Institute of Australian Geographers Annual Conference: IAG2023, 4-7 July 2023
INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIAN GEOGRAPHERS CONFERENCE 2023 - CALL FOR SESSIONS
The conference theme is Coexistence, Collaboration and Geography.
Geography is a diverse discipline that is home to geographers using different perspectives and methodological approaches to knowledge discovery. IAG2023 is a celebration of this diversity and welcomes research that illuminates the discipline’s varied thematic and methodological foundations, and the collaborations across our discipline and with other disciplines in the social and physical sciences. To this end, we invite
- Spatial researchers
- First Nations researchers
- GIS and remote sensing specialists
- Physical and human geographers
- Environmental scientists
to bring their experiences, understandings and concerns to IAG2023. We call upon these spatial researchers to share learnings and reflections from their collaborative projects, and their interrogations of the practices and politics of coexisting ontologies, methods and perspectives.
The Wadjuk Nyungar Elders and Wadjuk Country are fundamental to our conference, and we will draw on place-based practices of learning from and about Wadjuk Boodjar (Country) in our discussions and activities.
YOU ARE INVITED TO SUBMIT A CALL TO SESSION
The conference theme of ‘Coexistence and Collaboration’ fosters an inclusive approach to the wonderful disciplinary diversity Geography offers, spanning physical, spatial and human geography and academic and practitioner perspectives. We welcome nominations across the breadth and depth of geography and in the spirit of the conference theme of ‘coexistence, collaboration and geography
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