News Archives
2024
REMINDER: Call for nominations for awards and medals of the IAG 2024 3rd April 2024
The IAG recognise achievements by Geographers with Grants, Medals, and Awards. Members are invited to nominate their esteemed colleagues. Closing date: Friday 5th April, 2024..
EXTENSION/REMINDER to submit an Abstract to IAG 2024 in Adelaide July 1-5 2024. Many Themes and Sessions 20th March 2024
*Invitation to submit an Abstract to IAG 2024 in Adelaide July 1-5 2024. Many Themes and Sessions: http://bit.ly/3TGzVZ0 .
The call for abstracts is now open HERE
- https://au.eventscloud.com/website/2682/callforabstracts/
IAG2024: Call for Abstracts IS OPEN - deadline is Monday 25th March 2024 1st March 2024
The call for abstracts is now open HERE - https://au.eventscloud.com/website/2682/callforabstracts/ .
WEBINAR: Geographies for just outcomes for early career academics: writing for Geographical Research journal 29th February 2024
The IAG, "Geographical Research" journal, and Wiley are delighted to announce the upcoming Webinar: "Geographies for just outcomes for early career academics: writing for "Geographical Research" journal", 12 March 2024 4.30 AEST. Register for Zoom: https://bit.ly/geor2024mar.
Political Geography Study Group Award - Paper Prize 2024 27th February 2024
The Institute of Australian Geographers (IAG) Political Geography Study Group Award - will award 200 AUD to the best paper on a political geography topic published by an ECR/HDR candidate that is an active member of the IAG Political Geography Group. Entries are due by COB on the 24th of May..
Geographical Research: Volume 62(1) 2024 is out 19th February 2024
"Geographical Research" Volume 62(1) 2024 is out. Congratulations to Elaine and her Editorial team and all authors involved..
The IAG’s annual conference is the premier Australian geography conference. 
1–5 of July 2024. University of Adelaide. 
IAG2024 Conference Website Now Live. IAG2024 Conference Website Now Live 12th February 2024
The IAG’s annual conference is the premier Australian geography conference. 1–5 of July 2024. University of Adelaide. IAG2024 Conference Website Now Live..
Call for sessions for the IAG 2024 Adelaide - Critical Development Study Group 7th February 2024
The call for sessions for this year’s IAG Conference is currently open. The conference theme is ‘Scale, Solutions and Geographical Futures’, which will likely resonate with many working in development geographies..
2023
Join us next July at the IAG 2024 Conference in Adelaide. Adelaide, a UNESCO listed city for music and festivals and cited by the Wall Street Journal this year as Australia’s coolest city, will be where the next conference is held. IAG 2024: Save the date 12th November 2023
Join us next July at the IAG 2024 Conference in Adelaide. Adelaide, a UNESCO listed city for music and festivals and cited by the Wall Street Journal this year as Australia’s coolest city, will be where the next conference is held. .
Researchers have shared their stories of censorship in an ABC story. A geographer has criticised scientific censorship and agrees that researchers should have their work publicly accessible. Australian scientists share experiences about ‘gag orders’ 30th October 2023
Researchers have shared their stories of censorship in an ABC story. A geographer has criticised scientific censorship and agrees that researchers should have their work publicly accessible..
Human Geographer Professor Phil McManus chatted to us ahead of his Geographical Research webinar called ‘Infrastructures of Settler Colonialism’. He reflected upon the recent referendum, his work and geography career. GEOGRAPHY CAREERS: Professor Phil McManus 30th October 2023
Human Geographer Professor Phil McManus chatted to us ahead of his Geographical Research webinar called ‘Infrastructures of Settler Colonialism’. He reflected upon the recent referendum, his work and geography career. .
You can now submit to Geographical Research using the Research Exchange (ReX) Platform. New submission platform For Geographical Research 24th October 2023
You can now submit to Geographical Research using the Research Exchange (ReX) Platform. .
