Mobility is still a key aspect in discussions about history, culture, and justice. Upon its 10-year-anniversary, the 2012 volume Pirates, Drifters, Fugitives: Figures of Mobility in the US and Beyond, edited by Heike Paul together with Alexandra Ganser and Katharina Gerund and published by Universitätsverlag Winter has now been relaunched as an open-access publication. The volume contains Heike Paul's articles "Remembering the Fugitive as a Foundational Figure? The (Black) Canadian Narrative Revisited" and, together with Christina Judith Hein, "The Fugitive as Anti-Foundational Figure: 'Going Native' in Early America", as well as articles by Tim Cresswell, Alexandra Ganser, Katharina Gerund, Gesa Mackenthun, Nina Gerassi-Navarro, Heike Steinhoff, Peter Kuras, Martin Butler, Konstantin Butz, Dorothea Löbbermann, Christoph Ernst, and Rüdiger Kunow.
For more information and to access the book see the publisher's site.