Maps/Boundaries create and govern frontiers, assist or inhibit collaboration and/or creation. They inform visual and intellectual concepts and patterns. Historically and politically, Maps/ Boundaries represent anxieties about identity. Maps/Boundaries encourage the formation of mastery and control, naming, and imaginative communication. These possibilities and limitations continue to function in the contemporary world. Disciplines as wide ranging as theology, philosophy, literature, and history, among others, engage in the production and imagining of Maps/ Boundaries.
GSU Graduate English Association, "Flyer for the Graduate English Association of GSU Eighth Annual New Voices Conference, Maps/Boundaries" (2007). Graduate English Association New Voices Conference 2007. Paper 7.