Co-Producing Mobilities: negotiating geographical knowledge in a conference session on the move

S. Cook, A. Davidson, E. Stratford, J. Middleton, A. Plyushteva, H. Fitt, S. Cranston, P. Simpson, H. Delaney, K. Evans, A. Jones, Jonathan Edward Kershaw, N. Williams, D. Bissell, T. Duncan, F. Sengers, J. Elvy, C. Wilmott

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    In an experimental session entitled Co-Producing Mobilities held at the 2014 Royal Geographical Society-Institute of British Geographers Annual Conference, 20 mobility scholars travelled around London on foot, by bus and by Tube to investigate how mobilities could be considered co-produced. In this paper, 18 participants reflect on this collaborative experiment and on how it influenced their thinking about mobilities, geographical knowledge and pedagogy. Contributions cast light on the function of conferences and the multiple forms of pedagogy they enable, and provide guiding resources for those now wanting to continue such experiments.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)340-374
    JournalJournal of Geography in Higher Education
    Volume40
    Issue number3
    Early online date29 Feb 2016
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2016

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    Keywords

    • Mobility
    • knowledge co-production
    • pedagogy
    • transport
    • conference
    • London

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    Cook, S., Davidson, A., Stratford, E., Middleton, J., Plyushteva, A., Fitt, H., ... Wilmott, C. (2016). Co-Producing Mobilities: negotiating geographical knowledge in a conference session on the move. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 40(3), 340-374. https://doi.org/10.1080/03098265.2016.1141397

    Co-Producing Mobilities: negotiating geographical knowledge in a conference session on the move. / Cook, S.; Davidson, A.; Stratford, E.; Middleton, J.; Plyushteva, A.; Fitt, H.; Cranston, S.; Simpson, P.; Delaney, H.; Evans, K.; Jones, A.; Kershaw, Jonathan Edward; Williams, N.; Bissell, D.; Duncan, T.; Sengers, F.; Elvy, J.; Wilmott, C.

    In: Journal of Geography in Higher Education, Vol. 40, No. 3, 2016, p. 340-374.

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    Cook, S, Davidson, A, Stratford, E, Middleton, J, Plyushteva, A, Fitt, H, Cranston, S, Simpson, P, Delaney, H, Evans, K, Jones, A, Kershaw, JE, Williams, N, Bissell, D, Duncan, T, Sengers, F, Elvy, J & Wilmott, C 2016, 'Co-Producing Mobilities: negotiating geographical knowledge in a conference session on the move' Journal of Geography in Higher Education, vol. 40, no. 3, pp. 340-374. https://doi.org/10.1080/03098265.2016.1141397
    Cook, S. ; Davidson, A. ; Stratford, E. ; Middleton, J. ; Plyushteva, A. ; Fitt, H. ; Cranston, S. ; Simpson, P. ; Delaney, H. ; Evans, K. ; Jones, A. ; Kershaw, Jonathan Edward ; Williams, N. ; Bissell, D. ; Duncan, T. ; Sengers, F. ; Elvy, J. ; Wilmott, C. / Co-Producing Mobilities: negotiating geographical knowledge in a conference session on the move. In: Journal of Geography in Higher Education. 2016 ; Vol. 40, No. 3. pp. 340-374.
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