What Do We Do?
Digitisation, human mobilities, and urbanisation are major drivers altering spaces and societies from local to global scales. The Transient Spaces & Societies Research Group takes a critical perspective on these cross-sectional themes and scrutinises how social practices and power relations shape them.
We are an interdisciplinary research team based at the Department of Geography at the University of Innsbruck.
???? Welcome @elisgruber to the X/Twitter community: Follow Elisabeth for posts on spatial development and demographic processes in #alpinespace and #rural areas, #mobility and #immobility and implications of regional development, digitalization and new work pic.twitter.com/8au0bnqoGE— Transient_ Spaces & Societies (Research Group) (@SpacesSocieties) September 29, 2023
???????? Congratulations, dear @JackiieKowalski for winnig the Digitalisation Research Award of the @DiSC_uibk @uniinnsbruck for your thesis on "Augmented Futures". We are so proud of you ????!!— Transient_ Spaces & Societies (Research Group) (@SpacesSocieties) October 4, 2023
See for the related publication of the results: https://t.co/HsRDudTyFo pic.twitter.com/M6o1eYmx1Y
????????️CfP open: 8th Conference on Migration Research in Austria: Global inequalities, (Im)Mobilities and Migration Societies: Post-Migrant Perspectives. Co-organised by wonderful consortium from @uniinnsbruck @oeaw @EURAC. Innsbruck, Sept24. Looking forward to submissions! Pls RT pic.twitter.com/Q6konLpHup— Transient_ Spaces & Societies (Research Group) (@SpacesSocieties) September 28, 2023
Open Access Days in Berlin #oat23 with this year's conference theme 'Visionen gestalten' ('shaping visions'). ChristophSchimmel represents our team and will present his paper on Networks of scholar-led publishing initiatives at the poster session on thursday 10 am CEST. pic.twitter.com/FYWbZzdspn— Transient_ Spaces & Societies (Research Group) (@SpacesSocieties) September 27, 2023