Representing 21st-century migration in Europe: Performing borders, identities and texts
The 21st century has witnessed some of the largest human migrations in history. Europe in particular has seen a major influx of refugees, redefining notions of borders and national identity. This interdisciplinary volume brings together leading international scholars of migration from perspectives as varied as literature, linguistics, area and cultural studies, media and communication, visual arts, and film studies. Together, they offer innovative interpretations of migrants and contemporary migration to Europe, enriching today¿s political and media landscape, and engaging with the ongoing debate on forced mobility and rights of both extra-European migrants and European citizens.