Interdisciplinary Journal of Mobility Studies
Aims & Scope
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Transfers: Interdisciplinary Journal of Mobility Studies is a peer-reviewed journal publishing cutting-edge research on the processes, structures, and consequences of the movement of people, resources, and commodities. Intellectually rigorous, broadly ranging, and conceptually innovative, the journal combines the empiricism of traditional mobility history with more recent methodological approaches from the social sciences and the humanities.
The journal's scholarly articles, book and exhibit reviews, and artwork and photography, as well as special features, provide a rich variety of perspectives that include: analyses of the past and present experiences of vehicle drivers, passengers, pedestrians, migrants, and refugees; accounts of the arrival and transformation of mobility in different nations and locales; and investigations of the kinetic processes of global capital, technology, chemical and biological substances, images, narratives, sounds, and ideas.
Convened around a broad conception of mobility, Transfers provides an interdisciplinary platform to explore the ways in which experiences of mobility have been enabled, shaped and mediated across time and through technological advances
CALL FOR PAPERS: Asia on the Move
Subjects: History, Cultural Studies, Migration
Volume 7(2), Summer 2017
Mimi Sheller and Gijs Mom
Is the Kingdom of Bicycles Rising Again? Cycling, Gender, and Class in Postsocialist China
Hilda Rømer Christensen
Movement, Practice, and Musical Tradition between Mexico and the United States
Moving Onward? Secondary Movers on the Fringes of Refugee Mobility in Kakuma Refugee Camp, Kenya
Jolien Tegenbos and Karen Büscher
Migration as a Response to Internal Colonialism in Brazil
A Genealogy of Sexual Harassment of Female Passengers in Buenos Aires Public Transport
Dhan Zunino Singh
IDEAS IN MOTION
Automobiles and Socioeconomic Sustainability: Do We Need a Mobility Bill of Rights?
MOBILITY AND ART
Wake in Guangzhou: The History of the Earth
Maria Thereza Alvez
Ai Weiwei's "Translocation – Transformation"
Susan E. Bell and Kathy Davis
Ovarian Psycos: An Urban Cadence of Power and Precarity
Jennifer Ruth Hosek
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