General Introduction: Global Travel Writing [Sebastian Sobecki, University of Groningen] 

PART 1 - CONTEXTS
1. Travel and Geography in Late Antiquity [Scott Fitzgerald Johnson, University of Oklahoma]
2. The Crusades [Andrew Jotischky, Royal Holloway, London]
3. Women Travellers [Kim Phillips, University of Auckland]
4. Rape and Violence [Carissa M. Harris, Temple University]
5. Sensorial Histories [Dorothy Kim, Brandeis University]
6. Race [Sierra Lomuto, Rowan University]
7. Global Premodern Whiteness [Wan-Chuan Kao, Washington and Lee University]
8. Manuscripts [Aditi Nafde, Newcastle University]
9. Disability in Transit [Jonathan Hsy, George Washington U]

I. The Nordic World and the British Isles
10. Iceland [Sverrir Jakobsson, University of Iceland]
11. Scandinavia [Jonas Wellendorf, UC Berkeley]
12. England and Scotland [Sebastian Sobecki, University of Groningen]
13. Ireland [Joseph Falaky Nagy, Harvard University]
14. Wales [Helen Fulton, University of Bristol]
II. France, Italy, and Iberia
15. France [Elizaveta Strakhov, Marquette University]
16. Iberia [Geraldine Hazbun, Oxford University]
17. Italy [Theodore J. Cachey Jr, University of Notre Dame]
III. The Empire and the Low Countries
18. The Low Countries and Frisia [Peter Stabel, University of Antwerp]
19. The Empire [Albrecht Classen, University of Arizona]
20. Bohemia [Michael Van Dussen, McGill University]
IV. Poland-Lithuania, Eastern Europe, and Byzantium
21. Poland-Lithuania [Paul Srodecki, University of Kiel]
22. The Teutonic State, Prussia, and the Baltic [Ralf Päsler, University of Marburg]
23. Russia [Ralph Cleminson, Oxford University]
24. Hungary [Balázs Nagy, CES]
25. Byzantium [Marina Toumpouri, University of Cyprus]
V. The Middle East and Asia
26. Arabia [Shazia Jagot, University of York]
27. Ibn Battuta [Christine Chism, UCLA]
28. Jewish Travellers [Martin Jacobs, Washington University in St Louis]
29. Persia [Ladan Niayesh, University of Paris]
30. China [James M. Hargett, SUNY Albany]

31. Santiago de Compostela [George Greenia, William & Mary]
32. Rome [Chiara Sbordoni, University of Notre Dame]
33. Jerusalem [Anthony Bale, Birkbeck, University of London]
34. Mecca [Karen Pinto, Boise State]
35. China and India [Sharon Kinoshita, UC Santa Cruz]
36. The Mongol Empire [Irene Malfatto, Independent Scholar] 
37. Southeast Asia [Marianne O’Doherty, University of Southampton] 
38. West Africa [Iona McCleery, University of Leeds]
39. The New World [Sebastian Sobecki, University of Groningen]

Afterword [Geraldine Heng, University of Texas]
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