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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.


Why have white supremacists and Black activists been so focused on Black mobility? From Plessy v. Ferguson to #DrivingWhileBlack, African Americans have fought for over a century to move freely around the United States. [...]

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Drawing on an innovative project exploring current mobility transition policies and practices in 14 countries around the world, including key institutions such as the European Union and the United Nations, this book provides a critique of current tra [...]

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The beginning of the 21st century has seen important shifts in mobility cultures around the world, as the West’s media-driven car culture has contrasted against existing local mobilities, from rickshaws in India and minibuses in Africa to cycling in [...]

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The beginning of the 21st century has seen important shifts in mobility cultures around the world, as the West’s media-driven car culture has contrasted against existing local mobilities, from rickshaws in India and minibuses in Africa to cycling in [...]

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The Freedom Riders Across Borders: Contentious Mobilities provides the first comprehensive transnational historical analysis of the Freedom Rides. [...]

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By introducing the new concept of alternative (im)mobilities, this collection draws attention to a different approach to mobility practices. [...]

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By introducing the new concept of alternative (im)mobilities, this collection draws attention to a different approach to mobility practices. [...]

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Ce numéro croise deux champs d’étude rarement articulés : celui des mobilités et celui des formes et des espaces de socialisation. [...]

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Since the earliest days of civilization, streets have played an important role in shaping society – but what is a street? [...]

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Les mobilités sont l'un des premiers facteurs d'émissions de gaz à effet de serre en France. La crise des Gilets jaunes a cependant montré que décarboner les mobilités nécessite de prendre en compte les différences de situations. [...]

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