CeMoRe Winter Webinar: Dr Andrew Baldwin on ‘The Other of Climate Change’

This blog post contains a recording of the winter webinar.

Guest Post: Street Haunting in Lancaster, A walking historian’s visit to CeMoRe and surroundings

In this blog post written by Tiina Männistö-Funk, Tiina talks about her experience of Lancaster.

Colin Pooley’s New Book: Everyday Mobilities in Nineteeth- and Twentieth-Century British Diaries

We are delighted to announce the publication of Colin Pooley’s most recent book, co-authored with Marilyn Pooley.


This post discusses the highlights of our recent Visiting Scholars Workshop at CeMoRe.

John Urry Annual Memorial Lecture 2022: Rethinking Landscape and Materiality

In this post we provide a recording of Professor Tim Edensor’s lecture.

Dr. Satya Savitzky 1980-2022

We are very sorry to announce that Dr Satya Satvizky – an active member of CeMoRe for many years - passed away last month.  He was working at the Marine Governance group at the interdisciplinary Helmholtz Institute for Functional Marine Biodiversity (HIFMB) in...

CeMoRe Celebrates 20th Anniversary: Programme of Events

The academic year 2022/23 marks the twentieth anniversary of CeMoRe. We are excited to announce a programme of events for the upcoming year.

CeMoRe Welcomes Dr. Luciana Barbosa

In this post, new sociology lecturer and member of our Lancaster CeMoRe Team, Dr. Luciana Barbosa introduces herself and her research.

Mobility and Humanities PhD Summer School 2022

Three of our Lancaster postgraduates talk about their experiences of the Mobility and Humanities summer school at the University of Padua co-organised by CeMoRe (Lancaster University) and MoHu (University of Padua).

Mobilities: August 2022 Volume. 17 Issue 4

The Editors are pleased to announce the latest edition of Mobilities.

CeMoRe logolimate Emergency Mobilities Research

CeMoRe is making the climate emergency its research focus from 2020-2025, recognizing that mobilities of every kind of scale are integral to the climate emergency and hold the greatest promise for transformation. Read our Manifesto statement and register your interest if you want to be kept in touch with this initiative.

CeMoRe – The Centre for Mobilities Research

CeMoRe initiated the new mobilities paradigm in the social sciences, arts, humanities and sciences. This encompasses the analysis of global, national and local movements and immobilities of people, objects, capital, information, knowledge and material things which combine to engender the economic and social patterning of life. It was the first such centre, founded in 2003 by John Urry and Mimi Sheller, and continues to be at the heart of this burgeoning global field.