Cemore is a hub for transdisciplinary research on all things (im)mobile. We offer social science-based education focused on complex contemporary challenges and opportunities.

Through our links with Sociology, Lancaster’s Institute for Contemporary Art, the Management School, Environment Centre, Institute for Social Futures, English and Creative Writing and more widely across the University, we provide a wide range of opportunities to study with us at undergraduate, master, doctoral and postdoctoral level. We offer some mobilities specific courses, supervision, and internships.

The staff associated with Cemore are research leaders on a range of issues, from microbiological and viral mobilities to financial, elite, and data mobilities, migration, tourism, literary and humanities-focused perspectives, and planetary environmental impacts of the mobile Anthropocene. In lectures, seminars, reading groups and more experimental creative interactions, our students develop skills of rigorous research, critical analysis, and creative enquiry, and gain knowledge and experience to take on leadership roles in scholarly, public and private sectors.

Undergraduates

Masters

PhD Study

Postdoctoral Study

PhD Workshop Mobile Situations

The Mobile Situations | Situated Media Postgraduate Workshop was a collaboration between the University of Siegen, Cemore, the Centre for Gender and Women’s Studies, the Centre for Science Studies and the University of Hamburg. Here are some of the images...
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MA Modules: Mobilities, Society and Change

In the MA module MA937 Mobilities, Society, and Change, we explore a range of contemporary societal issues from a mobilities perspective. From the microbial scale of viral mobilities during global pandemics to the planetary mobilities of jet streams and ocean...
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Undergraduate – Interdisciplinary Salon

As part of our 2/3rd year undergraduate course SOCL325 Disasters: Why do things go Wrong? we organised a ‘Disaster Mobilities & Design Salon’. The aim was to enable interdisciplinary collaborations between sociology, media and cultural studies...
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