Cultures of transport: representation, practice and technology

Divall, Colin and Revill, George (2005). Cultures of transport: representation, practice and technology. Transport History, 26(1) pp. 99–111.



Discusses the cultural aspects of the transportation history. Ways by which the concept of cultural turn has helped create an innovative transport history; Practical limits and historical capabilities of transport technologies; Key areas of social and historical inquiry to which the cultural turn has propelled issues of travel and physical mobility; Ways by which automobilization can be considered as a cultural regime; Methods by which transportation technologies act as mediator between the imaginable and the material.

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