Conferences

IAG Conference:

  1. The IAG Conference is the annual meeting of the Institute of Australian Geographers, a non-profit organisation representing geographers and aiming to promote and advance the discipline of geography. Participants from academic, non-profit, government, business, research, and other institutional backgrounds are encouraged to attend.

Calendar for IAG Conferences:

IAG 2020

Landscapes of change, challenge and creativity
Hosted by the Discipline of Geography and Planning, UNE

Monday 6 July – Thursday 9 July 2020
UNE Business School 
University of New England, Armidale NSW, AUSTRALIA

Website: https://www.une.edu.au/iagc2020

KEY DATES:

  • The Call for Abstracts opens 11th February 2020. 
    Please go to the conference website  https://www.une.edu.au/iagc2020 and follow the instructions below 'Call for abstracts'
    #iag2020UNE
  • Call for Abstracts closes the 20th March 2020.
  • Acceptance of Abstracts will be by the 17th April 2020. 
     

KEY DATES:

  • Call for abstracts - CLOSED
  • Notifications of Abstract Acceptances Emailed: 5 April 2019
  • Preliminary Program Released: 26 April 2019
  • Early Bird Registration Closes: 15 May 2019

 

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The Institute of Australian Geographers Conference 2017 is being held across 4 days from Tuesday 11 July - Friday 14 July, Brisbane, Queensland #IAG2017

Conference Website: http://www.iagconference.com.au

Welcome message:

On behalf of the entire local organising committee, I would like to cordially welcome participants to the 2017 Institute of Australian Geographers (IAG) conference in Brisbane. This year’s conference is being hosted by The University of Queensland on the St Lucia campus. We would also like to recognise those from University of the Sunshine Coast, Griffith University, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), and Central Queensland University for their input. 

This year’s conference theme is ‘Geography Counts’, stressing the role of geography in informing policy from a holistic, global perspective. We also would like to stress the breadth of the discipline, and welcome participation across all sub-disciplines, and from those using a diversity of methodologies. The committee also welcomes your input on anything we can do to make the conference better, and to encourage alternative disciplinary perspectives wherever we can. The diversity of keynote speakers (more to be announced soon) reflects this, and we hope that both geographers and non-geographers from Australasia and beyond attend and contribute. We look forward to seeing you in July in Brisbane!

Dr Thomas Sigler, Lecturer in Human Geography, The University of Queensland
IAG 2017 Conference Chair

 

Conference Notices of interest to Geographers