Abstracts – Cycling & Society / ECF Scientists for Cycling

Method in the madness – autoethnography against automobility The Advocacy and Academia exchange day in Newcastle, UK, in 2015, resolved that story telling is a vital tool to advancing the cause of urban mass cycling. In my presentation I ask: “How well is academia equipped to create narratives that matter?” I will report about the… Read More Abstracts – Cycling & Society / ECF Scientists for Cycling


Submitted 5 February 2018 for consideration at 2018 The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) Annual International Conference at Cardiff University, from Tuesday 28 to Friday 31 August 2018. The chair’s theme for the 2018 Annual Conference is Geographical landscapes / changing landscapes of geography – subset: empirical or conceptual papers on cycling inequalities, justice, power relations… Read More Abstracts