Connecting Mobilities Research between the UK and South Korea

On the 3rd and 4th May, two of our CeMoRe directors Dr Nicola Spurling and Dr David Tyfield; CeMoRe PhD student Harriet Phipps, and two bursary winners Dr Simon Cook, Birmingham University and PhD student Nenna Orie Chuku, University College London visited Konkuk...

Webinar Recording: Setting an Agenda for Creative Practice in Mobilities Research

Dr Jen Southern (Lancaster University), Dr Kaya Barry (Griffith University), and Professor Peter Merriman (Aberystwyth University) How has art contributed to the emergence and establishment of mobilities research? How does mobilities research contribute to the arts...

20th Anniversary Colloquium: ECR Bursary Opportunity

CeMoRe is pleased to announce that it has funding for 4 travel + subsistence bursaries to enable PhD or ECRs to participate in a workshop.

‘Under the Weather’: Dr Stephanie Sodero’s webinar recording

Click on this blog post to view a full recoding of Dr Stephanie Sodero’s talk.

Connected Cumbria: Social Design and Business Podcast

This post shares a new podcast featuring Nasser Bahrami on the social, digital and physical mobilities.

Book Advertisement: Finding Home in Europe: Chronicles of Global Migrants

This is a guest post about a new book edited by Luis Eduardo Perez Murcia and Sara Bofanti. 50% discount included.

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.