[Iag-list] REMINDER - CFP IAG 2019: Energy Geographies
heather.lovell at utas.edu.au
Fri Feb 22 16:41:37 AEDT 2019
*REMINDER - Call for Papers – note 28th Feb deadline*
Institute of Australian Geographers
Hobart, July 9-13, 2019
Heather Lovell (University of Tasmania)
Andrew Harwood (University of Tasmania)
The energy sector is experiencing a period of rapid change, with intensification of academic and policy debates regarding energy security, climate change and affordability. This session seeks papers on a broad range of topics to do with the geographical study of energy, ranging from household energy studies and off-grid communities to city energy flows and resource geographies. We are interested in papers that challenge technological approaches to understanding energy, either theoretically or empirically.
To submit to our session, please submit your paper title and abstract through the IAG conference website<https://cdesign.eventsair.com/2019-iag/abstracts>, where you will find an option to select ‘Energy Geographies’ (deadline 28th February 2019). In addition, please email your paper title and abstract to Heather Lovell heather.lovell at utas.edu.au<mailto:heather.lovell at utas.edu.au> and Andrew Harwood andrew.harwood at utas.edu.au<mailto:andrew.harwood at utas.edu.au>.
Heather and Andrew
Professor Heather Lovell, Associate Head-Research & Interdisciplinary Research Lead
School of Technology, Environments & Design,
University of Tasmania; Room 423, Geography & Spatial Sciences
tel: +61 3 6226 7243; +61 (0)474 849084
UTAS Profile Page<http://www.utas.edu.au/profiles/staff/live-profiles/heather-lovell>
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