Dr Michele Lobo is an honorary Deakin University researcher and Councillor of the Institute of Australian Geographers Councillor. She is also the Chair of the IAG Equity Reference Group. GEOGRAPHY CAREERS: DR MICHELE LOBO 23rd October 2023
Dr Michele Lobo is an honorary Deakin University researcher and Councillor of the Institute of Australian Geographers Councillor. She is also the Chair of the IAG Equity Reference Group..
WEBINAR: Infrastructures of Settler Colonialism, Professor Phil McManus and Dr Naama Blatman, 2 Nov 2023 4:00 - 5:00 PM 18th October 2023
Professor Phil McManus from University of Sydney and Dr Naama Blatman from Western Sydney University will discuss "Infrastructures of Settler Colonialism". .
Professor Robyn Bartel is the Immediate Past President of the Institute of Australian Geographers (IAG). She is a legal geographer who loves a cuppa, quotes rocker Patti Smith and fondly recalls undergraduate field trips. GEOGRAPHY CAREERS: PROFESSOR ROBYN BARTEL 13th October 2023
Professor Robyn Bartel is the Immediate Past President of the Institute of Australian Geographers (IAG). She is a legal geographer who loves a cuppa, quotes rocker Patti Smith and fondly recalls undergraduate field trips. .
A passion for animals, and their interactions with humans, excites Australian geographer Professor Jen Carter. We sat down with Jen to discuss her research interests, career and insights into geography fields that make up the geography community. GEOGRAPHY CAREERS: IAG PRESIDENT PROFESSOR JEN CARTER 28th September 2023
A passion for animals, and their interactions with humans, excites Australian geographer Professor Jen Carter. We sat down with Jen to discuss her research interests, career and insights into geography fields that make up the geography community..
The RGS-IBG Annual International Conference is a major event for the global geography community. The IAG’s Professor Elaine Stratford presented at this year’s event in London and has reflected on her experience. 2023 RGS-IBG Conference insights from Australian geographer 21st September 2023
The RGS-IBG Annual International Conference is a major event for the global geography community. The IAG’s Professor Elaine Stratford presented at this year’s event in London and has reflected on her experience..
As Australia’s 2023 referendum nears, IAG Councillor Dr Michele Lobo has reflected upon the conversations happening within the media and society. Australian geographer reflects upon the referendum 19th September 2023
As Australia’s 2023 referendum nears, IAG Councillor Dr Michele Lobo has reflected upon the conversations happening within the media and society. .
In the wake of the excitement around the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, we talked to two Griffith University geographers. The researchers are interested in how women’s sport can influence ‘spaces’ and discussed how mentors have impacted on their work. GEOGRAPHY CAREERS: INTERVIEW WITH DR ADELE PAVLIDIS AND DR DITI BHATTACHARYA ON WOMEN IN SPORT 14th September 2023
In the wake of the excitement around the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, we talked to two Griffith University geographers. The researchers are interested in how women’s sport can influence ‘spaces’ and discussed how mentors have impacted on their work..
WEBINAR: Making ‘space’ for women and girls in sport: an agenda for Australian geography, Dr Adele Pavlidis and Dr Diti Bhattacharya, 26 September 2023 5:00 - 6:00 PM 4th September 2023
In the afterglow of the FIFA Women’s World Cup "Geographical Research", Wiley and the Institute of Australian Geographers are hosting a conversation about women and girls in sport..
Flexibility has been a recurring theme in economic geography. Organisers of an upcoming one-day workshop in Brisbane are calling for submissions from potential attendees. Calling for Economic Geographers’ observations on flexibility 29th August 2023
Flexibility has been a recurring theme in economic geography. Organisers of an upcoming one-day workshop in Brisbane are calling for submissions from potential attendees..
We interviewed Scientia Associate Professor Paul Munro ahead of his webinar for Geographical Research. He shared career insights and noted the satisfaction he gains helping students. Geography Careers: Scientia Associate Professor Paul Munro 18th August 2023
We interviewed Scientia Associate Professor Paul Munro ahead of his webinar for Geographical Research. He shared career insights and noted the satisfaction he gains helping students..
August 2023 IAG Newsletter item: Uni and AGTA news 14th August 2023
Geography news from Australian universities and the Australian Geography Teachers Association (AGTA). .
