Ethnographies of Cycling
Wednesday 16 December 2009
Lancaster Environment Centre
Like all modes of mobility, cycling is cultural through and through. One important way of getting to grips with the cultures existing around cycling is ethnography. This workshop aims to bring together cycling researchers, ethnographers and anyone interested in developing or using new understandings of cycling. It will explore the ways in which ethnographic research might contribute to our knowledge about cycling. The day will introduce and explain ethnography, and will include presentations by people who have done ethnographic research into cycling, as well as discussions around the potential for ethnographic research to contribute further to knowledge of cycling.
This workshop is being organized by CeMoRe and the Understanding Walking & Cycling team.