Pisarz-Ramirez, Gabriele; Warnecke-Berger, Hannes, eds. (2018):
Processes of Spatialization in the Americas: Configurations and Narratives.Berlin: Peter Lang. Interamericana: Inter-American Literary History and Culture 13.

Where do the Americas begin, and where do they end? What is the relationship between the spatial constructions of «area» and «continent»? How were the Americas imagined by different actors in different historical periods, and how were these imaginations – as continent, nation, region – guided by changing agendas and priorities? This interdisciplinary volume addresses competing and conflicting configurations and narratives of spatialization in the context of globalization processes from the 19th century to the present.

Hannes Warnecke-Berger and Gabriele Pisarz-Ramirez: "Spatialization Processes in the Americas: Confgurations and Narratives" 9 // Peter Birle: "Regionalism and Regionalization in Latin America: Drivers and Obstacles" 31 // Gesa Mackenthun: "Storied Landscapes: Colonial and Transcultural Inscriptions of the Land" 53 // Steffen Wöll: "Spatiality and Psyche: Surviving the Yukon in Jack London’s 'Love of Life' and 'To Build a Fire'" 75 // Thomas Plötze: "Regional Homogeneity by Force or by Conviction? Central American Regionalism in a Long-Term Perspective" 99 // Josef Raab: "Contestation, Hybridization, Criminalization: US-Mexican Borderland Vistas" 125 // Gabriele Pisarz-Ramirez: "Florida as a Hemispheric Region" 149 // Megan Maruschke: "Bordering through the Lens of Slavery and Abolition in
the United States" 175 // Antje Dietze: "Americanization of Show Business? Shifing Territories of Theatrical Entertainment in North America at the Turn of the 20th Century" 193 // Hannes Warnecke-Berger: "Salvadoran Transnational Transgressions: Remittances, Rents, and the Struggle over Economic Space" 219 // Sebastian Huhn and Christoph A. Rass: "The Post–World War II Resettlement of European Refugees in Venezuela: A Twofold Translation of Migration" 243 //