Joe Deville170

Joe Deville

Lecturer - Organization, Work and Technology & Sociology

Lancaster University

Joe Deville is a Lecturer in Mobile Work, based jointly in the Department of Organisation, Work and Technology and the Department of Sociology. He is a co-director of the Centre for Mobilities Research, an Associate of both the Data Science Institute and the Institute for Social Futures, an editor and co-founder of the Charisma Network, and an editor at Journal of Cultural Economy.

Joe has posted the following articles:

CFP: Unruly Landscapes, June 18-19, ONLINE

A Colloquium Co-hosted by CeMoRe (Lancaster) and the Centre for Advanced Studies in Mobility Humanities (University of Padua) June 18-19 2020, Lancaster House Hotel, Lancaster University, UK Call for Papers While the vast numbers of publications dedicated to the study...

The politics of debt and mobilities research

In this post, Benjamin Schwarz, a visitor to Cemore, presents part of what he worked on during his research stay, a part of his PhD project on the everyday narratives of people struggling with debt. The post focuses on an analysis of the politics of debt in Denmark lived through as a cleansing procedure.

The Potential Implications of a Cashless Society

Joe Deville recently featured as an interviewee in Future Tense, a podcast and radio programme produced by the ABC, on the potential implications of a cashless society. Listen here>>  “Most people these days use a mix of cash and digital payment options....

Data Publics conference: final report

The Data Publics conference ran over three days, from 31st March to 2nd April 2017 at LICA, Lancaster University.   It was supported by Cemore, alongside funding and support from a range of other partners, including the Digital Economy Network and the Data...

Difference and Repetition

Cemore Reading Group, Wednesday February 1st, 4-5pm, Bowland North B37 (Mobilities Lab). The Cemore reading group will next meet to discuss the Introduction to Gilles Deleuze’s Difference and Repetition (London: Continuum Books, 2004 [1968], pp. 1-37). It will...