At the paradigm's edge: Constructing the object of study in the social sciences The inaugural John Urry Memorial Lecture celebrates the life of Lancaster University's eminent Sociologist, Distinguished Professor John Urry. This event is free and tickets can be booked here. You can also email us at email@example.com or call 01524 592994 to book. Tea and coffee served from 5.30pm, with the lecture beginning at 6pm. The accumulation of knowledge, data and scholarship across past decades has been a substantial enabler for social scientists,…Find out more »
We're thrilled to be able to invite you to join us 2nd May 4-5pm for our reading group with Cemore's visting scholar and Urban Studies Foundation Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Manchester University, Dr Cristina Temenos. Read more about Cristina's work with Cemore and our other fellows here, and read more about Cristina's work here. The reading group is a perfect lead in to Cristina's policy mobilities workshop which will be taking place 9th May at Lancaster University- more info about this event here.…Find out more »
How do policies move? What is involved in making policies move and moor successfully elsewhere? Which policies become immutable mobiles, why these? Are the outcomes ‘the same’ in different contexts?
This workshop seeks to further our understanding of the connection between mobilities theory and the processes that go into mobilizing policy ideas and models.