Dear Readers, It is my privilege to present the first issue of the thirteenth volume of TRANSIT, entitled “Traveling Forms.” This topic was conceived in the months of the nascent COVID-19 pandemic, the Black Lives Matter protests following the murder of George Floyd, and the various climate emergencies across the globe—all transnational events that challenged […]

Deterritorialized Travels: Notes on World, Earth, and Literature in the Work of Deleuze and Guattari TRANSIT Vol. 13, No. 1 Florian Scherübl [Related Links: “Introduction” by Andrew Blough and Jonas Teupert] Download PDF Abstract Starting with the works of Edmund Husserl, phenomenological philosophy occupied itself with questions of foundation. The German word Grund’s denotations of both […]

Introduction: Traveling Forms (Global German Studies) TRANSIT Vol. 13, No.1 Andrew Blough and Jonas Teupert Download PDF The present Covid-19 pandemic has brought the contradictions of our global existence into sharp relief. While the spread of the virus across national and continental borders has raised the awareness of global entanglements, the resultant closure of national […]