T2M Yearbook 2015
Kyle Shelton, Gijs Mom, Dhan Zunino Singh, Christiane Katz (eds.):
Mobility in History.
With this volume a new editorial team has taken over with plans to carry on the strong tradition created by the preceding teams led by Gijs Mom and Peter Norton. Yearbook Six once again offers a collection of articles reviewing the cutting edge of mobility scholarship across several disciplines and highlighting exciting new directions toward which this vibrant field can move. In addition, this yearbook features two articles that represent the first iterations of what are intended to become annual features in future volumes.
Volume 6, 2015
The Crisis of Transport History: A Critique, and a Vista
Mobilities, Crises, and Turns: Some Comments on Dissensus, Comparative Studies, and Spatial Histories
Mao or Merriman? On Pitjantjatjara and Other Mobilities — A Response
New Perspectives in Aviation History: Flight Experiences of German Military Pilots
Where Are We Going? A Discussion of Mobility History in Latin America
Dhan Zunino Singh
Feeling Motion: Revisiting Mobility History through Affect and Emotion
Indelible Lines: Revisiting Borders and Partitions in Modern South Asia
Mobile Phones, Mobility Practices, and Transport Organization in Sub-Saharan Africa
ICT Mobility Research in Finland: From Immaterial Consumption to Material Sustainability?
Brazil: Modernity and Mobility
Portuguese Railway History: Still a Field of Opportunities?
Hugo Silveira Pereira
Technology, Modernity, and the State: Approaches to the History of Transit in Istanbul
Railways in Colonial South Asia
Writing Bicycles: The Historiography of Cycling in the United States
Making Mass Transit Serve the Public: Social Dimensions of Urban Mobility in Historical Perspective
TOURISM AND MOBILITY
Mobility History and Caribbean Tourism
Boundaries and Crossings: Mobility, Travel, and Society in China, 1500–1954 — A Survey of the Field
Tourism and Mobility in Uruguay: A Historical Approach
Transport and Tourism in Brazil: An Ongoing Movement
Joana Carolina Schossler