Sam Thulin170

Sam Thulin

Post Doctoral Researcher - Cemore

Lancaster University

Sam Thulin was a Post-doctoral researcher at the Centre for Mobilities Research between 2014 - 2016. His research into situated composition and locative audio culminated in a series of workshops and publications. During his time here he ran our reading groups and also helped organise many events, one of which was his workshop titled Situated Compositions. You can find the instant journal for this event at the link below:

Sam has posted the following articles:

4 May 2016 Mobilities Reading

“The online use of Violence and Journey metaphors by patients with cancer, as compared with health professionals: a mixed methods study” by Elena Semino et al. 4-5PM, Bowland North B37 (Mobilities Lab). Elena will join us to participate in discussion of...

6 April 2016 Mobilities Reading

“Future Perfect: Retheorising Utopia”, Ch. 8 from Ruth Levitas’ The Concept of Utopia, 4-5PM, Bowland North B37 (Mobilities Lab). The second reading of our Utopia-themed mobilities meetings. Thanks to Richard Tutton for the suggestion! Everyone is...

23 March 2016 Mobilities Reading

“Geolocation and Video Ethnography: Capturing Mobile Internet Used by a Commuter” by Voilmy, Smoreda & Ziemlicki, 4-5PM, Bowland North B37 (Mobilities Lab). Thanks to Visiting PhD Zofia Bednarowska for the suggestion. Everyone is invited to attend and...

Thomas More’s Utopia

Thomas More’s Utopia will be discussed at this joint ISF/Mobilities Reading Group, 4-5PM, FASS Building, Meeting Room 1. Everyone is invited to attend and join in the discussion! The book is available in various formats...