BOOK DATA. James S. Williams, ed., Queering the Migrant in Contemporary European Cinema. London: Routledge, 2020. $160 cloth. 294 pages.

In recent years, as escalating numbers of migrants and refugees from the East and the global South sought to enter the European Union, films engaging with migration began to proliferate across the Continent. Simultaneously, the emergence of right-wing nationalism and nativist ideologies in several European states fanned significant anti-immigrant sentiment, particularly in the second decade of the twenty-first century, when the humanitarian crisis sparked by the movement of millions of refugees fleeing war and uprisings in the Middle East drew intense media attention. As conflicts accompanying the encounter of European...

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