The Global Mobilities Network brings together the worldwide community of mobilities researchers, activists and their partners in industry, policy and communities to develop the analytical and methodological purchase of the mobilities paradigm, and its impact for research co-creation.
Across the world, small and large local, regional and institutional mobilities networks and centres have been key to developing mobilities research into the intellectual force that it now is. The Global Mobilities Network brings these mobilities networks together to provide a platform for exchange and collaboration amongst this growing global mobilities community. Read More>>
- Call for contributions: proposed Journal of Transport Geography Special Issue “Geographies of bike-sharing and emerging forms of shared micro-mobility”
- 4th Biannual Conference Social Sciences & Health Innovations: Multiplicities, May 23-25, 2019, Tomsk, Russia.
- NEW Call for Papers on the theme of ‘Critical Thinking in Tourism Studies’ for Tourism, Culture and Communication
- PhD student applicants for: The Department of Science & Technology Studies at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI)
- Funded PhD opportunity at the University of Brighton: Generational re/imaginings of automobile futures in transport industry and policy and in everyday mobilities
- New from Routledge: Education and the ‘mobility turn’ edited by Kalervo Gulson and Colin Symes
- John Scholes Transport History Prize Competition for 2019
- New Online Resource: Migrant Working Lives website
- Call for Papers: Experimental Museology: Institutions, Representations, Users
We’re based at the Centre for Mobilities Research at Lancaster University, however, in partnership with Aalborg University, we are incredibly proud that our network has stretched to over 1,000 individuals across over 28 countries in over 40 mobilities-related centres. Browse through using the map below. Click on a pin to learn more about that location.
We’re searching for as many new members as possible to help widen and strengthen our network’s connections. Please visit the joining page for more information. Joining will automatically subscribe you to our global mailing list, which you are free to unsubscribe from at any point by visiting the unsubscribe page. This world-wide list is maintained by Jessie Carbutt, CeMoRe Administrator, Department of Sociology, Lancaster University, UK firstname.lastname@example.org. Please message her for more information or if you would like to post to the list.
Adding Your Group, Centre or Network
If you would like to add your group, centre or network to the Global Mobilities Network, then please message Jessie Carbutt with the following to email@example.com:
- The name of your group/ centre/ network
- A summary of the mobilities research conducted there
- A list of keywords
- A URL link
- A logo (if you have one)
- Any other information you would like publishing/sharing on the GMN website (upcoming events, CfPs, job opportunities, news etc).
We’re offering GMN members the opportunity to promote and share all the most recent mobilities-related news with the community that we have begun to form in this space.
GMN is a space where members can take control, publishing, posting, advertising and sharing information using their own accounts. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to add content.
We welcome information on:
- upcoming events
- calls for papers
- new mobilities centres/ points of contact
- book series
- other mobilities-related news
Additionally, to help the network grow, please keep sharing the GMN with others who might be interested in joining.
Thank you as always.
The GMN team.
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Contact us: email@example.com
Centre for Mobilities Research
Lancaster University,United Kingdom