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Disorientating Responsibly: Reflections from ‘Thinking on the Move’ with Blindfolded Walkers

Harshadha Balasubramanian We made our way down a busy street in East London, processing in pairs, with one member of each pair wearing a blindfold. Every blindfolded walker held the elbow of their partner who, through this physical contact, could serve as a guide. This was the walk I delivered at The Sociological Review’s 2019 […]

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Decomposing and recomposing through street-walking

Sinead Marian D’Silva As I scout for apartments in the ridiculous housing situation in Lisbon, I find myself confronting the awkward layering of the city. Involuntarily I amuse myself by observing the surroundings. At some places the pavements are narrow, while others wider than the road. This is relevant to an avenue I will now […]

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Reggae Walk Playlist

Listen to the playlist compiled by Profs Lez Henry and Les Back to accompany their Reggae walk at the Thinking On The Move conference.

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“Do you just want to walk around?”

Unsettling Early Childhood Education and Care classrooms: Ecological relations, professionals and more-than-human subjectivities.

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Thinking on the Move: The Possibilities and Problems of Walking Sociologically

The Sociological Review is delighted to bring you a 2-day walking conference organised by Emma Jackson, Mark Carrigan and Les Back.

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Pedestrian Speculators: Methods for Reimagining Financialization Together, on Foot?

By Aris Komporozos-Athanasiou and Max Haiven On a beautiful Saturday in April, about 40 people walked through the eerily quiet streets of the City of London to learn, together, about financialization in one of its global epicentres. We (Max Haiven and Aris Komporozos-Athanasiou) organized the walk, and solicited the 15 speakers who at various locations gave short […]

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