This is a new initiative to facilitate engagement with Cemore visitors and fellows, as well as researchers at Lancaster who study mobilities or use the mobilities paradigm. Mainly aimed at PhD students, but staff and visitors are more than welcome,  it is an opportunity for us to discuss ideas in progress, develop concepts, methodologies, collaborations, and get feedback from others. Sessions will be running from 10th October 2019 until the end of Lent term 2019 (22nd March 2019). The focus is on work in progress, and ongoing research. Participants will have the opportunity to present aspects of their work or their thinking  in a very friendly environment in order to get critical constructive feedback.

In each session, one person will present their work for up to 30 minutes followed by an hour of questions and discussion. All colloquium sessions will be held 2.30-4pm, in the Mobslab (B37, Bowland North, Lancaster University).

For more information, please message Jessie at cemore@lancaster.ac.uk. Unfortunately, all of our presentation spaces are now fully booked, but we look forward to seeing you there to support others’ research.

Please message Jessie at cemore@lancaster.ac.uk if you have any questions.

                                 Our Colloquiums Scheduled so far:

12th February 'Mobiles for Mobility- a Reflection and Proposal'

Noel Cass

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5th February ‘Becoming a Passenger’ data analyses vol.2.

Andrea Victoria Hernandez Bueno

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29th January: The Favoured Circle of Culture

Wescley Xavier

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15th January 'Consumption of Emotions in Couch-surfing Practises'

Yulia Golovanova

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4th December: The Favoured Circle of Culture

Wescley Xavier

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20th November: ‘Becoming a Passenger’

Andrea Victoria Hernandez Bueno

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10th October 'About Time: Changing mobilities and creative urbanism'

Monika Buscher

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Session Calendar:

10 October Monika Buscher ‘About Time: Changing mobilities and creative urbanism’

23 October Discussion of mobilities concepts

20 November Andrea Victoria Hernandez Bueno ‘Becoming a Passenger’

4 December Wescley Xavier ‘The Favoured Circle of Culture’

15 January Yulia Golovanova ‘Consumption of Emotions in Couch-surfing Practises’

29 January Wescley Xavier: “The Favoured Circle of Culture”

5 February Andrea Victoria Hernandez Bueno: ‘Becoming a Passenger’ data analyses vol.2.

12 February Noel Cass: ‘Mobiles for Mobility- a Reflection and Proposal’

26 February CeMoRe Showcase more info

12 March Peter Fuzesi more info soon!