From: Running Cultures Research Group [RUNNING-CULTURES@JISCMAIL.AC.UK] on behalf of Kai [kai@KAISYNGTAN.COM] Sent: Sunday, January 06, 2019 11:15 AM To: RUNNING-CULTURES@JISCMAIL.AC.UK Subject: Re: Introduction
Welcome Noel, welcome Beth (hi Elisa)!
It’s always so lovely to hear of people’s work and to find zones of contact and productive antagonisms.
I have been approached about RUN! RUN! RUN! 2020. If anyone wishes to get involved in the planning, organisation, production, exhibition and/or any other aspects please let me know. It would be great to use this as an opportunity to think about future directions individually/collectively. (Eg What could ‘running cultures’ be in 2019/2020, versus 2014 when the group began?...) Thanks.
Wishing everyone a year of positivity and hope ahead.
Warmest regards, Kai
On 6 Jan 2019, at 17:56, Elisa Herrera Altamirano email@example.com wrote:
Wonderful to hear from you in this group. I didn’t know you belonged to it until now. As I said before in past emails, I think your project is great, count on me if need some help or someone to work on it. Welcome!!! and happy runnings!
Cheers to all and happy new year!
Elisa Herralt, Ph.D
Il giorno 5 gen 2019, alle ore 21:36, Noel B. Salazar Noel.Salazar@kuleuven.be ha scritto:
Dear all, First of all, best wishes for 2019! One of my good intentions for the new year is to introduce myself to the list (I've been on it for a while, but hadn't yet found the time to do so). I'm a sociocultural anthropologist based at the University of Leuven, Belgium, where I founded the Cultural Mobilities Research (CuMoRe) cluster. I've a long-term interest in human mobilities, broadly defined. I started off by looking at broad border-crossing "movements" (e.g. migration and tourism), but have become more and more interested in the embodied and emplaced aspects of locomotion. My latest research project, in collaboration with movement scientist (and triathlete) Jeroen Scheerder, looks at endurance running and walking. We're not only interested in the practitioner point of view but also the organizers of endurance events and all the stakeholders in between these two parties. I've been a recreational runner (never competitive) since my teens. I love running in natural environments and spend as much of my free time as possible exploring new trails. Whenever I travel (quite a bit given the topic of my research), I take my running shoes along! If you want to know more about my research and publications: https://soc.kuleuven.be/immrc/staff/noel-salazar http://kuleuven.academia.edu/NoelBSalazar https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Noel_B_Salazar Looking forward to hearing from you all... Kind regards, Noel Salazar -- ////\\////\\////\\////\\////\\////\\////\\////\\////\\////\\////\\////\\////\\ Noel B. Salazar, Sociocultural Anthropologist | PhD (UPenn), MSc (Essex), BSc (Leuven) Head IMMRC | Founder CuMoRe & AnthroMob | Secretary-General IUAES Faculty of Social Sciences, KU Leuven, Parkstraat 45, bus 3615, BE-3000 Leuven, Belgium Publications | Worlds in Motion Book Series | ICTC (ICOMOS) | EC CIPSH ORCID | ResearcherID | Scholar | Academia | ResearchGate | Publons | ImpactStory | CV Skype | Blog | Wikipedia | LinkedIn | Facebook | Twitter | Google+ | YouTube ////\\////\\////\\////\\////\\////\\////\\////\\////\\////\\////\\////\\////\\