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Gijs Mom

and redefinitions of what it means to be mobile, either in a bus, in a car, or on a bicycle, or through a cell phone, a game, or the Internet, or, for that matter, in just a dangerous situation, as the current issue will testify. These reformulations

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Eirini Kasioumi, Anna Plyushteva, Talya Zemach-Bersin, Kathleen F. Oswald, Molly Sauter, Alexandra Ganser, Mustafa Ahmed Khan, Natasha Raheja, Harry Oosterhuis, and Benjamin Fraser

Margaret Guroff, The Mechanical Horse: How the Bicycle Reshaped American Life (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2016), 295 pp., 10 black-and-white photographs, 5 black-and-white illustrations, $17.95 (paperback) Melody L. Hoffmann, Bike Lanes Are

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Michael K. Bess, David Lipset, Kudzai Matereke, Stève Bernardin, Katharine Bartsch, Harry Oosterhuis, Samuel Müller, Frank Schipper, Benjamin D’Harlingue, and Katherine Roeder

developing underground mobility in Rome (263). The chapters of the fourth part of the book focus on interest groups. Wulf-hard Stahl insists on some tensions within an intellectual elite regarding the status of bicycles in the public space in Germany around

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Beth Gutelius, Janet Gibson, Dhan Zunino Singh, Steven J. Gold, Alexandra Portmann, Peter Cox, Rudi Volti, Adrian Drummond-Cole, and Steven D. Spalding

by a chapter on recycling bicycles. The book is designed to prompt reassessment of the often linear assumptions present in conceptualizing sustainability and to alert the reader to the importance of technologies and technical processes involved in

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Ten Years of Transfers

Mobility Studies and Social Change during a Pandemic

Mimi Sheller

in many major cities, bringing a sudden clearing of air pollution and seldom-seen blue skies around the world, along with a new flow of bicycles onto the streets of many cities. In Nature Climate Change , Corinne Le Quéré and colleagues find that

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Editorial

Gijs Mom and Georgine Clarsen

with containers), aviation, and general transport. Articles on railways, walking, and bicycling were not represented last year. But what is most important is that we had four articles (nearly a quarter of all published) dealing with “mobility writ large

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Gijs Mom and Georgine Clarsen

passenger car driven by private benefactors (whom the media routinely called “smugglers”), they were joined by fellow refugees who managed to cross the border between Russia and Norway on bicycles, literally using a loophole in local transborder rules. When

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Theorizing Mobility Transitions

An Interdisciplinary Conversation

Cristina Temenos, Anna Nikolaeva, Tim Schwanen, Tim Cresswell, Frans Sengers, Matt Watson, and Mimi Sheller

practice. In talking or thinking of it, we know the elements that constitute it as a practice: the materials including technologies like bicycles, accessories, road signs; the competences and ways of using the body; the social meanings, norms, and rules

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Vistas of Future New Mobility Studies

Transfers and Transformations

Georgine Clarsen, Peter Merriman, and Mimi Sheller

contributions from academic and nonacademic writers across the globe. We have experimented with redefinitions of what it means to be mobile—on a bus, a car, a ship, an airplane, a bicycle (or all of them); in a house; through a virus, a cell phone, or a game; on

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Mobilities and the Multinatural

A Test Case in India

Thomas Birtchnell

) and their owners, langur wallahs—who carry them on bicycles—deter the macaques. Otherwise the monkeys raid food cupboards, shred paper files, and even bite bureaucrats: in one case, a deputy mayor even fell to his death after an attack. 16 The