IAG2023: Travel Grant reports 14th August 2023
The recipient's of the IAG travel grants have shared their reports. Read about their conference experiences and how the funding made an impact..
Geographical Research: Vol. 61, No. 3, August 2023 is published 7th August 2023
Table of Contents Alert: Geographical Research, Vol. 61, No. 3, August 2023.
Reminder: Calling for Submissions for the next IAG Newsletter - August 2023 6th August 2023
Reminder: Calling for Submissions for the next IAG Newsletter - August 2023 Do you have news to share for the next IAG Newsletter which will be released in late August? The deadline for your news is 11 August 2023..
WEBINAR: Energy geographies of justice, access, and poverty: the solar object in Africa, Dr Paul Munro, 22 August 2023 1:00 - 2:00 PM 1st August 2023
Upcoming Geographical Research Wiley Webinar: Energy geographies of justice, access, and poverty: the solar object in Africa Dr Paul Munro, Scientia Associate Professor and DECRA research fellow within the Environment and Society Group at the University of New South Wales.
Adelaide has been announced as the location of the 2024 Institute of Australian Geographer’s Conference. The conference will be held in July 2024, with dates and registration information to be announced soon. 2024 IAG conference location announced 28th July 2023
Adelaide has been announced as the location of the 2024 Institute of Australian Geographer’s Conference. The conference will be held in July 2024, with dates and registration information to be announced soon. .
IAG2023: Congratulations to IAG Award winners 8th July 2023
2023 IAG Award winners celebrated at IAG2023 Conference Dinner in Perth..
IAG2023: Media Release: Award recipients celebrate at geography’s ‘night of nights’ 7th July 2023
Last night, the ‘world of geography’ celebrated some of the discipline’s best and brightest at the annual awards night of the Institute of Australian Geographers (IAG) conference. The awards night and prizes highlight the outstanding achievements of the past year and leads to the final day of the conference..
IAG2023: Dr Emma Ligtermoet, CSIRO Postdoctoral Fellow gives the Fay Gale Memorial Lecture to conference delegates 6 July 2023 6th July 2023
IAG2023: Dr Emma Ligtermoet, CSIRO Postdoctoral Fellow gives the Fay Gale Memorial Lecture to conference delegates 6 July 2023..
IAG2023: Meet the Chair of the Equity Reference Group of the IAG @ Welcoming equity yarns, ‘adda’ and chatter’, Thursday 6 July, 10:25am-11:25am, Room 418.206 6th July 2023
MEET THE TEAM: IAG Councillor Dr @michelelobo29 from @Deakin .
IAG2023: Geographer Professor Matthew Tonts, Chair of WA’s Environment Protection Authority, reflects on conference themes on co-existence and collaboration 5th July 2023
Geographer Professor Matthew Tonts, Chair of WA’s Environment Protection Authority, reflects on IAG2023 conference themes on co-existence and collaboration ..
A major event in Perth is bringing together more than 200 experts in geography from Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Europe, England, Asia, South Africa and the USA. IAG2023: Media release: Hundreds of geography experts gather in Perth 4th July 2023
A major event in Perth is bringing together more than 200 experts in geography from Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Europe, England, Asia, South Africa and the USA. .
Call for Papers International Conference on River Islands Redefining the Anthropocene October 16-17, 2023 Ashoka University, Haryana, India 26th June 2023
Call for Papers International Conference on River Islands Redefining the Anthropocene October 16-17, 2023 Ashoka University, Haryana, India Please submit your abstract (between 350-500 words) by July 20, and the full paper by Sep 30. You can submit your abstract as well as write to us for any further query at: riverislandsconference@ashoka.edu.in The venue for the conference is Ashoka University campus, Sonipat, Haryana (https://www.ashoka.edu.in/contact-us/)..
IAG2023: Institute of Australian Geographers Equity Reference Group: Welcoming equity yarns, ‘adda’ and chatter, 6 July 2023 22nd June 2023
‘Welcoming equity yarns, ‘adda’ and chatter’ at the IAG Perth Conference¿Date: Thursday 6 July.
