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T2M Yearbook 2009

Gijs Mom / Gordon Pirie / Laurent Tissot (eds): Mobility in History. The State of the Art in the History of Transport, Traffic and Mobility For decades scholars in diverse fields have examined problems in the history of mobility. Their diversity was their strength but also their limitation, as disciplinary boundaries impeded the exchange of […]

T2M Yearbook 2011

Gijs Mom / (eds): Mobility in History. Themes in Transport. In its second Yearbook, the International Association for the History of Transport, Traffic and Mobility (T2M) has brought together 28 scholars from eleven countries on four continents to review recent scholarship on mobility in history. Besides reviews of research in diverse countries, this edition brings […]

T2M Yearbook 2012

Peter Norton, Gijs Mom, Liz Millward and Mathieu Flonneau (eds.): Mobility in History. Reviews and Reflections. The present volume includes articles reviewing scholarship from four countries not represented in previous Yearbooks (Colombia, France, Portugal and Sweden) and a new thematic article (on car sounds). Following a precedent established last year, this volume offers readers a […]

T2M Yearbook – Mobility in History Archive

Since 2003, T²M has fostered a new interdisciplinary vitality in the now-flourishing study of the History of Mobility.  In its Yearbook, Mobility in History, T²M surveys these developments in the form of a comprehensive state-of-the-art review of research in the field, presenting synopses of recent research, international reviews of research across many countries, thematic reviews, and retrospective […]

T2M Summer School

Participants at the T2M International Summer School 2011 Baibarac Corelia (ROM, IRE) Trinity College Dublin, Ireland Le Bris, Jessica (GER/FR) Tübingen, Germany Chen,  Fu-Chia (UK) University of York, U.K. Denning, Andrew (USA)    University of California, Davis, USA Errazuriz, Tomas (CHIL)    Universidad Católica de Chile Faye, Papa Elimane (SEN, JAP)    Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan Filter , […]

T2M Summer School

Call for Applications for the T2M International Summer School “The Passenger: Mobility in Modernity” Berlin, Germany, 30th September- 6th October 2011 The International Association for the History of Transport, Traffic and Mobility (T2M) invites applications for the first T2M International Summer School, The Passenger: Mobility in Modernity, to be held in Berlin, Germany. The School […]

T2M Flyers

Current Flyer: Archived Flyers: T2M Folder for institutional membership About T2M_2014 Institutional Member T2M membership flyer Student flyer

Interviews with T2M Personalities

In the Spotlight Commentaries Tarini Bedi – 2018 Phillip Vannini – May 2016 Paola Jiron – November 2015 Oksana Zaporozhets July 2015 Paul Timms March 2015 Sven Kesselring Esther Polak & Ivar van Bekkum August 2014 Martin Schiefelbusch May 2014 Carlos López Galviz – 11 (1) February 2014 Massimo Moraglio – 10 (3) November 2013 […]

T2M News and Newsletter Archive

Stay informed about transport and mobilities-related events and announcements by signing up for the T²M newsletter and become part of our mailing list (see form at the bottom). If you would like to inform us and our community about any events or announcements, please send an email to newsletter@t2m.org. Archived newsletters are available for download here: 10-2020 04-2019  03 2018  12 […]

How long does a crisis last?

How long does a crisis last? When exactly does it start? How far into the future do the multiple legacies of profound change endure? With an end of the covid-19 pandemic in sight, and recognising the significant uneven geography of its effects, I write this message against a background of news media reports around the […]

How long does a crisis last?

When exactly does it start? How far into the future do the multiple legacies of profound change endure? With an end of the covid-19 pandemic in sight, and recognising the significant uneven geography of its effects, I write this message against a background of news media reports around the world on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. […]

Call for papers: Mobilities: Disruptions and Reconnections

T2M 20th Annual Conference | T2M & MoHu joint Conference MOBILITIES: DISRUPTIONS AND RECONNECTIONS 21-24 September 2022 Jointly organized by the International Association for the History of Transport, Traffic and Mobility and the University of Padua, Department of Historical and Geographic Sciences and the Ancient World, Centre for Advanced Studies in Mobility & Humanities The […]

John Scholes Transport History Prize 2022

The John Scholes Prize is awarded annually to the writer of a publishable paper based on original research into any aspect of the history of transport and mobility. The prize is intended to recognise budding transport and mobility historians. It may be awarded to the writer of one outstanding article, or divided between two or […]

Roundtable: Cycling in pandemic. Experiences from South America and Europe

T2M invites you to this virtual event about Cycling in Pandemic. Scholars and activists will discuss recent experiences in many South American and European cities to shape and share a global view on urban cycling during the Covid-19 pandemic. You can join us through Zoom Request the link to secretary@t2m.org<mailto:secretary@t2m.org> Presentations will be in English […]

Do you teach transport or mobility history at university?

If you do, a new short survey from the Journal of Transport History wants to find out more about what you teach, how you teach it – and what might be useful in terms of future support and resources! We’d love contributions from across the world, and across our field. It doesn’t matter if you […]

Call: John Scholes Transport History Research Essay Competition, 2021

The John Scholes Prize is awarded annually to the writer of a publishable paper based on original research into any aspect of the history of transport and mobility. The prize is intended to recognise budding transport historians. It may be awarded to the writer of one outstanding article, or be divided between two or more […]

John Scholes Prize winner 2020: Ioannis Limnios-Sekeris

On behalf of the John Scholes Prize Committee, I’m delighted to announce that this year’s Prize winner is Ioannis Limnios-Sekeris, a 3rd-year PhD student in the Department of Political Science and History at Panteion University, Athens. We unanimously awarded the Prize for his paper “A Multifaceted Business: International Migration and Transport Sector amidst the Cold […]