are comprehensive case study entries on specific international conflicts, examining the disputed area, the reasons for the dispute, and cultural, political, historical, and legal issues relating to the dispute. The third volume will also provide primary documents of legal rulings and important resolutions of various disputes, as well as profiles of key organizations relating to border studies and specific border dispute commissions.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationBorder Disputes: A Global Encyclopedia
    EditorsEmmanuel Brunet-Jailly
    Place of PublicationCalifornia
    PublisherABC-CLIO
    Volume1
    ISBN (Electronic)9781610690249
    ISBN (Print)9781610690232
    Publication statusPublished - 2015

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    Keywords

    • Hispaniola
    • Dominican Republic
    • Haiti
    • territorial histories
    • cultural identities

    Cite this

    Wise, N., & Díaz-Garayúa, J. (2015). The island of Hispaniola: disputed/contested territorial histories and cultural identities between the Dominican Republic and Haiti. In E. Brunet-Jailly (Ed.), Border Disputes: A Global Encyclopedia (Vol. 1). California: ABC-CLIO.
    Wise, Nicholas ; Díaz-Garayúa, Jose. / The island of Hispaniola: disputed/contested territorial histories and cultural identities between the Dominican Republic and Haiti. Border Disputes: A Global Encyclopedia. editor / Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly. Vol. 1 California : ABC-CLIO, 2015.
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    Wise, N & Díaz-Garayúa, J 2015, The island of Hispaniola: disputed/contested territorial histories and cultural identities between the Dominican Republic and Haiti. in E Brunet-Jailly (ed.), Border Disputes: A Global Encyclopedia. vol. 1, ABC-CLIO, California.

    The island of Hispaniola: disputed/contested territorial histories and cultural identities between the Dominican Republic and Haiti. / Wise, Nicholas; Díaz-Garayúa, Jose.

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    Wise N, Díaz-Garayúa J. The island of Hispaniola: disputed/contested territorial histories and cultural identities between the Dominican Republic and Haiti. In Brunet-Jailly E, editor, Border Disputes: A Global Encyclopedia. Vol. 1. California: ABC-CLIO. 2015