Moving EVs beyond automobility culture

Electric Vehicles (EVs) which mimic the current car-based system, are not the answer to the epochal challenge of decarbonising transport. In his mobility justice critique of EV, Henderson[i] highlights three reasons for this: EVs perpetuate a broken car-based mobility...

CeMoRe’s Associate Director, Carlos López Galviz, to lead prestigious international association

  CeMoRe is very proud to share that one of our Associate Directors, Dr Carlos López Galviz, also a Senior Lecturer in Lancaster’s Institute for the Contemporary Arts has been elected as the new President of T2M, the International Association for the History of...

CeMoRe’s 5 Year Programme to Address the Climate Emergency

  The movement of people, materials, information and capital pose the greatest carbon challenge but hold the greatest promise for avoiding catastrophic climate change. This will be the key focus for Lancaster University’s internationally renowned Centre for...

Mobilities: october 2020

Mobilities: October 2020 Volume 15 Issue 5   Introduction: On time. Temporal and normative orderings of mobilities – Open AccessClaudio Coletta, Tobias Röhl, Susann Wagenknecht Practices of Waiting: Dramatized Timing within Air TravelLarissa Schindler Follow the...

CeMoRe Mobile Kitchenette

The first get together of CeMoRe's new online group critique, coffee and informal chat session for staff and PhD students, the CeMoRe Mobile Kitchenette will take place on Weds 9th Dec 2020 11.00-11.45. In these uncertain times we are missing out on the usual...

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THE CENTRE FOR MOBILITIES RESEARCH

Cemore initiated the new mobilities paradigm in the social sciences, arts, humanities and sciences. 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. Mobilities research develops a deeper and broader understanding of contemporary challenges through social science as a transdisciplinary endeavour.  It encompasses the analysis of the global, national and local movements of people, objects, capital, information and material things combining together to engender the economic and social patterning of life. From 2020-2025 the Centre is focussed on extending and developing these unique perspectives to address the climate emergency.

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