The Academy of Mobility Humanities, Konkuk University (Director Inseop Shin) published Mobility, Ethos, and Common Culture as Mobility Humanities Series (Assemblage).
Mobility, Ethos, and Common Culture consists of three parts, collating nine research papers written by ten scholars leading mobility humanities to examine on the ethos of modern mobility and contemplate common culture. The first part, “Mobility: Freedom, Rights, and Politics,” deals with the criticism of modern mobility ethos and how it has been addressed, focusing on mobility commons, mobility rights of disabled people, and redevelopment mobility devices. In the second part, “Mobile Community and Mobility Ethics,” an ethical exploration of places and mobility is discussed with specific mobile spaces such as global places, tourist attractions, and taxis. The third part, “Culture and Politics of Historical (Im)mobility,” covers a historical and political consideration on mobility ethos, focusing on the 100th anniversary of the March 1st Movement of Koreans known as the Sam-il (3-1) Movement in Philadelphia and Los Angeles, Hansen policy of Japanese colonial era, and the landscape of Vladivostok.