The conference is in the Lancaster House Hotel and the Lancaster Conference Centre (which are in the same building) on Lancaster University’s South West Campus. The address to put into your phone or Satnav is Green Ln, Bailrigg, Lancaster LA1 4GJ
Directions to travel to the University from Lancaster, Manchester Airport and other points in the country are here.
A map of the University is here (Lancaster House Hotel and Lancaster Conference centre are marked as LCC on the map and situated in South West Campus)
Please make sure you come to the registration desk as soon as you can.
The registration desk will be open from 10am on Friday and will be situated in the Bowland Suite Foyer of Lancaster House Hotel.
The Centre for Mobilities Research (Cemore), established in 2003, is a dynamic hub for interdisciplinary research on all things mobile. We develop leading social theory and combine it with grounded, policy-oriented empirical research and innovation. In our work with partners in diverse organisations, we develop transformative approaches to making mobile life sustainable into the long-term.
Inspired by the work of John Urry, Cemore brings together a flourishing transdisciplinary community of researchers, artists, designers and research ‘users’. We host intellectual debates amongst a 1000+ strong international network on our Cemore mailing list and website. We set up the journal Mobilities (Impact Factor:1.172), which is the main forum for mobilities research on a global level, and two book series – Changing Mobilities (Routledge) and Studies in Mobilities, Literature and Culture (Springer). Recent books by Cemore members include Cargo Mobilities (Birtchnell, Savitzky, Urry), Global Garbage (Lindner and Meissner), Drivetime: literary excursions in automotive consciousness (Pearce 2016), Transport Policy: Learning Lessons from History (Divall, Hine, Pooley 2016), What is the Future? (Urry 2016).
We warmly welcome you to Lancaster University and Lancaster. Please find Travel and Accommodation information here.