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CeMoRe Annual Research Day
Date: 23 May 2008 Time: 09.30 - 17.00
Following the tradition of the last few years, there will be a CeMoRe Research Day in the IAS on Friday 23 May.
The purpose of this day is to encourage short presentations (10-15 minutes) from staff and research students at Lancaster, to facilitate the exchange of ideas and encourage new contacts and collaborations. Papers can be on any theme related to mobilities (broadly defined) and can be used to float new ideas, present research in progress or report on results. For more information about CeMoRe see: http://www.lancs.ac.uk/fass/sociology/cemore/
In previous years we have had excellent papers from research students and staff in all Faculties of the University with very productive discussion.
All interested staff and postgraduates are very welcome to attend for all or part of the event. There is no charge, but please let Pennie Drinkall (email@example.com) know if you wish to attend so that we can organise catering. Tea/coffee and a buffet lunch will be provided.
CeMoRe Research Day
Friday 23 May 2008 - Institute for Advanced Studies (large meeting room)
9.15 - 9.30. Registration
9.30 - 11.00. Session 1: Forced mobilities (Chair: Colin Pooley )
John Welshman (IHR) 'Evacuee: Child, City, and Countryside during the Second World War'.
Nick Gill (Geography) 'Mobility as governmental Technology: The Power Effects of the Movement of Detained Asylum Seekers around Britain's Detention Estate'
Anita Wilson (Lancaster Literacy Research Centre) 'I felt sea-sick in the van': The movement and mobility of prisoners and the effect on their imprisonment.
Rebecca Sims and Will Medd (Geography) 'The immobile caravan: householder perspectives on life after the floods'.
11.00 - 11.15: Coffee >
11.15-12.45. Session 2: Systems of movement (Chair: John Urry)
Tim Dant (Sociology) 'The Driverless Car'
Yvonne Latham (Organisation, Work and Technology) 'Networking: disabled bodies and technologies'
Kirk Woolford (LICA) 'Movement Follows Movement: Embodied Response to Movement in our Environment'
Monika Buscher (CeMoRe) 'NowHere wild: Studying interaction in motion'
12.45 - 1.45: Lunch
1.45 - 3.15 . Session 3: Communication, movement and conflict (Chair: )
Julia Gillen (Literacy Research Centre) 'The Edwardian postcard: a revolutionary moment'
Elisabeth Grindel (Sociology) 'Phone Home' - 'Skype' as the new medium'
Kim Kullman (Sociology) 'Childhood and traffic morality'
Nayanika Mookherjee (Sociology) 'Genocidal' Cosmopolitanisms'
3.15 - 3.30: Tea
3.30- 4.45. Session 4: Travel and tourism (Chair:)
James Faulconbridge, (Geography) and Jonathan Beaverstock, (Schools of Geography, University of Nottingham) 'Ecologies of International Business Travel: Examples' from the Professional Service Economy
Allison Hui (Sociology) 'Consuming spaces differently: mobilities, enthusiasts, memories, and ghosts'
Javier Caletrio (CeMoRe) "'De veraneo en la playa': belonging and the familiar in Mediterranean mass tourism"
4.45. Closing discussion
5.00. Research day ends
Who can attend: Internal
Associated staff: John Urry
Keywords: Geographical information systems, Globalisation & mobility, Mobilities, Research networks, Transportation, Travel
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