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Retrouvez dans cette rubrique les ouvrages parus récemment sur la mobilité. Pour nous signaler la parution de livres francophones, merci de contacter Thomas Evariste, pour les livres anglophones, hispanophones ou lusophones merci de contacter Javier Caletrio.


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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Supplies new evidence about the mobility of non-elite men and women in the nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries Contributes to research in social history, sociology, geography, anthropology, history, and literature Includes exte [...]

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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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Humans and human mobility, including driving and flying, are entangled with the climate emergency. Fossil-fuelled mobility worsens severe weather, and in turn, severe weather disrupts human mobility. [...]

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Description Taking a critical approach to the air passenger experience, this book considers the representations, embodied practices and materialities of air travel. [...]

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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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Cette synthèse sur l’histoire des mobilités et des transports en France, du xixe siècle à nos jours donnent des repères historiques clairs sur l’évolution des déplacements, de leurs moyens et de leurs enjeux. [...]

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Archival research into policing and surveillance of migrant women illuminates pressing contemporary issues. Examining little-known policing archives in France, Senegal, and Cambodia, Jennifer Anne Boittin unearths the stories of hundreds of women [...]

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Ce qui n’était jusqu’à récemment qu’une hypothèse est désormais confirmé par la recherche et observable dans nos vies quotidiennes : en matière de mobilité, nous savons qu’un monde prisonnier des déplacements, des transports et de l’automobile ne ser [...]

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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 with existing local mobilities, from rickshaws in India and minibuses in Africa to cycling in Chi [...]

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