News Archives
2019
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) .
CfP IAG2019: Urban environmental transformations in the Asia Pacific 8th February 2019
CfP IAG2019: Urban environmental transformations in the Asia Pacific Session organisers: Ali Browne, University of Manchester and Sara Fuller, Macquarie University Institute of Australian Geographers Annual Conference, Hobart, Tasmania, 9-13th July 2019 .
CfP: EcoArts Australis Conference Wollongong May 2019 8th February 2019
CfP: EcoArts Australis Conference Wollongong May 2019 Dear All, You may be interested in the following conference organised by EcoArts Australis to be held this year at the University of Wollongong 26-28th May – a great opportunity to hear about Environment Arts collaborations.   The theme of this year’s conference is “Using the visual and performing arts to encourage pro-environmental behaviour”, which might resonate with many in geography. .
CfP@ ENHR: Comparative studies on redevelopment and social mix through housing 8th February 2019
CfP@ ENHR: Comparative studies on redevelopment and social mix through housing We would like to invite you to submit an abstract to our session at the 2019 ENHR in Athens. See http://enhr2019.com/workshops-2/.
Indigenous Peoples' Knowledges and Rights Study Group Sponsored/ Co-sponsored Sessions at the IAG2019, Hobart 8th February 2019
Indigenous Peoples' Knowledges and Rights Study Group Sponsored/ Co-sponsored Sessions at the IAG2019, Hobart We are excited that the study group is sponsoring / co-sponsoring three sessions in this conference as well as keynote speaker Greg Lehman (University of Melbourne)..
Legal Geography Study Group is sponsoring three sessions in Hobart 2019: 8th February 2019
Legal Geography Study Group is sponsoring three sessions in Hobart 2019:   We are pleased to announce that the Legal Geography Study Group is sponsoring three sessions in Hobart 2019. We look forward to receiving your abstracts before 28 February via the conference website https://cdesign.eventsair.com/2019-iag/abstracts and please email a copy to us Tayanah O’Donnell (tayanah.odonnell@anu.edu.au) and Jo Gillespie (Josephine.gillespie@sydney.edu.au)..
2nd CFP: Royal Geographical Society Conference (with IBG), Imperial College London, 27-30 August 2019 7th February 2019
2nd CFP: Royal Geographical Society Conference (with IBG), Imperial College London, 27-30 August 2019   Session title: Rural to where? Rural young people’s geographies in mobility, learning, trajectories and hopefulness Session organisers:  Assoc. Prof. Tracey Skelton [geost@nus.edu.sg] Jessica Clendenning [Jessica.clendenning@u.nus.edu]         Geography, National University of Singapore .
Women and Leadership Australia leadership development program funding 7th February 2019
Women & Leadership Australia leadership development program funding Funding of up to $7,000 for sciences sector women available?.
CfP IAG2019: Housing and home: Assembling geographies of emergence, divergence, and convergence 30th January 2019
Session Title: Housing and home: Assembling geographies of emergence, divergence, and convergence Institute of Australian Geographer’s Annual Conference, Hobart, Tasmania, 9-13 July 2019 Session Organisers: Tegan Bergan, Rae Dufty-Jones, Sophie-May Kerr, Kathy Mee, and Emma Power .
Cultural Geography Study Group Sessions and Events 30th January 2019
Dear Friends Best wishes for the New Year. We are delighted to sponsor 14 sessions at IAG Hobart and look forward to your abstracts by 28 February 2019. Please upload abstracts at https://cdesign.eventsair.com/2019-iag/abstracts. Details of sessions, April 2019 event and pre-conference film workshop below. Thanks Sessions organisers!.
CfP IAG2019: Critical Development Study Group Sessions 29th January 2019
IAG Critical Development Study Group Sessions Call for papers are now open for the IAG’s Annual Conference in Hobart from 9-13 July 2019! Please consider submitting an abstract to one of the sessions (co-)sponsored by the IAG Critical Development Study Group. Further details about how to submit your abstract are available at: https://cdesign.eventsair.com/2019-iag/abstracts Kind regards, Fiona Miller, Sarah Wright and Andrew Deuchar.
CfP IAG2019: Energy Geographies 29th January 2019
CFP IAG2019: Energy Geographies Call for Papers:?Institute of Australian Geographers?Hobart, July 9-13, 2019??"Energy Geographies"?? Organisers:? Heather Lovell (University of Tasmania)? Andrew Harwood (University of Tasmania).
CfP IAG2019: The Unconscious and Emerging Behaviour 29th January 2019
CFP 2019 IAG Hobart 9-13th July - The Unconscious and Emerging Behaviour The Unconscious and Emerging Behaviour (Sponsored by the Cultural Geography Study Group) Organisers: The Difference Lab.
