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Shakespeare and Stratford
July 2019

Shakespeare and Stratford

Scheil, K. (ed)
Mobile Urbanity
July 2019

Mobile Urbanity

Somali Presence in Urban East Africa

Carrier, N. & Scharrer, T. (eds)
Escapees
August 2019

Escapees

The History of Jews Who Fled Nazi Deportation Trains in France, Belgium, and the Netherlands

von Fransecky, T.
Germany On Their Minds
October 2019

Germany On Their Minds

German Jewish Refugees in the United States and Their Relationships with Germany, 1938–1988

Schenderlein, A. C.
Social Im/mobilities in Africa
November 2019

Social Im/mobilities in Africa

Ethnographic Approaches

Noret, J. (ed)
Bourdieu and Social Space
November 2019

Bourdieu and Social Space

Mobilities, Trajectories, Emplacements

Reed-Danahay, D.
A U-Turn to the Future
February 2020

A U-Turn to the Future

Sustainable Urban Mobility since 1850

Emanuel, M., Schipper. F., & Oldenziel, R. (eds)
If Everyone Returned, The Island Would Sink
February 2020

If Everyone Returned, The Island Would Sink

Urbanisation and Migration in Vanuatu

Petrou, K.
Space, Place and Identity
March 2020

Space, Place and Identity

Woɗaaɓe of Niger in the 21st Century

Köhler, F.
Revisiting Austria
April 2020

Revisiting Austria

Tourism, Space, and National Identity, 1945 to the Present

Graml, G.
Permeable Borders
April 2020

Permeable Borders

History, Theory, Policy, and Practice in the United States

Otto, P. & Berthier-Foglar, S. (eds)
Resettlers and Survivors
April 2020

Resettlers and Survivors

Bukovina and the Politics of Belonging in West Germany and Israel, 1945–89

Fisher, G.
On the Edges of Whiteness
May 2020

On the Edges of Whiteness

Polish Refugees in British Colonial Africa during and after the Second World War

Lingelbach, J.
Structures of Protection?
May 2020

Structures of Protection?

Rethinking Refugee Shelter

Scott-Smith, T. & Breeze, M. E. (eds)
Forced from the Forest
May 2020

Forced from the Forest

Mobile Indigenous Peoples, Gender Equality and the Forest Rights Act

Sigamany, I.
Finding Ways Through Eurospace
May 2020

Finding Ways Through Eurospace

West African Movers Re-viewing Europe from the Inside

Schapendonk, J.
Spaces of Solidarity
May 2020

Spaces of Solidarity

Karen Activism in the Thai–Burma Borderlands

Sharples, R.
Borders across Healthcare
June 2020

Borders across Healthcare

Moral Economies of Healthcare and Migration in Europe

Sahraoui, N. (ed)
Pacing Mobilities
June 2020

Pacing Mobilities

Timing, Intensity, Tempo and Duration of Human Movements

Amit, V. & Salazar, N. B. (eds)
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Interdisciplinary Journal of Mobility Studies

Editor: Dagmar Schfer, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science

ISSN Print: 2045-4813
ISSN Online: 2045-4821
Volume 9/2019, 3 issues p.a. (spring, summer, winter)
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Mobility in History

Mobility in History

The Yearbook of the International Association for the History of Transport, Traffic and Mobility

Editors: Kyle Shelton, Rice University
Christiane Katz, Aachen University
Dhan Zunino Singh, University of Quilmes
Kate McDonald, University of California, Santa Barbara

ISSN Print: 2296-0503
ISSN Online: 2050-9197
Volume 8/2017, 1 issue p.a. (Winter)
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