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Infrastructuring: Notes from Russia

Infrastructuring: Notes from Russia

I'm still inspired by the presentations and discussions at the Conference on Living Infrastructures: Beyond Global North and Global South, April 27-28, 2017, at Volgograd State University. Andrey Kuznetsov and his colleagues brought together researchers from across...

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Mobile Cultures of Disaster Video

Mobile Cultures of Disaster Video

I've returned inspired from the Mobile Cultures of Disaster Conference, 22 March - 24 March 2017 at the University of South Australia in Adelaide. Supported by the Japan Foundation, the Hawke Research Institute at the University of South Australia, the School of...

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Consumption and urban public space

Consumption and urban public space

The Cemore reading group will meet on Wednesday 10th May, 4-5 pm in Mobilities Lab to discuss: Prashan Ranasinghe. 2011. “Public Disorder and Its Relation to the Community-Civility-Consumption Triad: A Case Study on the Uses and Users of Contemporary Urban Public...

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CeMoRe Conference Launches New Book Series

CeMoRe Conference Launches New Book Series

Last month Lancaster University’s Centre for Mobilities Research hosted the inaugural conference of Palgrave Macmillan’s new book series, Mobilites, Literature, Culture.   The conference - which was organised by Lynne Pearce (from the Department of English and...

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Mobilities Equipment is Moving

Mobilities Equipment is Moving

The mobilities lab is moving over to a new online booking system for research equipment!  We are in the process of transferring to this system so please bear with us - we aim to keep all equipment available during this period. Equipment will be reserved and collected...

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Mobilising Data: isITethical? at PSCE 2017

Cemore's Monika Büscher and Malé Luján Escalante will take the game isITethical to the Public Safety Communications Europe Conference in Munich, 3-5 May 2017. Abstract IsITethical? The Board Game: experimenting with ethical impact assessment as creative collaborative...

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