Luis Lobo-Guerrero is Professor of History and Theory of International Relations at the University of Groningen.
Suvi Alt is Assistant Professor in International Relations at the University of Groningen.
Maarten Meijer is a PhD student in International Relations at the University of Groningen.
Introduction, Luis Lobo-Guerrero, Suvi Alt, and Maarten Meijer
1. Novelty and the Creation of the New World in XVI C Spain, Luis Lobo-Guerrero
2. Faciality and the Digital Politics of Identity at Face Value, Carina Huessy
3. After Ports were Linked: Paradoxes of Transpacific Connectivity in the Nineteenth Century, Sujin Eom
4. Zones at Sea and the Properties of Connectivity: (A)roundness, (Imm)unity and Liquidity, Barry J Ryan
5. From Tian Xia to Sovereignty: The Shift of the Chinese Imaginary of Connectivity in the Nineteenth Century, Ariel Shangguan
6. ‘Making up Germans’: Colonialism, Cartography and Imaginaries of ‘Germandom’, Zeynep Gülsah Çapan and Filipe dos Reis
7. Friedrich’s ‘Germany’: Landscape Painting as Imaginary and Experience of Connectivity, Benjamin Tallis
8. Cultivating Disconnection: Imaginaries of Rurality in the Catalan Pyrenees, Camila del Mármol
9. Organisms, Nodes and Networks, Paolo Palladino
Conclusions, Luis Lobo-Guerrero, Suvi Alt, and Maarten Meijer
Epilogue: Only Connect, Peter Adey