Geographical Research: New Commentary: Living with anthropogenic climate change 30th May 2023
Geographical Research: New Commentary: Living with anthropogenic climate change.
Geographical Research: Volume 61(2) is out 29th May 2023
Geographical Research: Volume 61(2) is out..
WEBINAR: In Conversation: Progressive Legal Geographies May 30 2023 26th May 2023
WEBINAR: In Conversation: Progressive Legal Geographies May 30 2023 4:00 - 6:00 PM.
IAG2023: Pre-conference and Post-conference Events 25th May 2023
IAG2023: Pre-conference and Post-conference Events.
IGU: Upcoming events involving the IGU 24th May 2023
Upcoming events involving the IGU..
WEBINAR: “If nothing changes, how long have we got?” Responding to children’s questions on climate change through Curious Climate Schools, Mar 21 2023 04:00 to 05:30 PM 10th March 2023
Topic: “If nothing changes, how long have we got?” Responding to children’s questions on climate change through Curious Climate Schools.
IAG2023: CALL FOR IAG TRAVEL GRANTS FOR POSTGRADUATE MEMBERS 6th March 2023
The IAG supports the active participation of its postgraduate members.  To further this aim the IAG provides travel grants to assist eligible Research Higher Degree students to attend the annual IAG National Conference. Closing Date: Friday 5 May, 2023.
IAG2023: Postgrad Day Tuesday 4th July 2023 2nd March 2023
The 2023 IAG Postgrad Day is an excellent opportunity for networking with your fellow postgraduate Geographers, building connections, sharing experiences, while also further developing skills relevant to research..
AWARDS: Call for Nominations for Awards and Medals of the IAG 2023 20th February 2023
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS FOR AWARDS AND MEDALS OF THE IAG for 2023. The closing date for all nominations is Friday 28 April 2023..
Geographical Research: Now released Volume 61(1) 9th February 2023
Geographical Research: Now released Volume 61(1).
IAG2023: CFP IAG2023 PERTH – 8 sessions sponsored by the Cultural Geography Study Group 9th February 2023
CFP IAG2023 PERTH – 8 sessions sponsored by the Cultural Geography Study Group.
IAG2023: Call for Abstracts Opening Thursday, 9 February 2023! 9th February 2023
IAG2023: Call for Abstracts Opening Thursday, 9 February 2023.
IAG2023: Worlds of Work: Session co-sponsored by the IAG Cultural Geography Study Group and the IAG Urban Geography Study Group 9th February 2023
IAG2023: Worlds of Work: Session co-sponsored by the IAG Cultural Geography Study Group and the IAG Urban Geography Study Group.
WEBINAR: Flourish or Flounder - Geography education and the discipline's future Feb 15, 2023 2nd February 2023
Topic: Flourish or Flounder - Geography education and the discipline's future Time: Feb 15, 2023 04:30-06:00 PM Hobart.
CONGRATULATIONS TO PROFESSOR RICHIE HOWITT 28th January 2023
On behalf of the IAG, I extend the warmest congratulations to Emeritus Professor Richie Howitt AM for his Australia Day award as Member (AM) in the General Division of the Order of Australia..
Distinguished Lecture Series on Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development 23rd January 2023
The International Science Council (ISC) has just published announcements about the Distinguished Lecture Series on “Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development” that is being organised by nine of its scientific councils, including the International Geographical Union (IGU), the International Union of Geological Sciences (IUGS) and the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG). .
2022
IAG2023: Institute of Australian Geographers Conference 4-7 July 2023 - Call for Sessions - Extension 22nd December 2022 16th December 2022
After requests today, the Call for Sessions for the Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Perth 4 – 7 July has been extended until 22 December 2022..
PUBLISHED: IAG Newsletter No. 95 December 2022 10th December 2022
Our newsletter continues to be the key means by which members can be informed of research and initiatives, and connect with others..
