This special section considers the interconnections of print culture and mobility
across the Pacific in the early twentieth century. The contributors explore
how print culture was part of the practices, experiences, mediations, and representations
of travel and mobility, and understand mobility in a number of
ways: from the movement of people and texts across space and the mobility
of ideas to the opportunities of social mobility through travel. The special section
moves beyond studies of travel writing and the literary analysis of travel
narratives by discussing a range of genres, by paying attention to readers and
reception, and by focusing on actual mobility and its representation as well as
the mediation between the two.
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