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Anna Meera Gaonkar & Astrid Sophie Ost Hansen 
Postmigration 
Art, Culture, and Politics in Contemporary Europe

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The concept of »postmigration« has recently gained importance in the context of European societies’ obsession with migration and integration along with emerging new forms of exclusion and nationalisms. This book introduces ongoing debates on the developing concept of »postmigration« and how it can be applied to arts and culture. While the concept has mainly gained traction in the cultural scene in Berlin, Germany, the contributions expand the field of study by attending to cultural expressions in literature, theatre, film, and art across various European societies, such as the United Kingdom, France, Finland, Denmark, and Germany. By doing so, they highlight this concept’s potential and show how it can offer new perspectives on transformations caused by migration.
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Anna Meera Gaonkar (MA), born 1986, is a PhD fellow at the University of Copenhagen, Department of Arts and Cultural Studies. She works on migration, postmigration, nationalism and coloniality as formative contexts of art and culture and has previously worked as a journalist and newspaper editor.
Astrid Sophie Ost Hansen (MA) is a PhD fellow at the Friedrich Schlegel Graduate School of Literary Studies at Freie Universität Berlin and at the Department of Northern European Studies at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.
Hans Christian Post (PhD), born in 1971, works as an independent researcher and filmmaker. His primary field of interest is cultural and urban memory.
Moritz Schramm (PhD), born in 1970, works as an associate professor at the Department for the Study of Culture at the University of Southern Denmark. He is invested in the study of migration and culture, in particular in postmigrant literature, film, and theatre.
语言 英语 ● 格式 PDF ● 网页 400 ● ISBN 9783839448403 ● 编辑 Anna Meera Gaonkar & Astrid Sophie Ost Hansen ● 出版者 transcript Verlag ● 市 Bielefeld ● 国家 DE ● 发布时间 2021 ● 版 1 ● 下载 24 个月 ● 货币 EUR ● ID 7399771 ● 复制保护 社会DRM

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