Call for sessions
New Zealand Geographical Society Conference, 25-27 Nov 2020
Embracing diversity: Expanding geographies
The organising committee at Victoria University of Wellington are pleased to announce the dates and details for the 2020 New Zealand Geographical Society Conference. We are also opening the invitation for session proposals.
25-27 Nov 2020, Victoria University of Wellington, Kelburn Campus
Keynote speakers confirmed
Farhana Sultana, Syracuse University
Tina Ngata, Ngāti Porou
Emalani Case, Victoria University of Wellington
James Renwick, Victoria University of Wellington
Eduardo Gudynas, CLAES (Latin American Centre for Social Ecology), Uruguay
Geoffrey Caruso, University of Luxembourg and LISER
Call for sessions opens 25 November 2019
Call for sessions closes 3 February 2020
Call for abstracts opens 17 February 2020
Call for abstracts closes 31 March 2020
Early bird registration closes 31 May 2020
Check our conference website for more details about the keynote speakers, as well as the exciting pre-conference workshops and fieldtrips we have planned.
Call for sessions
Sessions addressing the themes of the 2020 conference or key concerns within human and physical geography are welcome. Organized sessions are a unique opportunity to bring together a number of experts to present and discuss their work and perspective. Sessions can take a number of forms:
· Presentation (papers)
· Practice-based knowledge discussions
· Other creative or innovative interventions
Please submit your session proposal by 3 February 2020 by visiting the 2020 NZGS Conference website or click here. You need to include a 150-200 word abstract, up to five keywords and details of the organisers.
Once accepted session will be advertised on the conference website, allowing for delegates to submit papers to specific sessions.
If you have any questions about organising a session, or about the conference in general, please contact the organisers at email@example.com.
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Gombay, N., & Palomino-Schalscha, M. (2018). Indigenous Places and Colonial Spaces: The Politics of Intertwined Relations: Routledge.