The Cultural Geography Study Group invites further suggestions for sponsored sessions at the IAG Conference 2016 in Adelaide (29 June – July 1).
The conference theme is ‘Frontiers of Geographical Knowledge’: https://kaigi.eventsair.com/QuickEventWebsitePortal/iag-2016/info
We welcome suggestions for sessions across the spectrum of cultural geography, particularly those that seek to engage with geography's theoretical and philosophical underpinnings, past, present, and future, and also those focused on research methods.
This is a late call, so we ask that proposed sessions are sent by Friday Feb 5. Please include the following information:
- Title of proposed session (up to 15 words), name and affiliation of organizers, and call for papers (200-300 words)
- Indication of proposed format (e.g. papers or panel discussion, number of papers, use of discussants; for possibilities of session formats,)
- Number of 1h 40 minutes slots requested (note, sessions may not normally occupy more than two timeslots)
Dr Danielle Drozdzewski
Senior Lecturer in Human Geography
School of Humanities and Languages
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Kensington, NSW, 2052
Ph: +61 2 9385 8283
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