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October 2018

23rd October Research Colloquium Session

October 23 @ 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm BST

This is a new initiative to facilitate engagement with Cemore visitors and fellows, as well as researchers at Lancaster who study mobilities or use the mobilities paradigm. Mainly aimed at PhD students, but staff and visitors are more than welcome,  it is an opportunity for us to discuss ideas in progress, develop concepts, methodologies, collaborations. It will run 2.30-4pm every other Tuesday, until the end of Lent term (22nd March 2019). The focus is on work in progress, and ongoing research. Participants will have…

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30th October Reading Group

October 30 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm GMT

Our October reading group will be focusing on the following texts and discussion will be hosted by visiting researcher at CeMoRe, Wescley Xavier: Novy, J. and Colomb, C. (2012). Struggling for the Right to the (Creative) City in Berlin and Hamburg: New Urban Social Movements, New ‘Spaces of Hope’?. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 37(5), pp.1816-1838. Novoy et al PDF Download and Harvey, D. (2002). The Art of Rent: Globalisation, Monopoly and the Commodification of Culture. Socialist Register,…

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November 2018

Next Research Colloquium: 20th November: ‘Becoming a Passenger’

November 20 @ 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm GMT

This is a new initiative to facilitate engagement with Cemore visitors and fellows, as well as researchers at Lancaster who study mobilities or use the mobilities paradigm. Mainly aimed at PhD students, but staff and visitors are more than welcome,  it is an opportunity for us to discuss ideas in progress, develop concepts, methodologies, collaborations. It will run 2.30-4pm every other Tuesday until the end of Lent term (22nd March 2019). The focus is on work in progress, and ongoing research. Participants will have…

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November Reading Group: Surveillance, Kafka and Polanyi

November 25 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm GMT

Our November reading group will be focusing on the following texts and discussing surveillance: Franz Kafka's The Trial available here and physical copy also available in the university library and Chapters from Karl Polanyi’s The Great Transformation available here (exact chapters to be announced soon).  We’ll be meeting in the MobsLab, 12-1pm, B37 in Bowland North- 28th November  As always, all are welcome to join, even if it’s on Skype. Please contact cemore@lancaster.ac.uk beforehand and tell Jessie your Skype ID if you’d like to…

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BIG HEALTH DATA & Privacy Preserving Practices

November 28 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm GMT
ImaginationLab, Lancaster University, LICA
Lancaster, LA1 4YW United Kingdom

Big data has big potential for healthcare. From epidemiological analysis to early diagnosis, the datafication of life opens up new opportunities for preventative, diagnostic and therapeutic data analytics. However, accessing and analysing data in ethical and lawful ways is a complex challenge. This workshop brings together data scientists, clinicians, policymakers, technology developers, and researchers who are working in the context of health big data.

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