As part of an Australian Research Council project on water cultures of the Murray Darling Basin, geographers (Sue Jackson, Lesley Head) and environmental historians (Katie Holmes, Ruth Morgan) have established a Water Cultures Network. Joining the new Water Cultures Network 7th December 2022
As part of an Australian Research Council project on water cultures of the Murray Darling Basin, geographers (Sue Jackson, Lesley Head) and environmental historians (Katie Holmes, Ruth Morgan) have established a Water Cultures Network. .
Geographical Research: Excited to share our new look GR cover for issues published in 2023 onwards 5th December 2022
Excited to share our new look GR cover for issues published in 2023 onwards.
Geographical Research: A special, Virtual 60th anniversary issue goes live 1st December 2022
Join us in celebrating 60 years of Geographical Research..
New Edges Economic Geography: An Australasian - Pacific Symposium - One Day Symposium on Thursday 1 December, Madsen Building, University of Sydney 14th November 2022
New Edges Economic Geography: An Australasian - Pacific Symposium - One Day Symposium on Thursday 1 December, Madsen Building, University of Sydney. Hosted by School of Geosciences, University of Sydney. Under the aegis of the @InstAustGeog's Economic Geography Study Group (EGSG). The hashtag for the event is #EGSG2022.
Geographical Research Editorial team are delighted to advise that their second Festschrift leads a Virtual issue celebrating Jamie Kirkpatrick’s contributions to Festschrift initiative: Celebrating Distinguished Professor Jamie Kirkpatrick AM 9th November 2022
Geographical Research Editorial team are delighted to advise that their second Festschrift leads a Virtual issue celebrating Jamie Kirkpatrick’s contributions to "Geographical Research" and International Geography. .
IAG2023 will coincide with the Australia and New Zealand Association of Planning Schools (ANZAPS) Meeting in Perth. ANZAPS is now seeking interested participants. Call for Participants Australia and New Zealand Association of Planning Schools (ANZAPS) Meeting 1-2 July 2023, Perth 8th November 2022
IAG2023 will coincide with the Australia and New Zealand Association of Planning Schools (ANZAPS) Meeting in Perth. ANZAPS is now seeking interested participants..
WEBINAR VIDEO: Poles apart: Geographical and other insights, with Professors Klaus Dodds [RHUL] and Elizabeth Leane [UTAS] 7th November 2022
Poles apart: Geographical and other insights, with Professors Klaus Dodds [RHUL] and Elizabeth Leane [UTAS] is now available as a video..
Volume 60(4) of Geographical Research is out! wonderful and engaging #papers discussing a wide range of topics. Thanks to authors, reviewers, and the editorial and production teams. Volume 60(4) of Geographical Research is out! 6th November 2022
Volume 60(4) of Geographical Research is out! wonderful and engaging #papers discussing a wide range of topics. Thanks to authors, reviewers, and the editorial and production teams..
IAG Urban Geography Study Group launches Twitter account 5th November 2022
IAG Urban Geography Study Group launches Twitter account.
Griffith University has launched a Water Cultures Murray Darling Basin (MDB) network for people who are researching the MDB. Launch of Water Cultures Murray Darling Basin (MDB) Network 4th November 2022
Griffith University has launched a Water Cultures Murray Darling Basin (MDB) network for people who are researching the MDB..
The Royal Geographical Society (in London) has an online exhibition about their Great Barrier Reef Expedition of 1928/29. ONLINE EXHIBITION: The Royal Geographical Society (in London) Great Barrier Reef Expedition of 1928/29 2nd November 2022
The Royal Geographical Society (in London) has an online exhibition about their Great Barrier Reef Expedition of 1928/29..
Institute of Australian Geographers Conference 2023 - Call for Sessions
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. IAG2023: Institute of Australian Geographers Conference 4-7 July 2023 - Call for Sessions - Close 16th December 2022 29th October 2022
Institute of Australian Geographers Conference 2023 - Call for Sessions 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..
Join Geographical Research journal, the Institute of Australian Geographers, and Wiley as we host an exciting conversation about polar studies with Elizabeth Leane and Klaus Dodds. WEBINAR: Poles apart: geographical and other insights, 25 October 2022 28th September 2022
Join Geographical Research journal, the Institute of Australian Geographers, and Wiley as we host an exciting conversation about polar studies with Elizabeth Leane and Klaus Dodds..
