CFP TRANSIT Journal: Volume 13.1 2020-2021: Traveling Forms Due to numerous requests, TRANSIT has extended the deadline for submissions to October 11, 2020. As a pandemic and international solidarity for Black Lives Matter demand reckoning with crises of a global … Continue reading
Dear Readers, I’m honored to present the second issue of the twelfth volume of TRANSIT Journal: “Landscapes of Migration.” As a continuation of last year’s project, this issue’s scholarly and literary works seek to investigate rapidly changing demographics, contested geopolitical … Continue reading
Translators’ Introduction TRANSIT vol. 11, no. 2 Jon Cho-Polizzi and Michael Sandberg Download PDF Working on a translation project of this scale has been a tremendous honor. We are humbled both by the opportunity to work closely with some of … Continue reading
In light of continuing developments around the globe, TRANSIT has decided to reopen our recently edited CFP for submissions. Our 2020 publications will feature responses to our Call for Papers (entitled: “Landscapes of Migration”). We welcome all submissions, both traditional … Continue reading
Willkommenskultur: A Computational and Socio-linguistic Study of Modern German Discourse on Migrant Populations TRANSIT vol. 12, no. 1 Sabina Hartnett Download PDF Abstract In the lingering wake of the European Refugee Crisis of 2015, population demographics within Germany’s borders continue … Continue reading
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Celestial Desires and Earthly Migrations: Love, Poetry, and Agency in Özdamar’s Seltsame Sterne starren zur Erde TRANSIT vol. 11, no. 1 Elizabeth Mittman Download PDF Abstract Previous scholarship on the final installment in Emine Sevgi Özdamar’s Istanbul-Berlin trilogy has issued largely … Continue reading
TRANSIT 10.2: Foreword Dear Readers, We are pleased to announce the publication of the second installment of texts for our 2015–16 tenth anniversary volume. The articles in this publication begin with a continuation of the thematic of Barriers from Volume … Continue reading