Stephanie Sodero170

Stephanie Sodero

Postdoctoral Researcher - Crisis Mobilities

Lancaster University/University of British Columbia

Stephanie Sodero is a postdoctoral researcher in crisis mobilities at the Centre for Mobilities Research and the Liu Institute for Global Issues (University of British Columbia). She examines how humanitarian organziations are adapting logistics in response to climate change.

Stephanie has posted the following articles:

Blood drone-topia?

  by Stephanie Sodero … What might the movement of blood look like in the future? More specifically how might blood transfusion and drone technology — both war dividends — intersect (Sandvik & Lohne 2014)? Here I explore four scenarios based...

Mobile Futures Design Workshop: Disaster, Flooding, Disruption

How do we move vital goods in times of crisis? How do medical and rescue organizations move blood when and where needed? For three days this summer design students and staff from Aalborg University and Lancaster-based community partners – NHS Blood and Transplant,...

Taking out the trash

Picking Up is about the seemingly mundane and certainly smelly world of garbage collection in New York City. Author Robin Nagle is motivated by the question, “Who cleans up after us?” She works as an anthropologist-in-residence at the New York Department of Sanitation...

Friction – CeMoRe Reading Group

Mobilities Reading Group  Join us for a discussion this Wed Dec 14, 4-5pm (Mobilities Lab). Join in person or via skype.    Reading Friction: An Ethnography of Global Connection by Anna Tsing. (Just the introduction!) PDF Abstract Challenging the widespread view that...

Emergency Mobilities – CeMoRe Reading Group

Nov 23, 4-5pn, MobLab (B37) Adey, P. 2016. Emergency Mobilities. Mobilities 11(1): 32-48. PDF ABSTRACT This paper explores the relationship between mobilities and emergencies, two concepts that have shared little of the same space in research and critical debate....