Thomson Reuters has published the 2014 JCR and Mobilities’ Impact Factor is 1.172. The new rankings are: 36/76 in Geography and 20/29 in transport.
We are always delighted to receive individual articles and proposals for special issues on ‘mobilities’ related themes.
Humanities Director, Lynne Pearce, has recently been appointed a co-editor of a new Palgrave Macmillan (New York) series entitled Studies in Mobilities, Literature and Culture which aims to capitalise on the current ‘humanities turn’ in mobilities research.
This series explores the transformations of society, politics and everyday experiences wrought by changing mobilities, and the power of mobilities research to inform constructive responses to these transformations.
Latest Books by CeMoRe/Mobilities Researchers
Edited by Christoph Lindner and Miriam Meissner, 2016, Routledge
Jo Stanley, 2016, History Press
Traditionally, a woman’s place was never on stormy seas. But actually thousands of dancers, purserettes, doctors, stewardesses, captains and conductresses have taken to the waveson everything from floating palaces to battered windjammers. Their daring story is barely...read more
Allison Hui and James Faulconbridge have co-ordinated the 10th anniversary special issue of Mobilities journal.read more
Are alternative ways of modelling the relationship between past, present and future in order to move historical and/or text-based mobilities research rather more to the centre?read more
What happens when people start to default on their loans and when they cannot, or will not, repay? Joe Deville discusses his recently published book, Lived Economies of Defaultread more
How can history be used to inform present-day transport and mobility policies? The most recent book, edited amongst others, by Colin Pooley (Lancaster Environment Centre and Cemore), aims to answer this question. Pooley tells us why his latest book is an essential...read more