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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.


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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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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Urban Mobilities in Literature and Art Activism explores the entwinement of mobility and immobility in urban spaces by focusing on their representation in literary narratives but also in visual and performing arts. [...]

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The home has been on the forefront of rapid economic, political, social, and technological transformations for many individuals and families across the world. [...]

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There are few places where mobility has shaped identity as widely as the American West, but some locations and populations sit at its major crossroads, maintaining control over place and mobility, labor and race. [...]

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This surprising global history of an indispensable document reveals how the passport has shaped art, thought, and human experience while helping to define the modern world. In License to Travel, Patrick Bixby takes the reader on a captivating jour [...]

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In this thought-provoking book, Aharon Kellerman presents a wide-ranging understanding of personal mobilities; the mobilities which individuals initiate, direct, and operate physically and virtually and which constitute an expression of personal auto [...]

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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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