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New Urban Natures: Volatile Worlds - Public Lecture and Symposium, University of Wollongong - 15th February 2019
New Urban Natures: Volatile Worlds Public Lecture and Symposium Friday 22 February University of Wollongong Information about both events, and to register, here: https://socialsciences.uow.edu.au/access/events/index.html Contact Leah Gibbs for more info leah@uow.edu.au
2 CfPs IAG2019- Race and 'abundant futures'; Decolonising the University - 8th February 2019
2 CfPs IAG2019- Race and 'abundant futures'; Decolonising the University Dear friends We need your abstracts (150 words) for the following sessions to go ahead ! Would be delighted if you could upload it on the conference website  https://cdesign.eventsair.com/2019-iag/abstracts by 28 February 2019.
CfP IAG2019: #Metoo: Exploring everyday negotiations of gender, space and place - 8th February 2019
CFP: #Metoo: Exploring everyday negotiations of gender, space and place Session Title: #Metoo: Exploring everyday negotiations of gender, space and place Session Organisers: Ainsley Hughes, Melina Ey and Kathy Mee (University of Newcastle)
CfP IAG2019: A global Concept in local Contexts: Local understandings of sustainable development and its practice - 8th February 2019
CfP IAG2019: A global Concept in local Contexts: Local understandings of sustainable development and its practice ?Session Title: A global Concept in local Contexts: Local understandings of sustainable development and its practice?Session Organiser: Jerome Jeffison Ofori (University of Adelaide) Call for Abstracts/Papers Institute of Australian Geographers Annual Conference?Wrest Point, Tasmania?9-13 July 2019
CfP IAG2019: Emerging geographies of protected areas - 8th February 2019
CfP IAG2019: Emerging geographies of protected areas Session Title: Emerging geographies of protected areas?Session Organisers: Aidan Davison (University of Tasmania) & Benjamin Cooke (RMIT)
CfP IAG2019: Nature, Risk and Resilience Study Group-supported sessions - 8th February 2019
CfP - Nature, Risk and Resilience Study Group-supported sessions, IAG2019, Hobart Dear all   The Nature, Risk and Resilience study group is supporting an exciting array of highly topical, intra-disciplinary sessions at the upcoming 2019 IAG in Hobart which promise to help explore the conference theme of Geographies of emergence, divergence and convergence https://cdesign.eventsair.com/2019-iag/abstracts 
CfP IAG2019: New and Emerging Research in Cultural Geography - 8th February 2019
CFP IAG2019: New and Emerging Research in Cultural Geography Session: New and Emerging Research in Cultural Geography Convenors IAG Cultural Geography Study Group Convenors: Michele Lobo (michele.lobo@deakin.edu.au) Michelle Duffy (michele.duffy@newcastle.edu.au) Vickie Zhang (vzhang@student.unimelb.edu.au)
CfP IAG2019: Sport geographies - 8th February 2019
CfP IAG2019: Sport geographies We invite submissions of abstracts to the call for papers below to be held at the 2019 Institute of Australian Geographers Conference (Hobart, Tasmania, July  9 to 13). Session organisers: Adele Pavlidis and Jora Broerse (Sponsored by the Cultural Geography Study Group)
CfP IAG2019: Tackling ethical and methodological challenges and possibilities in geographical research - 8th February 2019
CFP IAG2019: Tackling ethical and methodological challenges and possibilities in geographical research Abstracts are due 28th February, choosing 'Tackling ethical and methodological challenges and possibilities in geographical research' in the drop down box): https://cdesign.eventsair.com/2019-iag/abstracts Please contact Laura Wynne (laura.wynne@utas.edu.au) or Pratichi Chatterjee (pratichi.chatterjee@sydney.edu.au) with any questions about this session
CfP IAG2019: Thinking Intersectionality in Critical Feminist Development Studies - 8th February 2019
CFP IAG2019: Thinking Intersectionality in Critical Feminist Development Studies Session name: Thinking Intersectionality in Critical Feminist Development Studies Session proposer: Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt (Kuntala.Lahiri-Dutt@anu.edu.au) 


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