Cycling and the Public Screen


For those interested in the academic side of cycling advocacy, I have a column out in the journal FLOW that sets up some arguments that I’m going to pursue in an upcoming project. If compelled, it would be better for comments to sit at FLOW than over here…

Much of my academic work revolves around the representational dynamics of political conflict: dissent and power. There is a lot more to say about the transnational visual dynamics of cycling. This is only a start – and something I’m very excited about.

Regardless, FLOW is a great forum for popular culture.

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