The articles of the volume are about the mental and physical "mapping" of and in (im)migration and border-crossing and these activities' impact on culture and society. The volume is divided into two parts. Part One: Approaches to Culture, Mapping, and Border-crossing contains articles of a theoretical and methodological bent by Sandra Bermann, "'Mapping the World' and Translation," Arina Lungu-Cirstea, "Mapping and Spatial Configurations in Jameson and Lefebvre," Clemens Seyfried, "Mapping Intercultural Education with Trust-based Learning," and Steven TÃ¶tÃ¶sy de Zepetnek and AsunciÃ³n Lopez-Varela AzcÃ¡rate, "Education, Interculturalism, and Mapping a New Europe" and Part Two: Analyses of Culture, Mapping, and Border-crossing contains articles where the focus is more on practice and application including the analyses of literary texts, urban studies, and society at large. The articles are by Pei-Ling Lee, "Mapping and the Construction of Images in Patriotic Songs during Martial Law in Taiwan," Kaori Mori, "Emigration, Nationality, Globalization, and Mapping Japanese Identity," Christopher Larkosh, "Cultural Autonomy and Border-crossing in Contemporary North America," Luz M. HincapiÃ©, "Mapping Asian Immigration to Latin America," Hsiao-yu Sun, "Remapping Ethnic Identity in Tan's The Joy Luck Club," Walter Rankin, "Mapping the Other in Eliot and Ã–zdamar," Shizen Ozawa, "Mapping, the City, and Naipaul's Miguel Street," and Agata Anna Lisiak, "Mapping Migration and Urban Identities in Second Cities." The volume includes a "Bibliography for the Study of Culture, Mapping, and Border-crossing" by Li-wei Cheng, Steven TÃ¶tÃ¶sy de Zepetnek, and I-Chun Wang.