Vale Emeritus Professor Malcolm (Mal) Ian Logan AC 21st September 2022
https://www.monash.edu/vale/home/articles/vale-emeritus-professor-malcolm-ian-logan-ac.
The Royal Geographical Society of Queensland and the University of Queensland School of Earth and Environmental Sciences have organised a public forum to address these questions. We have assembled an excellent panel of prominent speakers to present some critical perspectives. We hope you can join us for this important event. UPCOMING FORUM: Is Queensland prepared for a warming climate?, Saturday 29 October 2022 20th September 2022
The Royal Geographical Society of Queensland and the University of Queensland School of Earth and Environmental Sciences have organised a public forum to address these questions. We have assembled an excellent panel of prominent speakers to present some critical perspectives. We hope you can join us for this important event..
Vale Emeritus Professor Joseph Powell 20th September 2022
Vale Emeritus Professor Joseph Powell 27 December 1938 – 7 July 2022 Joe Powell, Emeritus Professor of Geography at Monash University, passed away on 7th July this year. .
Save the date for IAG2023 - 4-7 July 2023
IAG2023 is co-hosted by Curtin University and the University of Western Australia. It will be held in the new Design and Built Environment building on Curtin University’s Bentley Campus. Save the date for IAG2023 - 4-7 July 2023 16th September 2022
Save the date for IAG2023 - 4-7 July 2023 IAG2023 is co-hosted by Curtin University and the University of Western Australia. It will be held in the new Design and Built Environment building on Curtin University’s Bentley Campus..
Sincere apologies | Flounder or Flourish webinar postponed
Our sincere apologies but we need to postpone the September webinar on Flounder or Flourish in support of panellists who have urgent carer responsibilities to now attend to. We hope to reschedule the gathering in mid-November. POSTPONED WEBINAR: Topic: Flounder or flourish? Geography education and the discipline's future 13th September 2022
Sincere apologies | Flounder or Flourish webinar postponed Our sincere apologies but we need to postpone the September webinar on Flounder or Flourish in support of panellists who have urgent carer responsibilities to now attend to. We hope to reschedule the gathering in mid-November..
IGU-UGI e-Newsletter - August 2022
Published: IGU-UGI e-Newsletter - August 2022 2nd September 2022
IGU-UGI e-Newsletter - August 2022 .
Website: IGU-UGI e-Newsletter - August 2022
Obituaries: Yi-Fu Tuan, Virginia Spate, and Colin Sale 30th August 2022
Obituaries: Yi-Fu Tuan, Virginia Spate, and Colin Sale Three very different “geographers” with Australian credentials died last week..
Please see latest edition of the IAG Newsletter:
IAG Newsletter No. 94 August 2022
Published: IAG Newsletter No. 94 August 2022 21st August 2022
Please see latest edition of the IAG Newsletter: IAG Newsletter No. 94 August 2022 .
*DATE/TIME Change for WEBINAR: Topic: Publishing 101: A step-by-step workshop [for new and established writers alike]
will now take place on Thursday 25 August at 4:30pm - 6.00 pm** *DATE/TIME Change for WEBINAR: Topic: Publishing 101: A step-by-step workshop [for new and established writers alike], Thursday 25 August 16th August 2022
*DATE/TIME Change for WEBINAR: Topic: Publishing 101: A step-by-step workshop [for new and established writers alike] will now take place on Thursday 25 August at 4:30pm - 6.00 pm**.
Congratulations to Distinguished Emeritus Professor Iain Hay
Awarded Australia-International Medal for 2022.
Announced at IAG Conference in Armidale to Iain via Zoom. Congratulations: Awarded Australia-International Medal for 2022 5th August 2022
Congratulations to Distinguished Emeritus Professor Iain Hay Awarded Australia-International Medal for 2022. Announced at IAG Conference in Armidale to Iain via Zoom..
Congratulations to Redmond Barry Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Geography Ruth Fincher (AM) 2022
Awarded Griffith Taylor Medal for 2022.
