Moving Together: conference at Durham

Details of a conference at Durham in May

Readers of this blog might be interested in the upcoming conference at Durham, featuring the always brilliant Debbie Lisle as keynote speaker.
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POSTGRADUATE CONFERENCE CALL FOR PAPERS
 

Moving Together – Exploring the nexus between disparate approaches to movement


Wednesday, 4th of May 2016

Department of Geography, Durham University, UK

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: DR. DEBBIE LISLE, QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY, BELFAST  (Title TBC)

Submission deadline: 19th February 2016
 
Recent years have seen an upsurge in research that engages with the complexities of different kinds of movements. From bodies to borders, oceans to air, and data to social movements, scholars in and across the arts, humanities and social sciences are privileging the paradigm of movement to make sense of mobile things and beings in contemporary life. This broad collection of works has been characterised by explorations of movements across a range of dimensions, in particular the spatial (volumetric, virtual, relational), the temporal, and the ontological…

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