Networks, Transfer, and Spaces: Perspectives of Cultural Studies

The interdisciplinary and internationally oriented series focuses on the movement of people, objects, and practices in cultural spaces. It includes studies on mobility and mobilization as well as research on the practitioners and the media of cultural transfer. The migration of people and the distribution of wares, ideas, and knowledge will be explored from the perspectives of cultural studies and social history. Thereby, the main focus is laid on Europe and its global networks from the early modern era to the present.

The series is edited by Martin Eybl, Eva-Bettina Krems, Annegret Pelz and Melanie Unseld.
The interdisciplinary and internationally oriented series focuses on the movement of people, objects, and practices in cultural spaces. It includes studies on mobility and mobilization as well as... read more »
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Networks, Transfer, and Spaces: Perspectives of Cultural Studies
The interdisciplinary and internationally oriented series focuses on the movement of people, objects, and practices in cultural spaces. It includes studies on mobility and mobilization as well as research on the practitioners and the media of cultural transfer. The migration of people and the distribution of wares, ideas, and knowledge will be explored from the perspectives of cultural studies and social history. Thereby, the main focus is laid on Europe and its global networks from the early modern era to the present.

The series is edited by Martin Eybl, Eva-Bettina Krems, Annegret Pelz and Melanie Unseld.
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