[Iag-list] SOAC2019 Call for Abstracts and Website now Live
paul.maginn at uwa.edu.au
Wed Jan 9 14:28:47 AEDT 2019
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On behalf of the UWA-Curtin local organising committee and the Australasian Cities Research Network (ACRN), I am delighted to announce that the website<http://soac2019.com.au/> and call for abstracts<http://soac2019.com.au/call-for-abstracts/> for SOAC2019 in Perth is now open.
SOAC2019 includes the AECURN-organised PhD/ECR Symposium (31 Nov – 2 Dec) which will be held at Curtin University’s Law School in the Perth CBD, and the main conference (3-5 December) which will be held at UWA’s Crawley campus on the banks of the Swan River.
The theme for SOAC2019 is: Australian Cities and Regions in an Era of Disruption and Innovation.
Disruption and innovation are interpreted to mean the policy, political, social, economic, environmental, cultural, technological, and infrastructural changes that affect how cities and regions are perceived, experienced and function.
As with previous SOAC conferences there are 7 tracks:
City Social and Housing
City Movement and Infrastructure
For SOAC2019 colleagues may organise their own special sessions around a particular theme/issue within any of the above tracks. Special sessions may include: (i) academic paper/panels (up to 4 papers); (ii) policy panels; (iii) practice panels; and (iv) author meets critics.
SOAC2019 seeks to be a multi-disciplinary conference and to this end we invite abstracts/papers from colleagues within urban/regional planning, geography, urban design, architecture, sociology, public health, economics, political science, criminology, environmental science, ecology and anthropology with an interest in disruption and innovation in Australian cities/regions to join us in Perth.
And, we welcome abstracts/papers from policy researchers within Federal, State and Local Government, the private sector, and the NGO sector working on issues related to disruption and innovation in Australian cities/regions.
International colleagues doing comparative research on Australian cities/regions are also encouraged to submit abstracts.
Key dates for the conference are outlined below:
Abstract Submission Opens:
Abstract Submission Fully Peer-Reviewed Abstract Closes:
8 March 2019
Abstract Submission Extended Abstract and Presentation Closes:
31 March 2019
30 Nov – 2 Dec
3 – 5 December
Please feel free to circulate this email to other colleagues at your institution and/or broader networks.
Assoc. Prof. Paul J. Maginn
Programme Co-ordinator (Urban/Regional Planning)
UWA School of Agriculture and Environment
M004, Perth WA 6009 Australia
+61 8 6488 2711
+61 421 545 190
paul.maginn at uwa.edu.au<mailto:paul.maginn at uwa.edu.au>
Editor-in-Chief, Urban Policy and Research
Editorial Advisory Board member of the international, peer-reviewed journal Policy & Politics at http://www.policypress.co.uk/journals_pap.asp
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