[Iag-list] EUGEO Conference 2019

Gallagher, Aisling A.Gallagher at massey.ac.nz
Mon Oct 29 12:59:37 AEDT 2018


Could you please circulate this call for papers on the IAG list.

With thanks, Aisling

EUGEO Congress 2019 in conjunction with the 51st Conference of Irish Geographers
15th - 18th May 2019, National University of Ireland Galway
Dear Colleagues,
We are delighted to announce that the call for session proposals<https://www.eiseverywhere.com/emarketing/go.php?i=584898&e=ZnJhbmNlcy5mYWh5QG51aWdhbHdheS5pZQ==&l=https://www.eugeo2019.eu/submissions> for the up-coming EUGEO 2019 Congress in conjunction with the 51st Conference of Irish Geographers is now open. The deadline for the submission of proposed sessions is Friday November 30th 2018. Session proposals can be uploaded here: https://www.eugeo2019.eu/submissions<https://www.eiseverywhere.com/emarketing/go.php?i=584898&e=ZnJhbmNlcy5mYWh5QG51aWdhbHdheS5pZQ==&l=https://www.eugeo2019.eu/submissions>

The theme for the 2019 EUGEO Congress is 'Re-Imagining Europe's Future Society and Landscapes' and we invite sessions on this theme (and beyond) from all areas of the Discipline.
The conference will take place at the National University of Ireland Galway from May 15th - 18th (inclusive) and will include a series of keynotes, networking and social events throughout the four-day period. Some highlights include a Welcome Reception on May 15th and conference dinner on May 17th. Galway is an ideal location for the Congress; a vibrant city, full of rich cultural heritage and a gateway to many sites of geographical significance (e.g. Connemara and the Burren). Further details are available on the conference website: https://www.eugeo2019.eu/<https://www.eiseverywhere.com/emarketing/go.php?i=584898&e=ZnJhbmNlcy5mYWh5QG51aWdhbHdheS5pZQ==&l=https://www.eugeo2019.eu/>
The conference will be chaired by Dr Frances Fahy and Dr Kathy Reilly (Geography, NUI Galway) and the theme reflects on the centrality of the concepts of society and landscape within the Discipline of Geography. EUGEO 2019 in conjunction with the 51st Conference of Irish Geographers will offer participants the opportunity to reflect on and re-imagine futures within the geographical boundary of Europe and beyond. We invite session proposals reflective of the over-arching theme with a view to attracting a wide variety of geographers with a range of interest and expertise representative of Geography's diversity.
 * Monday 3rd Sept:

 Registration and Call for Sessions Open

 * Friday 30th November:

 Call for Sessions Closes

 * Monday 3rd December:

 Call for Papers Opens

 * Friday 1st February 2019:

 Call for Papers Closes;
 Early-bird Registration Closes

 * Friday 15th March 2019:

 Provisional Programme Published

Informal queries relating to the submission of proposed sessions can be sent to frances.fahy at nuigalway.ie<mailto:frances.fahy at nuigalway.ie> and kathy.reilly at nuigalway.ie<mailto:kathy.reilly at nuigalway.ie> before Friday November 30th. We look forward to welcoming you all to Galway.

15 - 18 May 2019, Galway, Ireland
c/o Keynote PCO, Suite26, Anglesea House, Carysfort Avenue, Blackrock, Co Dublin, Ireland
Tel.: 00353 1 400 3626, Email: eugeo2019info at keynotepco.ie<mailto:eugeo2019info at keynotepco.ie>
<mailto:info at fens2019.org>Website<https://www.eiseverywhere.com/emarketing/go.php?i=584898&e=ZnJhbmNlcy5mYWh5QG51aWdhbHdheS5pZQ==&l=https://www.eugeo2019.eu/>

Dr Aisling Gallagher | Senior Lecturer in Geography
School of People, Environment and Planning |  Massey University Manawatu
Private Bag 11 222 | Palmerston North 4442 | New Zealand
Ph: +64 6 356 9099 ext 83622

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