Calendar and Schedule

Important dates  –  2018

CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY  – PAVILLON EV

1515 SAINTE-CATHERINE WEST

Date Activity
28 March Call for papers issued
Ongoing Accepting submission of abstracts and sessions
31 July Decision on travel grants
31 July Last day of Early Bird registration
1 September Programme deadline
1 October Submission of full papers and posters
24-27 October Conference

 

 

Conference schedule

 

24 October

Wedesday October 24 Room 1 - Normand Hébert (2.260)Room 2 (1.162)
9h30 - 12h00
12h00 - 13h00Welcome and registration of participants

You can eat at your own expense in one of the many restaurants near Concordia University
13h00 - 13h20Conference opening
13h30 - 15h00Session 1Representation
Govind Gopakumar, Chair
Judith A. Nicholson
Human Zoo Postcards: A Viennese Collection

Ben Bradley
Seeing the Past in Stages: Stagecoaches, Freight Wagons, and the Nostalgia of Mobility in Western Canada, 1910-1960

Emily Gann
What Are Technologies of (dis)Ability?: New Approaches at the Canada Science and Technology Museum
Infrastructures (in French)
Étienne Faugier, Chair
Kevin Larrivée
Projet de train passager vers Sherbrooke : Faire renaître l'histoire ferroviaire de la Rive-Sud de Montréal et les Cantons-de-l'Est

Slimane Merzoug
Les projets de transport en commun en Algérie et la crise budgétaire : cas de la ville de Bejaia.

Alexander Pachala
BIXI de Pointe-aux-Trembles à Senneville : une évaluation d'un vaste réseau de vélo en libre-service sur toute l'île de Montréal

Alain Gelly
Canalisation du Richelieu ou by-pass entre le Haut-Richelieu et la rive sud de Montréal : plus qu'un enjeu de transport
15h00 - 15h15Break
15h15 - 16h55Session 2Panel_ Connecting the dots in Latin America at the turn of the 19th century and beyond (doest not always equal hub/network)
Victor Marquez, Chair

Dr. Michael K. Bess
The Politics of Mobility in Mexico City, 1867-1929

Maximiliano Augusto Velazquez & Alejandro Rascovan
A History of Failed Opportunities: Local and regional connections in Argentina's railway network as an alternative for socio-economic development

Dr.Victor Marquez
Resistance Against Utopia: The underside of Mexico City's Airport history
16h55 - 17h00Break
17h00 - 18h30Session 3Cancel

 

25 October

Thursday October 25 Room 1 - Normand-Hébert (2.260)


With the exception of the Panel, the lectures are in French.
Room 2 (1.162)Room 3 (2.184)

Study Day
8h00 - 9h00Welcome and registration of participants
9h00 - 10h30Session 4Journal of Transportation History Committee Meeting (by invitation)Airport
Hans-Liudger Dienel, Chair
Camila Luna
Integrating integration. Airline transport, the European Union and the Mercosur Project

Matthew Miller
Technological Standardization in the Horizontal Skyscraper Airport

Maggie Williams
Hashtags as hubs: #DeleteUber and the material impacts of hashtivism
François Bédard
Les villes intelligentes, la mobilité durable et le potentiel de développement social

Virginie Cousineau
Le réseau express métropolitain
Alexandre Lacoursière
Smart Pixel TV
10h30 - 10h45Break
10h45 - 12h15Session 5Journal of Transportation History Committee Meeting (by invitation)Rethinking mobilities I
MichaelK. Bess, Chair

Patricia Luna Delgado
HUIZI: Bike sharing system in Toluca, Mexico

Olivia VF Chaudhury
Cyberia: Hub of Virtual Capital

Mahir Yilmaz
Reinventing Hinterland: Who is the Time-Space Compression for? Or Time-Space Expansion
Marc-Antoine Ducas
Co-voiturage multi-modal, villes intelligentes et optimisation de la mobilité

Patrick Lachapelle
L'urbanisme s'envoie en l'air : la réglementation municipale encadrant les drones
12h15 - 13h15Lunch
13h15 - 14h45Session 6HackathonRethinking mobilities II
Michael K. Bess, Chair
Jorgen Burchardt
Freight Distribution at Night, 1950-2018

Todoroki Hiroshi
Characteristics and continuity of road traffic in Shilla

Victor Andrade
Travel Behavior and Urban Form: The case of Rio de Janeiro Metropolitan Area
Alexandre Plante
Transports durables, innovation, urbanisme, changements climatiques, relations avec les gouvernements locaux

Éric Vaillancourt
Intégration des équipes de planification routière et ferroviaire

Éric Bourbeau
Comment des nouvelles technologies sans fil rendent les villes du monde plus intelligente?
14h45 - 15h00Break
15h00 - 16h30Session 7HackathonPanel_ Buzzing forever : The Usefull (?) Utopia of Selfdriving Car in Midterm History
Etienne Faugier, Chair

Etienne Faugier
Autonomous Car and Peripheric Spaces : A Rich Motorized Culture to Decomplexifie

Matthew Crawford
Managing Traffic: Rival Versions of Rationality

Mathieu Flonneau
What remains of automobiles and car culture? The future of automotive heritage in the era of the digital mobility revolution

Benjamin Thierry, commentator
17h00 - 19h3017h10 Departure from Concordia University to the Casino de Montréal

Cocktail at the Casino de Montréal offered by the Casino
19h30Dinner for T2M participants at the Casino de Montréal

 

