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  • | 3 National University of Quilmes
  • | 4 Michigan State University
  • | 5 Queen Mary University of London
  • | 6 University of Chester
  • | 7 Pitzer College
  • | 8 University of California, Santa Cruz
  • | 9 United States Naval Academy
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Contributor Notes

Beth Gutelius, PhD, is Senior Research Associate at the Great Cities Institute, University of Illinois at Chicago, and a research and policy consultant. Her dissertation examined restructuring in Chicago’s warehouse and distribution industry. E-mail:

Janet Gibson holds a PhD in performance studies from Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia. Her research interests lie at the nexus of age, dementia, and critical disability studies in relation to performance. E-mail:

Dhan Zunino Singh is a sociologist (University of Buenos Aires) with a PhD in history (University of London). He works as a research assistant at CONICET, National University of Quilmes (Argentina). E-mail:

Steven J. Gold is a professor in the Department of Sociology at Michigan State University. His interests include international migration, immigrant entrepreneurship, social conflict, and qualitative methods. E-mail:

Alexandra Portmann is a postdoctoral research fellow at Queen Mary London and Ludwig Maximilians-Universität Munich (founded bySNSF). She is the author of The Time Is Out of Joint: Shakespeares Hamlet in den Ländern des ehemaligen Jugoslawien (Chronos, 2016). E-mail:

Peter Cox is Senior Lecturer in sociology and politics at the University of Chester. He teaches courses on the politics of sustainability and is widely published in the sociology of cycling. His next book, Cycling: A Sociology of Velo-Mobility, is due to be published in 2018. E-mail:

Rudi Volti is Emeritus Professor of sociology at Pitzer College. The eighth edition of his textbook Society and Technological Change was published by Worth this year. E-mail:

Adrian Drummond-Cole is a PhD student in the history of consciousness at the University of California, Santa Cruz. He researches infrastructure and logistics in California’s Central Valley. E-mail:

Steven D. Spalding writes about French cultural studies, mobility studies, and urban studies. He is Assistant Professor of French at the United States Naval Academy. E-mail:


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