The 10th Year Anniversary conference at the Center for Mobilities and Urban Studies (C-MUS) take on the pertinent themes of power, empowerment, and mobilities.
Wherever we face mobilities we also face questions of power, stratification, social differentiation, social exclusion, and immobilities. Contemporary mobilities and their infrastructural landscapes filter, channel, and sort the movement of citizen groups according to various underpinning rationalities of inclusion and exclusion. Moreover, the infrastructural landscapes bring unforeseen effects, disrupted mobilities, and fragile and fragmented outcomes as well. At times such selection leans on technical skills, at other times on embodied capacities, and yet other connects to (economic) resources.