Second CFP – Housing Theory Symposium - Housing In/formality, Sydney 30-31 May 2019 29th January 2019
Second CFP – Housing Theory Symposium "Housing In/formality", Sydney 30-31 May 2019 We would like to invite abstracts to the following CFP for the Housing Theory Symposium 2019, to be held at the University of Sydney. We also advise that papers accepted for the symposium will have the opportunity to submit to a special issue on “Informal Housing Practices” in the International Journal of Housing Policy, edited by Prof. Nicole Gurran, Dr Pranita Shrestha, and Dr Sophia Maalsen..
Call for Abstracts IAG2019: Experiments in Green Finance 28th January 2019
Call for Abstracts: Experiments in Green Finance, IAG 2019 Hobart Session Convenors: Dr Svenja Keele (University of Melbourne) and Dr Tom Baker (University of Auckland) .
CfP IAG2019: Australia’s Political-Economic Futures: Towards or Against Convergence?, IAG 2019 Hobart 28th January 2019
CFP: Australia’s Political-Economic Futures: Towards or Against Convergence?, IAG 2019 Hobart   Organisers: Sangeetha Chandrashekeran (The University of Melbourne) Sally Weller (ACU) Brendan Gleeson (University of Melbourne) .
CfP IAG2019: Sport geographies 28th January 2019
CfP: Sport geographies, IAG 2019 Hobart 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: ‘Geographies of emergence, divergence and convergence’ 28th January 2019
CFP: ‘Geographies of emergence, divergence and convergence’, IAG 2019 Hobart   Session Title: Granular Geographies: sensing the materiality of stone, sand and soil Sponsored by: the IAG Cultural Geography and the Critical Development Study Groups   Convenors: Uma Kothari (University of Manchester and University of Melbourne) and Vanessa Lamb (University of Melbourne) .
CfP IAG2019:“Disruption, transformation and innovation in the peripheries” 28th January 2019
CFP:“Disruption, transformation and innovation in the peripheries”, IAG 2019 Hobart Organisers: Kirsten Martinus (The University of Western Australia) Phillip O’Neill (Western Sydney University) .
Second call: ‘New Urban Natures: Volatile Worlds’  A Geographical Society of New South Wales (GSNSW) Symposium 28th January 2019
Second call: ‘New Urban Natures: Volatile Worlds’  A Geographical Society of New South Wales (GSNSW) Symposium   With keynote by Harriet Bulkeley (Durham University) Friday, 22 February 2019 University of Wollongong.
CfP RGSC with IBG: Rural to where? Rural young people’s geographies in mobility, learning, trajectories and hopefulness, Royal Geographical Society Conference (with IBG) 23rd January 2019
CFP: Rural to where? Rural young people’s geographies in mobility, learning, trajectories and hopefulness, Royal Geographical Society Conference (with IBG).
EOIS now open for Associate Editor of Geographical Research 23rd January 2019
Expression of Interest – Associate Editor We are now seeking expressions of interest for another associate editor for the Journal. The Associate Editor will have a specialisation and the capacity to assess papers from other parts of geography and allied fields. For example, the team has recently worked on submissions related to ecology, food security, education, development studies, geomorphology, economic geography, and GIS. .
CfP IAG2019: Spatialities of educational engagement 22nd January 2019
CFP: Spatialities of educational engagement, IAG 2019 Hobart.
CfP IAG2019: Animal urban geographies of the Global South: Making spaces for, with and by non-humans 21st January 2019
CFP: Animal urban geographies of the Global South: Making spaces for, with and by non-humans, iAG 2019 Hobart.
CfP IAG2019: Decolonising the University: Theory and Praxis 21st January 2019
CFP: Decolonising the University: Theory and Praxis Session Organisers: Michele Lobo and Kaya Barry (Sponsored by the Cultural Geography Study Group/Urban Geography Study Group) Institute of Australian Geographers Conference 2019 ‘Geographies of emergence, divergence and convergence’ 9-13  July 2019, Hobart, Tasmania  www.iagc2019.com.
CfP IAG2019: Mobilising colour in geographical research: Vibrancies, saturations, and more -than- visual methods 21st January 2019
CFP: Mobilising colour in geographical research: vibrancies, saturations, and more -than- visual methods Institute of Australian Geographers Conference 2019 ‘Geographies of emergence, divergence and convergence’ 9-13  July 2019, Hobart, Tasmania  www.iagc2019.com. Sponsored by the Cultural Geography Study .
CfP IAG2019: Place-based Climate Change Education 21st January 2019
CFP: Place-based Climate Change Education, IAG 2019 Hobart Session Title: Place-based Climate Change Education Sponsored by the Nature, Risk and Resilience Study Group.
CfP IAG2019: Research assemblages: Thinking through the production of research 21st January 2019
CFP: Research assemblages: thinking through the production of research Institute of Australian Geographers Conference 2019 ‘Geographies of emergence, divergence and convergence’ 9-13  July 2019, Hobart, Tasmania  www.iagc2019.com.
