How could remaking the streets change local communities? What happens when we think of the streets as public space? What are the benefits and limitations of using bicycling as a tool to reclaim streets as […]
Sarah Rebolloso McCullough creates meaningful and respectful dialogue across boundaries that typically divide—between universities and communities, activists and researchers, scientists and humanists, workers and policymakers. The challenges we face moving forward require fostering a spirit of generosity, openness and playfulness in our work. Everyday practices and cultural expertise can be extremely valuable tools for doing this work and enacting change; they can challenge and stretch our typical ways of moving about the world.
My book project examines the origins and growth of mountain biking as a test case to consider how fun emerged as a viable cultural value. Fun, a seemingly simple and natural emotion, relies upon cultural […]
How do technologies change the ways we live in the world? In answering this question, I examine both advanced technologies such as “the Internet of things” and mundane, everyday technologies, such as the bicycle. I […]