We welcome contributions in the form of research papers from literary and cultural studies. While the term “international” foregrounds the interaction between nations carried out by their respective representatives and thus maintains as axiomatic the significance of national boundaries and sovereignty in any group or personal identity, “transnational” brings into focus non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and civilians who have crossed national borders and maintained networks of social relations in both their “home” and “host” countries and arguably helps us to interrogate lingering presumptions.
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