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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

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Book Reviews

Robert Bork and Andrea Kann, eds., The Art, Science, and Technology of Medieval Travel (2008) Reviewed by Felipe Fernández-Armesto

Diane Fortenberry and Deborah Manley eds., Saddling the Dogs: Journeys through Egypt and the Near East (2009) Reviewed by Naghmeh Sohrabi

Hagen Schulz-Forberg, London-Berlin: Authenticity, Modernity, and the Metropolis in Urban Travel Writing from 1851 to 1939 (2006) Reviewed by Andrew S. Gross

Kathleen Barry, Femininity in Flight: A History of Flight Attendants (2007) Reviewed by Judith Adler

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Stéphanie Ponsavady

identity. The Ideas in Motion section features a think piece entitled “Exploring Humanistic Layers of Urban Travel: Representation, Imagination, and Speculation,” which explores different modes of interpretation of urban mobility in the context of Seoul

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Novel Reviews

Anna-Leena Toivanen and Joanna E. Taylor

conveys the protagonist's simultaneous desperation and stubborn determination as she tries to navigate the postcolonial metropolis. She has everything to learn about urban travel, starting from how to purchase tickets to how to read the underground map

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Unruly Tramscapes

Literary Mobilities and 1930s London Tramway Closure Events

Jason Finch

-writing in mobility studies: Colin Pooley, “Travelling Through the City: Using Life Writing to Explore Individual Experiences of Urban Travel c1840–1940,” Mobilities 12, no. 4 (2017): 598–609, ; “Walking Spaces

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The Transformation of Urban Mobility Practices in Maastricht (1950–1980)

Coevolution of Cycling and Car Mobility

Marc Dijk, Anique Hommels, and Manuel Stoffers

, combined with the findings of the analysis of written sources. Section 5 concludes by answering our research questions on coevolution and transformation. Section 2: Conceptual Approach How did the shift from cycling as the main way of urban