IAG 2019 Hobart: Call for Abstracts now open 21st January 2019
Dear geographers and friends of geography, we are pleased to invite abstracts for papers and/or presentations for the Institute of Australian Geographers Conference 2019 – at Wrest Point in Hobart..
2019 Applied Geography Commission (AGC) meeting: Abstracts close 1 February 20th January 2019
AGC meeting that will be L’Aquila, Italy (June 17th – 19th, 2019) and very kindly hosted by the GSSI website: https://agcigu.wordpress.com/.
For more information download this document
IAG 2019 Hobart: Cultural Study Group welcomes your session proposals (50-100 words description) 9th January 2019
The Cultural Study Group welcomes your session proposals (50-100 words description). Please get in touch and upload your session proposal on the IAG website by the extended deadline which is Thursday 10 Jan 2019. Details here: https://cdesign.eventsair.com/2019-iag/sessions . Some of you have already uploaded your sessions on the website..thanks very much! .
IGU Urban Geography Commission annual meeting 9th January 2019
IGU Urban Geography Commission annual meeting 4 to 9 August 2019 - LUXEMBOURG URBAN CHALLENGES IN A COMPLEX WORLD  Deadline for abstract submission: 31 January 2019.
2018
Dear geographers and friends of geography,
You can now register for the Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, ‘Geographies of Emergence, Divergence, and Convergence’, Hobart 9-13 July, 2019.
To register go to: https://cdesign.eventsair.com/2019-iag/registration
 
For up-to-date information about the Conference go to the conference website: http://www.iagc2019.com IAG 2019 Hobart: Conference Registrations now Open for and Call for Sessions closes 20 December 12th December 2018
Dear geographers and friends of geography, You can now register for the Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, ‘Geographies of Emergence, Divergence, and Convergence’, Hobart 9-13 July, 2019. To register go to: https://cdesign.eventsair.com/2019-iag/registration   For up-to-date information about the Conference go to the conference website: http://www.iagc2019.com.
Call for Sessions Open for IAG2019 Hobart, Tasmania 27th November 2018
Dear geographers and friends of geography, the local organising committee of the Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Hobart 9-13, 2019 is pleased to open the call for conference sessions. The theme of the conference is "Geographies of Emergence, Divergence, and Convergence"..
Australian Academy of Science - Media Release - Geography: Shaping Australia’s Future 23rd November 2018
Media Release - Australian Academy of Science - Geography: Shaping Australia’s Future November 22, 2018 .
Website: Media Release - Australian Academy of Science - Geography: Shaping Australia’s Future
Launch of Geography. Shaping Australia’s Future held at the University of Sydney 23rd November 2018
Yesterday it was a great pleasure to attend the launch of Geography. Shaping Australia’s Future held at the University of Sydney..
Launch of the Decadal Plan for Geography 23rd November 2018
The launch of the decadal plan: "Geography: Shaping Australia’s Future", prepared by the National Committee for Geographical Sciences of the Australian Academy of Science was held 22 November 2018 at University of Sydney, hosted by Future Earth Australia. The plan’s web link is: https://www.science.org.au/supporting-science/science-policy-and-sector-analysis/reports-and-publications/geography-shaping.
Expressions of Interest: Science Meets Parliament 22nd November 2018
Expressions of Interest: Science Meets Parliament Science and Technology Australia host a two-day “Science meets Parliament” event in March every year, where decision makers and professionals in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) meet to share their insights with others including Members of Parliament.  The Institute of Australian Geographers sends two delegates each year.  .
Call for nominations for the Award of the Fellowship of the Institute of Australian Geographers (FIAG) 11th August 2018
Call for nominations for the Award of the Fellowship of the Institute of Australian Geographers (FIAG)..
The 2018 Recipient of the Australia-International Medal 2nd August 2018
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Academy of Science’s, National Committee for Geography, Strategic Plan for the Geographical Sciences is now very close to publication 1st August 2018
The long awaited, and much anticipated, Academy of Science’s, National Committee for Geography, Strategic Plan for the Geographical Sciences is now very close to publication. An anticipated release date is November 2018. This important work will provide the Geography community, including the IAG, with a suite of ideas and recommendations to prompt action and garner widespread support for the discipline. .
Congratulations to award winners of the ‘Outstanding Postgraduate Student Presentation at the IAG Conference’ 1st August 2018
Congratulations to award winners of the ‘Outstanding Postgraduate Student Presentation at the IAG Conference’, for papers delivered at the joint NZGS/IAG Auckland Conference in July 2018. .
New IAG Council Members 1st August 2018
Additions, farewells and reshuffles to IAG Council: .
Next IAG Conference in Tasmania 1st August 2018
The next IAG conference is to be hosted by the University of Tasmania from July 9-3, 2019, exactly one decade since the IAG met in Hobart for this event. Keep an eye out for further updates and the invitation for abstracts. .