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César Domínguez

that some scholars have tried to correct by introducing a third category, such as Françoise Lionnet and Shu-mei Shih’s “minor transnationalism”, with which they want to acknowledge “the creative interventions that networks of minoritized cultures produce within and across national boundaries.” (7) The

Thomas Lamarre

situations is surely essential to the task of engaging and reckoning with the contemporary ethics and politics of media. 1 One noteworthy exception is Lionnet and Shih’s (2005) Minor Transnationalism , whose introduction and contributions strive to address noninternational, effectively

Chris Berry

refer to small budget diasporic and exilic cultural formations of the type referred to by Lionnet and Shih ( 2005 ) as “minor transnationalism” that connects the margins without going through the centre. It can refer to cultural texts that challenge national identity or it can refer to the consumption