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Border Crossings and Mobilities on Screen


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Introduction, Ruxandra Trandafoiu PART I – Border Crossings Chapter 1: Mobility and Transnational Relationships in Alternative Media Discourse: Migration Actors, Objects and Emotions on the Road, Irina Diana Mădroane and Adina Baya Chapter 2: Physical, affective and symbolic immobility in the videos made by Sub-Saharan migrants at the EU external borders in Northern Africa, Miguel Fernández Labayen and Irene Gutiérrez Chapter 3: Orientalism, Deterritorialization and the Universe of Refugees in the Brazilian Telenovela: The Case of Orphans of a Nation, Andreza Patricia Almeida dos Santos and Lucas Martins Néia Chapter 4: Representing diversity during COVID-19: minority and migrant communities in UK television news, Maria Kyriakidou, Marina Morani and Lizzy Willmington Chapter 5: Transnational Queer Screen Mobilities: Quick Media Application, Home, Love and Sex Online, Ahmet Atay PART II – Transnational Encounters Chapter 6: Global Service, Transnational Stories: Streaming Privileged and Precarious Mobility in Netflix’s Original Films, Christopher Meir Chapter 7: Going Viral: YouTube, Village Life and Digital Cultures in South India, Srikanth Nayaka and V. Vamshi Krishna Reddy Chapter 8: Reimagining Pastoral Life in China: Rural Microcelebrities on YouTube, Shaohua Guo Chapter 9: Remixing Transcultural Mobilities on Screen: Remapping Europe, A Remix Project, Lora Markova PART III – Connections and Dislocations Chapter 10: Mobility, place and geographic filming in South African Broadcasting Corporation’s Khumbulekhaya. Giving meaning to apartheid and post-apartheid dislocation(s) of the South African black people, Nkululeko Sibanda Chapter 11: Traversing the Urban Sitcom: The Narrative Trope of Transport and Urban Sociality in NBC’s ‘Must-See TV’ Sitcoms, Jennifer Hessler Chapter 12: Televised Stations in Italy: The Visualisation of Mobility on Transportation Hubs Video Networks, Emiliano Rossi Chapter 13: Booktubing and Bookstagraming: The Boundary Spanning and Disembedded Nostalgia of Shelfies, Ruxandra Trandafoiu PART IV – Symbolic Geographies Chapter 14: Entertainment Mobilisation: Nordic Noir fans and screen tourism, Annette Hill and Koko Kondo Chapter 15: Mobility as a Distinctive Practice: Van Life Lifestyle and Personal Media, Andreja Trdina and Dejan Jontes Chapter 16: The Augmented Reality of Tourist Places: Strolling into Singapore’s Heritages, Christian S. Ritter Chapter 17: Amateur Film Tourism: Crafting Engaging Images of Holidays, Ryan Shand

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Ruxandra Trandafoiu is Reader in Communication, Department of Creative Arts, Edge Hill University, UK.

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