Translators’ Introduction / by Jon Cho-Polizzi and Michael Sandberg | TRANSIT

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

Letting The System Completely Absorb Me Would Be So Much Easier: An Interview with the Novelist-Activist SchwarzRund / Translated by Patrick Ploschnitzki | TRANSIT

Letting the System Completely Absorb Me Would Be So Much Easier: An Interview with the Novelist-Activist SchwarzRund TRANSIT vol. 12, no. 2 Translated by Patrick Ploschnitzki Download PDF SchwarzRund is a Black Dominican queer femme feminist, active in intersectional education, … Continue reading

Paradigms of Refuge: Reimagining GDR Legacy and International Solidarity in Jenny Erpenbeck’s Gehen, Ging, Gegangen / by Anna Horakova | TRANSIT

Paradigms of Refuge: Reimagining GDR Legacy and International Solidarity in Jenny Erpenbeck’s Gehen, Ging, Gegangen (Go, Went, Gone) TRANSIT vol. 12, no. 2 Anna Horakova Download PDF Abstract This article examines a recent refugee novel, Jenny Erpenbeck’s Gehen, ging, gegangen … Continue reading

Performing Empire: Theater and Colonialism in Caroline Link’s Nirgendwo in Afrika / by Peter Erickson | TRANSIT

Performing Empire: Theater and Colonialism in Nirgendwo in Afrika TRANSIT vol. 12, no. 2 Peter Erickson Download PDF Abstract In Caroline Link’s popular 2001 film Nirgendwo in Afrika, a Jewish family fleeing the Holocaust finds refuge in British-controlled Kenya. Theater … Continue reading

Merkel the German “Empress Dowager”? Reactions to the Syrian Refugee Crisis in China and other East Asian Countries / by Qinna Shen | TRANSIT

Merkel the German “Empress Dowager”? Reactions to the Syrian Refugee Crisis in China and other East Asian Countries TRANSIT vol. 12, no. 2 Qinna Shen Download PDF Abstract Taking a cue from a painting by Jiny Lan, a Chinese artist … Continue reading

Emotionale Landschaften der Migration: Von unsichtbaren Grenzen, Nicht-Ankommen und dem Tod in Stanišićs Herkunft und Varatharajahs Vor der Zunahme der Zeichen / by Joscha Klueppel | TRANSIT

Emotionale Landschaften der Migration: Von unsichtbaren Grenzen, Nicht-Ankommen und dem Tod in Stanišićs Herkunft und Varatharajahs Vor der Zunahme der Zeichen TRANSIT vol. 12, no. 2 Joscha Klueppel Download PDF Abstract Dieser Artikel untersucht die literarische Figuration und Wirkung von … Continue reading