26 October

Friday October 26 Room 1 - Normand-Hébert (2.260)Room 2 (1.162)Room 3 (3.309)
8h30 - 9h00Welcome and registration of participants
9h00 - 10h30Session 8Infrastructure I
Pierre Barrieau, Chair
Jonathan English
Derailed: The Postward End of New York City Subway Expansion

Elvira Khairullina
Understanding the conflicts and priorities: the role of tramways in the USSR and the GDR in the 1950-1960s

Hugo Silveira Pereira & Bruno Navarro
Portuguese railways: a history of circulation, appropriation and globalization
Active Mobility I
Massimo Moraglio, Chair
Sylette Henry-Buckmire
Uneven mobilities across disrupted landscapes: On the ground realities for Trinidad and Tobago’s mobility-impaired urban movers

Claudio Sarmiento-Casas
Street trades and the affordances of unconventional cycling

Filipe Marino
Cyclist profile and travel behavior in Rio de Janeiro: comparing results from the first and second national surveys (2015 and 2017)
Perpectives on mobility
(to be confirmed)
Govind Gopakumar, Chair

Aparajita Mukhopadhyay
Changing Morphologies? Revisiting Role of Railways in Creating Economic Hubs in Colonial India

Saroj Kumar Dhal
Constructing Migrant's Identity: A Sociological Study
10h30 - 10h45Break
10h45 - 12h15Session 9Panel_ Transport Collections in a Changing Cultural Landscape
Sharon Babaian, Chair

Jim Cullen
Beyond Counting Rivets: Assessing the Significance of Large Transport Objects

Sharon Babaian
Making Room for Mobility

Fiona Smith Hale
Navigating Open Waters: Online Access to Cultural Information
12h15 - 13h15Lunch
13h15 - 14h45Session 10Historic perspective on mobility I
Mathieu Flonneau, Chair
J. Lucien D. Houle
Provençal Merchants in Medieval Acre: A Study on the Mobility of Networks

Pierre Barrieau
First Nation and European settlement patterns in New France

Harleen Kaur
Roads to Motorization: Governance, Transit and City Life in Colonial Delhi, 1880-1930
Active Mobility II
Victor Marquez, Chair
Filipe Marino & Maria Alice de Faria Nogueira
the active mobility as a marketing strategy in Brazil

Bartek Komorowski
Winter cycling

Arthur De Waal
Re-interpreting motility constructs within a Mobility as a Service framing, the case of eudaemonic an hedonic well-being
Mobilités
(français)
Étienne Faugier, Modérateur
Moussa Zouaoui
La place des différentes cultures à l'ère de la mobilité

Meryem Bouras
L'histoire de l'évolution de l'accessibilité du transport collectif dans l'espace métropolitain à Montréal

Emile Forest
Paysages en mouvement : capter les expériences et les significations de la mobilité contemporaine
14h45 - 15h00Break
15h00 - 16h30Session 11Historic perspective on mobility II
Mathieu Flonneau, Chair

Owen D. Gutfreund
More Than a Freeway Revolt: The Forgotten Parking Revolt in New York City

Claire Pelgrims
Fetishizing Brussels roadscape
Infrastructure II
Jørgen Burchardt, Chair
Cornelis van Tilburg
The change of hubs in the Early Medieval Lower Rhine Region

Angélica-Elizabeth Reyna-Bernal
Hubs Cities and Internal Migration in Mexico

George Carhart
The Rise and Demise of Portland, Maine's Rail-Sea Transportation Hub
Histoire des transports (français)
Étienne Faugier, Modérateur
Alice Milor
Représenter l'automobile à Bruxelles : les mutations d'un hub de l'Europe depuis les années 1980

Anne Conchon
Pôles urbains et noeuds de transport. La structuration des réseaux de circulation dans la France napoléonienne

Louis Baldasseroni
Mesurer les mobilités pour créer des infrastructures de hubs. Réflexions sur l'aménagement de carrefours à Lyon, années 1930 - années 1970
16h30 - 16h40Break
16h40 - 17h50Session 12Keynote Speaker
David Hanna

 

27 October

Saturday October 27 Room 1 - Normand-Hébert (2.260)Room 2 (1.162)Conference Room 1 (2.301)
8h30 - 9h00
9h00 - 10h30Session 13South Mobilities
Govind Gopakumar, Chair
Govind Gopakumar
Automotive citizenship: constituting the occupation of streets by automobiles in urban India

Yogi Joseph
Pedestrians and cyclists as nuisance

James Longhurst

Tokyo to Seattle by Bike: The Mitsubishi Trading Company, Protective Tariffs, and the Failure to Import Adult Bicycles in the 1930s
Mobilités
(français)
À confirmer, Modérateur
Moussa Zouaoui
La place des différentes cultures à l'ère de la mobilité

Meryem Bouras
L'histoire de l'évolution de l'accessibilité du transport collectif dans l'espace métropolitain à Montréal
T2M Executive Committee meeting (by invitation)
10h30 - 10h45Break
10h45 - 12h15Session 14Panel_ Urban Mobilities and Public Transit in the Global South

Dr. Madhav Badami
Dr. Murtaza Haidar
Dr. Craig Townsend
Dr. Sarwat Viqar
Dr. Govind Gopakumar
T2M Executive Committee meeting (by invitation)
12h15 - 13h15Lunch
13h15 - 14h45Session 15Panel_ What After? The future of Mobility
Dr. Massimo Moraglio, Chair

Prof. Dr. Massimo Moraglio
Rethinking the Mobility Turn. Bridging disciplines and seeking tradeoffs

Pierre Barrieau

Mathieu Flonneau
14h45 - 15h15Conference closing
15h15 - 16h15T2M members annual meeting