Vol 6 No 2 (2021): Migration: Condition of Frontier
Migration: Condition of Frontier

A new issue of the Journal of Frontier Studies fills an existing gap in coverage of the important element of the Frontier as migration. The authors show how the Frontier states are experienced mentally in the process and as a result of migration. Not surprisingly, all the articles presented in the issue are based on literary research practices that allow us to refer to artistic texts (subjective narratives), but at the same time make them the object of analysis in a broader cultural context.

Guest Editor: Ralitsa Savova, PhD, University of Pécs. Pécs, Hungary.

Full Issue
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Introduction

Ralitsa Savova (Author)
10-15
“Migration: Condition of Frontier” as it is
Abstract views: 91 | PDF Downloads: 61
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Border Studies in Contemporary European Literature

Gabriela Šilhavá (Author)
16-36
Migration Experiences in Selected Works by Stanislav Struhar
Abstract views: 184 | PDF Downloads: 33
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Lea Laura Heim (Author)
37-67
Rewriting the Nation: German-Turkish Transformations of the Bildungsroman
Abstract views: 71 | PDF Downloads: 28
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Gabriella Pelloni (Author)
68-84
An Old/New Vision of Europe. National Responsibility and Cultural Otherness in Emine Sevgi Özdamar’s Play Perikizi
Abstract views: 63 | PDF Downloads: 26
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Annabelle Jänchen (Author)
85-102
Border Crossing and Self-Placement of Characters with a Migratory Background in Contemporary German Novels
Abstract views: 57 | PDF Downloads: 28
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Ievgeniia V. Voloshchuk (Author)
103-129
Galicia as an Intertext: the Concept of the Frontier in the Novel “The End of Days” by Jenny Erpenbeck
Abstract views: 69 | PDF Downloads: 48
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Reviews

Marina Ch. Larionova (Author)
130-136
The Ural Text of the Russian Literature
Abstract views: 53 | PDF Downloads: 40
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