Data Publics conference: final report

The Data Publics conference ran over three days, from 31st March to 2nd April 2017 at LICA, Lancaster University.   It was supported by Cemore, alongside funding and support from a range of other partners, including the Digital Economy Network and the...
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Mobile Futures | Design in Practice

Join us for all or part of this 3 day workshop with colleagues from the Centre for Mobilities and Urban Studies at Aalborg University. Mobile Futures | Design in Practice 2-4 August 2017    …
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How to save Europe?

CeMoRe members and visiting researchers from all across the world (Australia, Canada, Poland, UK, USA, Venezuela) tried to answer the question while playing a board game during CeMoRe Reading Group. It may sound abstract, but this is exactly how CeMoRe translated...
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Automation, Labour and Future Mobilities

This reading group is an opportunity for us to explore how mobilities research is responding to pressing questions about robots, automation, and our technological futures. From the new kinds of micro-bodily movements that are created by these technologies, up to...
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Play: ‘isITethical?’

The CeMoRe Reading Group will next meet on Wednesday 14th June, 4-5 pm in Mobilities Lab. It is the last meeting this academic year, so make sure you don’t miss it! Let’s close the books and play a board game! isITethical? is a board game designed to playfully...
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Cemore initiated the new mobilities paradigm in the social sciences, arts, humanities and sciences. It was the first such centre (founded in 2003 by John Urry and Mimi Sheller) and continues to be at the heart of this burgeoning global field. Mobilities research develops a deeper and broader understanding of contemporary challenges through social science as a transdisciplinary endeavour.  It encompasses the analysis of the global, national and local movements of people, objects, capital, information and material things combining together to engender the economic and social patterning of life.

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