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  • Alan A. Lew
    ... From: Young Lee Date: Wed, Apr 2, 2014 at 8:23 AM Subject: Table of Contents: Transfers - Interdisciplinary Journal of
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      From: Young Lee <young.lee@...>
      Date: Wed, Apr 2, 2014 at 8:23 AM
      Subject: Table of Contents: Transfers - Interdisciplinary Journal of Mobility Studies (Vol. 4 Issue 1)

      Dear Colleague,

      We are pleased to announce that the latest issue of Transfers - Interdisciplinary Journal of Mobility Studies has been published by Berghahn Journals. Four out of six articles in this issue consider the relationship between history and contemporary mobility problems. In the remaining articles, Saurabh Arora engages with the history of the moral and physical "containment" of the so-called "criminal tribes" in colonial India while Nicholas Balaisis examines the rhetoric of mobility in the 1960s around Cuban mobile cinema.
      The remainder of the issue is filled with the regular sections: ideas in motion, book, art, film and museum reviews.

      Volume 4, Number 1, Spring 2014

      Editorial
      Gijs Mom; Georgine Clarsen; Nanny Kim; Dorit Müller
      http://bit.ly/1g6pEf4

      Articles
      The Distant Sound of Mule Caravan Bells: Interview with Mr Li Zhengxiong, 19 August 2003 at Sanyi North Village, Heqing County, Yunnan
      Ma Cunzhao
      http://bit.ly/1ealwqo

      Gatherings of Mobility and Immobility: Itinerant “Criminal Tribes” and Their Containment by the Salvation Army in Colonial South India
      Saurabh Arora
      http://bit.ly/1kCUYpl

      Transporting Viewers Beyond the “Hoe and the Machete” The Rhetoric of Mobility in Cuban Mobile Cinema
      Nicholas Balaisis
      http://bit.ly/1k0wiV5

      History and Transport Policy: The Swiss Experience
      Ueli Haefeli; Fritz Kobi; Ulrich Seewer
      http://bit.ly/1chjPvO

      Learning from a Contested Project in the Netherlands: The Clash over the Amelisweerd Forest, 1957–1982
      Odette van de Riet; Bert Toussaint
      http://bit.ly/1norDgN

      The Role of Cycle Rickshaws in Urban Transport: Today and Tomorrow
      Geetam Tiwari
      http://bit.ly/1ealWgm

      Houston (Un)limited: Path-dependent Annexation and Highway Practices in an American Metropolis
      Kyle Shelton
      http://bit.ly/1norL02

      Ideas in Motion
      Notions of Mobility in Argentina: A Discussion of the Circulation of Ideas and Their Local Uses and Meanings
      Dhan Zunino Singh; Maximiliano Velázquez
      http://bit.ly/1fQb6vv

      Mobility and Art
      Megafone.net
      Antoni Abad
      http://bit.ly/1eam7YZ

      Museum Review
      The Sea Plane Harbor: A Hangar Full of Estonian Maritime and Naval History
      Aaro Sahari
      http://bit.ly/1oxUTk6

      Cinema's Journey into Homelessness Leos Carax's Holy Motors
      Johannes Pause
      http://bit.ly/1cIkXDC

      Book Reviews
      http://bit.ly/1eamlzv

      Recommend Transfers to your library
      Are you unable to access these articles through your library?  As a key researcher in your field you can recommend Transfers to your library for subscription. A form for this purpose is provided on the Transfers website:
      http://journals.berghahnbooks.com/_uploads/trans/trans_lib.pdf

      Free Sample Issue
      View Transfers (Volume 1, Issue 1) here: http://journals.berghahnbooks.com/trans/index.php?pg=sample

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