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The York Management School's Management and Organisational History Research Cluster will be running a research seminar on 27 February entitled "Pacer Trains: The management history of an ironic design icon".

The speaker will Dr Kevin Tennent, Senior Lecturer, The York Management School.

Details:

1230-1400 Thursday 27th February

Room LMB/024, Heslington East Campus, University of York, YO10 5GB
Posted: January 28, 2020, 4:07 pm
Colleagues, the RAPID CITIES – RESPONSIVE ARCHITECTURES conference takes as its starting point the themes of EXPO that it coincides with, EXPO 2020 Dubai. It welcomes contributions from various disciplines, with a special strand on transport.
Apologies for cross posting.
Posted: January 28, 2020, 2:05 pm
Apologies for cross-posting
CfP for the 2020 RGS-IBG Conference, London, 1-4 September 2020.
Borders, Mobilities and Frictions
Session organisers: Debbie Hopkins & Tim Schwanen, University of Oxford

Borders and practices of bordering are undergoing substantive symbolical and material changes, at least in/around the UK (Hagen, 2018). The EU has a unique relationship with borders between individual countries; transport networks unite territories, and 'freedom of movement' enables frictionless bordering. The June 2016 UK Brexit campaign and referendum and subsequent negotiations have contributed to the construction of new boundaries and borders between (parts of) the UK and (parts of) the European Union [...]
Posted: January 28, 2020, 12:22 pm