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Discover recently published works on mobility. To inform us of a new publication in French, please contact Thomas Evariste. For publications in English, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese, please contact Javier Caletrío.


One third of people living in the United States do not have a driver license. [...]

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Exploring different dimensions of the intersection of migration and tourism in the Mediterranean, this book is the result of extensive ethnographic research carried out over a decade in the Mediterranean region. [...]

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Contemporary screen industries such as film and television have become primary sites for visualizing borders, migration, maps, and travel as processes of separation and dislocation, but also connection. [...]

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In 2006 Abu Dhabi launched an ambitious project to construct the world’s first zero-carbon city: Masdar City. [...]

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Accounts of corruption in Africa and the Global South are generally overly simplistic and macro-oriented, and commonly disconnect everyday (petty) corruption from political (grand) corruption. [...]

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The digitalization of work processes and the generalization of IT are creating unprecedented opportunities. [...]

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This book presents an in-depth phenomenological and deconstructive analysis of the automobility imaginary, which is none other than the mundane automobility reality within which we dwell in everyday life. [...]

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Urban planners in developed countries are increasingly recognizing the need for closer integration of land use and transport. [...]

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This open access book provides insight on how the tactical urbanism has the capacity to influence change in mobility practices such as cycling. [...]

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An ethnographic rendering of overseas students’ fraught encounters studying at an American public university. As states have reduced funding to public universities, many of those institutions have turned to overseas students as a vital, alternati [...]

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