Vistas of future new mobility studies transfers and transformations

Georgine Clarsen*, Peter Merriman, Mimi Sheller

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With our eighth volume of this journal, the Transfers editorial team celebrates our achievements under our outgoing editor, Gijs Mom. Th is article outlines our priorities under our new editor, Dagmar Schäfer, and reaffirms our commitment to the burgeoning field of new mobility studies. The presentations by Mimi Sheller and Peter Merriman, fellow members of the editorial team, at our journal's panel at the recent T2M conference, "Vistas of Future Mobility Studies: Transfers and Transformations" is summed up for the convenience of those who were not able to attend. Th is journal will continue to encourage and publish work that places mobilities at the center of our scholarship, with special emphasis on the humanities. Our commitment is to good, innovative, activist scholarship that can help us move toward alternative mobility futures.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)112-117
Number of pages6
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 01 Mar 2018


  • Activist scholarship
  • Alternative mobility futures
  • Critical mobility studies
  • New mobility studies
  • Transdisciplinary mobility studies


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