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A Decade of New Mobility Studies through the Lens of Transmodality, Transnationalism, and Transdisciplinarity

Gijs Mom

overview of the state of the art formulated it after five years of T 2 M, there could be observed “no clear shift from a modal to a transmodal approach” in the contributions to the annual conferences nor had there been “a shift from a national to a

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Gijs Mom

Using Peter Merriman's recent book as a trigger, this review-cum-polemic argues that mobility history is facing a scholarly crisis in the midst of other mobility-related fields that are blossoming. The core of the diagnosis is a lack of debate on a central question that is painfully missing. The article suggests as a remedy the opening up of the field along the paths of transmodality, transdisciplinarity, and especially transnationality. The national bias of much historical scholarship is a hindrance to its future blooming.

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Kate McDonald

A major intervention of mobility studies has been to suggest a new framework for the writing of history. Recent studies of diasporic Indian Ocean communities and trans-Pacific labor migration have shown that mobility history can open the door to histories of mobile subjects rather than static nations and, in the process, lead the way toward a transmodal and transnational research agenda. This article considers what the history of mobility has to offer to the modern history of transport and social life in the Japanese archipelago, which has most often been used to tell the story of the development of the modern Japanese nation-state.

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Transfers at a Crossroads

An Anthropological Perspective

Noel B. Salazar

attention to arts (through exhibition reviews, artwork, and photography) and the 3Ts (transdisciplinary, transnational, and transmodal scholarship), the combination of which, indeed, created the possibility of Transfers becoming a publication “where

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“Text-as-Means” versus “Text-as-End-in-Itself”

Some Reasons Why Literary Scholars Have Been Slow to Hop on the Mobilities Bus

Lynne Pearce

Mobility Studies through the Lens of Transmodality, Transnationalism, and Transdisciplinarity,” this issue. 2 Ibid. 3 Sasha Disko, “The World Is My Domain: Technology, Gender and Orientalism in German Interwar Motorised Literature,” Transfers 1, no. 1