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Video: Transitions toward low carbon mobilities

This video presents some early through arising from a two year project funded by the Mobile Lives Forum spanning 14 countries focussed on policies and practices of mobility transition. The discussion draws on the work of a team of seven … Continue reading

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Space, Place, and Geographic Thinking in the Humanities (video)

This is a video of a talk I gave at an event co-organized by Matt Wilson which took place at Harvard a while back… part of a long and concerted effort to talk about geography as much as possible at … Continue reading

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Black Moves

Black Moves (This an extended version of an essay that appears in the journal Transfers Tim Cresswell (2016) ‘Black Moves: Moments in the History of African American Masculine Mobilities’ Transfers 6/1: 12-25) Photo. Scott Olson/Getty Images   One of the most striking images of … Continue reading

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GeoHumanities: Press Release

Actual material copies of the first issue of GeoHumanities exist and the first issue is available on line as open access. I think it is a wonderful collection that brings something quite different to the table for our conversations across … Continue reading

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City Break (Tim Cresswell)

Originally posted on Paulo Jorge Vieira:
City Break        The smart hotel in Lisbon               we ran to in foreign rain,                child-­free and eager,                      touching…

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Cover for “Fence”.

Always a point where a book becomes more real…a peek at the cover. Here is the beautiful cover for my poetry sequence Fence to be published in October complete with some kind words from various literary heroes of mine.

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Periodizing Mobilities and Scales of Transition

By Tim Cresswell A Guardian report on April 30th 2015 suggested that the US, UK and other advanced economies might have reached or passed their point of peak car use.[1] The economic crash of 2008 meant that car traffic, growing … Continue reading

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