[Iag-list] Call for Sessions Open IAG 2019 Hobart

Jason Byrne jason.byrne at utas.edu.au
Tue Nov 27 16:58:53 AEDT 2018


CALL FOR SESSION OPEN FOR IAG2019 HOBART, TASMANIA

Dear geographers and friends of geography,

the local organising committee of the Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Hobart July 9-13, July, 2019 is pleased to open the call for conference sessions.

The theme of the conference is Geographies of Emergence, Divergence, and Convergence.

Hashtag is #IAG2019Hobart.

The Conference will be held at the Wrest Point Conference Centre in Sandy Bay. The conference starts with a welcome reception and plenary late afternoon on Tuesday 9 July, with full days from Wednesday 10 to Friday 12 July. Fieldtrips will be available on Saturday 13 July, with pre-conference activities on Monday 8 and Tuesday 9 July. The conference dinner is scheduled for the evening of Thursday 11 July. Information will be updated on the conference website: conference website: http://www.iagc2019.com/

Session proposals, including panels (e.g. author meets critics), can be submitted via the conference website: http://www.iagc2019.com by selecting the Call for Sessions tab. The Call for Session button, which will take you to an online submission form.

It would be great if you could be mindful of the conference theme when thinking about sessions. The conference website already has some signposts for you to consider. In the near future, a short piece in Geographical Research will expand on the conference theme.

Anyone wishing to attend the conference can propose a session, which will usually encompass 3 or 4 20 minute papers (15 minutes plus 5 minutes discussion), or a 60-80 minute panel. Sessions that attract a large number of papers will likely become a stream of multiple sessions. Study groups are encouraged to coordinate call for sessions coming from within the group to minimise duplication and maximise likely interest in session proposals.

Depending on the number of sessions proposed, potential overlap between session proposals, and the constraints of the timetable and venue, we may have to do a little curating.

We have already confirmed some exciting international and local keynotes, including Carolyn Finney<http://carolynfinney.com/>, Greg Lehman<https://www.findanexpert.unimelb.edu.au/display/person812259>, Janelle Knox-Hayes<https://dusp.mit.edu/faculty/janelle-knox-hayes>, Jamie Kirkpatrick<http://www.utas.edu.au/profiles/staff/geography-spatial/jamie-kirkpatrick> and Jeff Malpas<http://www.utas.edu.au/profiles/staff/land-food/jeff-malpas>. More to follow.

We are looking forward to you joining us in Hobart in 2019.

Jason Byrne and Aidan Davison
On behalf of the Local Organising Committee
and University of Tasmania, Geography and Spatial Sciences<http://www.utas.edu.au/technology-environments-design/geography-and-spatial-sciences>

November 27, 2018


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