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Emplacing Students through Everyday Mobilities

From Practice to Theory

Bradley Rink

Mobilities Pedagogy and Epistemic Disobedience We all “live” mobilities, but how do we go about teaching about them in socially just 1 and pedagogically sound ways? This has been the subject of my reflections on teaching practice since 2017

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Healthy Mobilities

Sarah L. Bell and Simon Cook

Mobilities and Health Intersections between health and mobility are significant, complex, and life-changing. Since Gatrell's 1 observations that “[c]onnections between the literatures on mobilities and wellbeing have, in general, been

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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

Introduction ( Cristina Temenos and Anna Nikolaeva ) How people will move, en masse and individually, is a key question facing a transition to a post- or low-carbon future. While measures seeking to reduce mobility-related emissions are

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Absence, Presence, and Mobility

A Landscape Approach to an Unfinished Tram Project

Tauri Tuvikene

Landscape—a concept that is at once both a thing and its description 1 —seems to remain static in studies. 2 Perhaps this perception can account for why mobility studies have dealt with landscapes rather infrequently. 3 The journal Mobilities

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Youth and Alternative Sporting (Im)mobilities in Disrupted and Conflicted Spaces

Holly Thorpe

consequences of such tragedies on individuals, families, and communities. 3 Over the past decade, mobilities researchers have contributed to this scholarship by examining the (im)mobilities and migration patterns of those directly and indirectly affected by

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What If? / What Now?

“Futuring” Mobilities Research by Engaging with Design

Ole B. Jensen

Since the academic world was stunned by the announcement of the untimely passing of John Urry in 2016, many discussions of his legacy have taken place. One such case was the book Mobilities and Complexities , 1 in which more than thirty

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Ceasing Fire and Seizing Time

LA Gang Tours and the White Control of Mobility

Sarah Sharma and Armonds R. Towns

production of race as it is tied to mobility in the United States. We shift the focus, then, to consider not the exploitative tourist gaze but the moment of the bus’s arrival in the neighborhood and the power it exerts in transforming the spatial and temporal

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Understanding Mobilities in a Dangerous World

Gail Adams-Hutcheson, Holly Thorpe, and Catharine Coleborne

caused millions of refugees to travel long distances in search of a safe place to call “home.” The Syrian refugee crisis in particular has ignited the fear of the figure of the refugee and the impact of their mobilities on host nations. 1 Politically

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Mobility Edges

Reworking the Politics of Mobilities

Joris Schapendonk and Mirjam Wajsberg

research on European mobility of “migranticized individuals.” 1 In this scene, the bridge (in the Danish-German borderland) is a liminal space—an edge—in which everyday mobility transformed into a highly politicized act of illegalized migration. If the man

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Exploring Humanistic Layers of Urban Travel

Representation, Imagination, and Speculation

Jooyoung Kim, Taehee Kim, Jinhyoung Lee, and Inseop Shin

Mobility Humanities and Urban Travel This think piece approaches the issue of urban travel from a mobility humanities perspective, taking the example of Seoul, South Korea, one of the leading metropolises in Asia. Through the lens of Seoul, we