Bicicultures Roadshow

The Bicicultures Research Group (http://bicicultures.org/), co-organized by Adonia Lugo and Sarah Rebolloso McCullough, presented two days of workshops and activities in Davis, CA.  April 16-17, 2013.

This video series documented the workshop portions of the Bicicultures Roadshow, held at the United States Bicycling Hall of Fame.  Recorded by Davis Media Access.

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Is There a Bicycle Culture?

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Is There a Bicycle Culture?

Presenters include:

1.  Chris Carlsson (Shaping San Francisco)  -  "General Intellect's Cavalry:  The Bicycling Movement on the Front Lines of the Culture War"

2.  Luis Vivanco (Anthropology, University of Vermont) - "Techniques of the Bicycle and Other Perspectives on Culture and Bicycle Mobility"

3.  Kevin Wehr (Sociology, CSU Sacramento) -  "Visibility and Invisibility: Courier Culture and Co-optation"

Recorded 10:45-12:00pm April 16, 2013

Understanding Space and Bicycling Cultures

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Understanding Space and Bicycling Cultures

Rebecca Journey, Anthropology, University of Chicago

“‘Civil Cycling’ and Mobile Moralities: Emergent Ethical Publics on Copenhagen’s ‘Cycle Superhighway’”

Chuck Lewis, English, Beloit College

“Tread Marks and Trend lines: Riding the Bicycle in(to) the Integrative College Writing Classroom”

Peter Wood, Geography, The Open University

“They Do That in New York Now, It’s Not Just European: How Cyclists Repurpose Cycling to Support Their Personal Projects”

Expanding the Reach of Bicycle Technology

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Expanding the Reach of Bicycle Technology

Natalie Popovich (Transportation Studies, UC Davis)

“Experiences of Electric Bike Users in the Davis-Sacramento Region: Are E-Bikes More than Just the ‘Lazy Person’s Bicycle’?”

Dave Snyder (Executive Director, California Bicycle Coalition)

“Measuring the Bicycle Level of Service of a Whole Network”

Mariam Asad (Digital Media Studies, Georgia Tech University)

“Cycle Atlanta: Data-Driven Discourse in City Planning”

The Relationships Between Bicycling and Culture

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The Relationships between Bicycling and Culture

Alison Hill Graves (Board of Directors, League of American Bicyclists)

“Building Community through Bicycling”

Jenna Burton (Founder of Red, Bike and Green)

“Using a Cultural Approach to Address Social Injustice”

Sarah Rebolloso McCullough (Cultural Studies, UC Davis)

“Constructing Nature, Constructing Histories”

Recorded April 17, 10:00 a.m. – 11:15 a.m.

Changing the City through Bicycling

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Changing the City through Bicycling

Lusi Morhayim (Architecture, UC Berkeley)

“Fixing the City in the Neoliberal Context”

Sandra Hamlat (Board of Directors, East Bay Bicycle Coalition)

“Bicycle Advocacy and Climate Action Planning”

Adonia Lugo (Anthropology, UC Irvine)

“Critiquing Research and Advocacy to Make Change”

Recorded by Davis Media Access, April 17, 1:30 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.