Mobilities – General Posts

Time as a Missing Element in Social Analysis

‘It is difficult to understand time.’ (Urry 2016: 65)   I find it fascinating that John Urry should make this statement in one of his last scholarly works after his long engagement with the challenge of addressing that difficulty. This is especially the case when he...

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Mobilities in EASST2018 Conference

On 25-28th July, the 2018 EASST conference will take place at Lancaster University in association with Lancaster's Centre for Science Studies and Sociology. Call for papers is currently now open and you can visit the conference site here. The theme of the conference...

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Welcoming our 2017-2018 Visiting Fellows

Cemore has an established tradition of offering fellowships to scholars external to the university and we are delighted to be able to formally announce the arrival of our most recent fellows for 2017-2018. We welcome them all to Lancaster and hope that they find their...

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Mobile Utopia Conference: Storify

Mobile Utopia Conference: Storify

Mobile Utopia Conference Storify Our Social Media Storify represents just one strand of the outcomes and reflections we are currently gathering from the Mobile Utopia conference held between 2nd- 5th Nov 2017 at Lancaster University. Follow the Mobile Utopia...

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Blood drone-topia?

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 on fieldwork,...

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