Transfers seeks to broaden the geographical, empirical, and theoretical reach
of mobilities scholarship. Our editorial team especially aims to foster innovative
research from new locales that moves our field beyond the social sciences
where the “new mobilities paradigm” was first articulated. Th is journal
is part of a growing intellectual project that brings together theoretical developments
and research agendas in the humanities and the social sciences. Our
ambition is to bring critical mobilities frameworks into closer conversation
with the humanities by encouraging empirical collaborations and conceptual
transfers across diverse disciplinary fields. Th e articles presented in this special
section forward those aims in several ways.
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