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Anthropology and Geography - Call for Paper: Routes to wellbeing: Inviting novel (re-)imaginings of therapeutic mobilities

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*The Anthropology and Geography: Dialogues Past, Present and Future*
conference will be held 4 to 7 June 2020 at the British Museum, Clore
Centre, SOAS, Senate House and Royal Geographical Society.



CALL FOR PAPERS



Panel session: **Routes to wellbeing: Inviting novel (re-)imaginings of
therapeutic mobilities**



https://nomadit.co.uk/conference/rai2020#8295



Convenors: Cornelia Guell, Sarah Bell (University of Exeter) and Tessa
Pollard (Durham University)



*Short abstract*



Geography and anthropology increasingly recognise the role of human and
more-than-human mobile entities in coproducing everyday environments of
health. In this session, we will explore how cross-disciplinary dialogue
can encourage transformative approaches to the study of therapeutic
mobilities.



*Long abstract*



Geographies and anthropologies of health and illness are increasingly
sharing valuable theoretical insights, methods and analytical lenses to
understand how people’s endeavours to “live well” are shaped by the dynamic
places through which daily mobilities are enacted, adapted or resisted.
Cross-disciplinary dialogues are encouraging novel (re-)imaginings of the
concepts of “therapeutic landscapes” and “therapeutic mobilities”,
integrating important conceptual insights from, for example, actor-network
theory, social practice theories, practices of self-care and biopolitics,
which place varied emphasis on self-hood, bodies, objects, places and
structures.  One line of enquiry has been a growing interest in the role of
more-than-human entities in coproducing the everyday environments in which
we all live and move. These range, for example, from the bicycle lanes or
parts that obediently speed up our active bodies, the calls of resident
birdlife that inspire us to pause and slow down our daily commute, to
global systems and trade agreements that designate local healthy foods in
the Global South for export markets, exchanged for processed, low quality
brands from the Global North.



We invite papers that bring geography and anthropology into productive
conversation to explore how the mobility of ideas, norms, objects, people
and other living entities support the performance and growth of
“therapeutic mobilities”. How do such flows promote opportunities to
experience a sense of health and wellbeing for some, while perhaps
foreclosing such opportunities for others? We welcome both traditional
papers and creative – e.g. visual or spatial – approaches that encourage
more transformative perspectives to the study of therapeutic mobilities.



The full list of conference panels can be found here:
https://nomadit.co.uk/conference/rai2020#all



*Deadline for paper proposals is *8 January 2020**



Proposals should consist of a paper title, a (very) short abstract of <300
characters and an abstract of 250 words.  On submission the proposal, the
proposing author (but not any co-authors listed) will receive automated
email confirming receipt. If you do not receive this email, please first
check the login environment (click login on the left) to see if your
proposal is there.  If it is, it simply means confirmation got spammed or
lost; and if it is not, it means you need re-submit, as process went wrong
somewhere.



All paper proposals must be made via the online system, and not via email.
A paper can only be submitted once and only one paper can be submitted per
person.



Please do get in touch if you want to discuss paper ideas.



Conny Guell, Tessa Pollard and Sarah Bell





*Cornelia Guell*
Lecturer in Social Science Research and Qualitative Methods

Co-Director of MSc Environment & Human Health



European Centre for Environment and Human Health, University of Exeter
Medical School

Knowledge Spa, Royal Cornwall Hospital, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 3HD

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