David Bissell is a Lecturer in Human Geography at the University of Brighton, UK. He is interested in exploring the relationship between bodies, mobilities, knowledges and technologies. His current research focuses on narrating and coming to understand some of the various practices and shifting subjectivities engendered through the experience of contemporary mobilities by using ethnographic, multi-sensuous and affective methodologies. David’s theoretical imperatives fold through practice-based ontologies and draw on affective and non-representational theories. He is the author of numerous papers and chapters on issues around bodies, mobilities and subjectivity.
EditorialWho would have thought so much activity and noise over stillness? According to the contributors of this issue of M/C Journal 'still' as phenomenon, state, pause, symbolic field or geopolitical struggle fizzes, vibrates and resonates. It hums; it makes one vulnerable; it draws one into the world differently and it accesses new agencies and movement. Or...Read more