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INTRODUCTION - Daniela Merolla and Sandra Ponzanesi MAPPING EUROPE: THEORETICAL INTERVENTIONS 1. Robert Fraser (Open University, UK), Mapping the mind: Borders, Migration and Myth. 2. Tabish Khair (University of Aarhus, Denmark), The Politics of the Perception of Human Movement 3. Paul Gilroy (Yale University, USA), A cat in a kipper box or, the confession of a 'second generation immigrant'. 4. Graham Huggan (University of Leeds, UK), Virtual Multiculturalism: The case of Contemporary Britain. 5. Mineke Schipper (Leiden University), One Bangle Does not Jingle: Cultures, Literatures, and Migration in a Globalising World. WRITING ACROSS THE BORDERS: NEW LITERATURES IN EUROPE. 6. Theo D'Haen (Leuven University, Belgium and Leiden University, The Netherlands), Stranger in a Strange Land: Jamal Mahjoub's The Carrier. 7. Meyda Yegenoglu (Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey), From Guest Worker to Hybrid Immigrant: Changing Themes of German-Turkish Literature. 8. Angelika Bammer (Emory University, USA), between foreign and floating signs: the language of migrant subjects. 9. Lourdes Lopez Ropero, (University of Alicante, Spain), Roots and Routes: Diaspora, Travel Writing and Caryl Phillips's Sounding of the Black Atlantic. 10. Rosemarie Buikema (Utrecht University, NL), On narrative voice and the deconstruction of home in migrant literature. 11. Ena Jansen (Free University of Amsterdam, NL), 'The risks migrating words take.' Some thoughts on the Afrikaans poetry of Elisabeth Eybers in a context of transmigration MIND THE GAP! CULTURAL TRANS/FORMATIONS 12. Alec Hargreaves (University of Florida at Tallahassee, USA), Street Culture: Dead End or Global Highway? 13 Daniela Merolla (Leiden University, NL), Digital Imagination and "Migrant' Websites 14 John McLeod (University of Leeds, UK), "London Stylee": Recent Representations of Postcolonial London'. 15 Pamela Pattynama (University of Amsterdam, NL), The Colonial Past in the Postcolonial Present: Cultural Memory, Gender, and Race in Dutch cinema 16 Stephen Gundle, (Royal Holloway, University of London, UK), Miss Italia in Black and White: Feminine Beauty and Ethnic Identity in Modern Italy. 17 Sandra Ponzanesi (Utrecht University, NL), Outlandish Cinema: Screening the Other in Italy.
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Europe -- Emigration and immigration -- Social aspects.
Pluralism (Social sciences) -- Europe.
Ethnicity -- Europe.
Political geography -- Europe.
Europe -- Civilization -- 20th century.
Emigration and immigration in literature.
Emigration and immigration in motion pictures.