Living Mobilities: Pathways, Directions and Policies International and Interdisciplinary Seminar 29 – 30 november 2018 | Universidade de Évora
Please consider the opportunity to participate in the seminar:
Living Mobilities: Pathways, Directions and Policies
International and Interdisciplinary Seminar
29 – 30 november 2018 | Universidade de Évora
‘Living Mobilities’ seminar is an opportunity to bring together researchers from diverse scientific fields, policy-makers and other professionals, as well as representatives of the civil society, artists and creators, who help to think, plan and to deepen theoretical, methodological and social intervention approaches raised by old and new challenges imposed by contemporary mobilities.
Find out more about the seminar on the official website.
The proposed topics for the organization of the sessions are as follows, but proposals on other topics are accepted.
> Mobilities, transports, modes and lifestyle
> Planning mobility: paradigms and methodology
> Infrastructures, accessibility and inequalities
> Drawn mobilities: Sketches, Maps, GPSs and APPs
> Technology, cybercity and mobility
> Speed, technology and transports
> Mobility, times and gender
> Transports, mobility and environment
> Mobility, times and tourism
> Mobility and/with scale: from local to glocal
> Circuits, times and paths
> Mobility, inequality and power
> Mobility, surveillance and security
> Mobility, routines and everyday life
> Mobility, temporality, distance and ritual
> Virtual mobilities, networks and technology
> Mobility, body and well-being
> The narrated mobility, lifestyles and the other: guides, Youtubers and Insta stories
> Fast, slow, clean, smooth and other adjectives for mobilities
> Deconstructing mobilities: sedentary lifestyle, immobilism and fixism
Deadline for submissions: 05-09-2018
Deadline for confirmation of acceptance: 17-09-2018
Sending draft paper: 02-11-2018
Communication on acceptance of the paper for publication: t.b.a.
Final paper submission (for publication): t.b.a.
With best regards,