Announced at IAG Conference in Armidale to Ruth via Zoom. Congratulations: Awarded Griffith Taylor Medal for 2022 5th August 2022
Congratulations to Redmond Barry Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Geography Ruth Fincher (AM) 2022 Awarded Griffith Taylor Medal for 2022. Announced at IAG Conference in Armidale to Ruth via Zoom..
Publishing 101: A step-by-step workshop [for new and established writers alike]
This free, openly accessible, webinar is focused on the needs of new writers, established writers wanting a refresher, and anyone interested in writing, editing, and publishing! WEBINAR: Topic: Publishing 101: A step-by-step workshop [for new and established writers alike] 3rd August 2022
Publishing 101: A step-by-step workshop [for new and established writers alike] This free, openly accessible, webinar is focused on the needs of new writers, established writers wanting a refresher, and anyone interested in writing, editing, and publishing! .
Congratulations: IAG Conference Outstanding Postgraduate Presentation Award 2nd August 2022
We are delighted to announce the recipients of the Outstanding Postgraduate Presentation Award from the IAG Conference held in Armidale in July..
Funding opportunities: 2022-2023 Theo Murphy Initiative (Australia) 21st July 2022
The 2022-2023 Theo Murphy Initiative (Australia) has now opened. This round has adopted a different approach focusing on three funding streams. .
Geographical Research: New Editorial Board 20th July 2022
Geographical Research: New Editorial Board.
Calling for submissions for the next IAG Newsletter - August 2022 15th July 2022
Calling for submissions for the next IAG Newsletter - August 2022.
The Institute of Australian Geographers, Geographical Research journal, and Wiley publishers are delighted to announce a new webinar focusing on innovation in the periphery. We launched the webinar series last year and we encourage your participation in these events. WEBINAR: Topic: In conversation: Disruption, transformation, and innovation in the periphery, 28 July 2022 15th July 2022
The Institute of Australian Geographers, Geographical Research journal, and Wiley publishers are delighted to announce a new webinar focusing on innovation in the periphery. We launched the webinar series last year and we encourage your participation in these events..
Congratulations: ISC Fellowship for Australian Geographer 5th July 2022
Distinguished Australian Geographer Ruth Fincher, has been admitted as one of the first 66 Fellows of the International Science Council..
IAG2022: Revised IAG/Armidale 2022 conference programme available for viewing 29th June 2022
IAG2022: Revised IAG/Armidale 2022 conference programme available for viewing/final call for registrations.
IAG2022: DRAFT Programme 8th June 2022
The draft conference programme is now available for viewing at: bit.ly/3xHBlpv See the link at the bottom of the front page below 'Program' and click through. Any questions or comments? Please email Neil Argent at nargent@une.edu.au Best wishes Neil.
Recently Published: INTERNATIONAL GEOGRAPHICAL UNION UNION GEOGRAPHIQUE INTERNATIONALE e-Newsletter — May 2022 Recently Published: INTERNATIONAL GEOGRAPHICAL UNION UNION GEOGRAPHIQUE INTERNATIONALE e-Newsletter — May 2022 25th May 2022
Recently Published: INTERNATIONAL GEOGRAPHICAL UNION UNION GEOGRAPHIQUE INTERNATIONALE e-Newsletter — May 2022.
IGU Election Success for Professor Phil McManus 24th May 2022
IGU Election Success for Professor Phil McManus. Phil McManus (Sydney) has been elected Vice-President of the International Geographical Union..
IAG2022: Looming deadlines for the IAG 2022 Conference, Armidale 20th May 2022
Just a little reminder that the deadline for abstract submission is the 31st May. This will be a firm deadline. The deadline for early bird registrations is also the 31st May. The formal acceptance of abstracts will be sent out this weekend..
Extension to Deadline: CALL FOR IAG TRAVEL GRANTS FOR POSTGRADUATE MEMBERS 16th May 2022
CALL FOR IAG TRAVEL GRANTS FOR POSTGRADUATE MEMBERS How to apply for funding: **Login to the IAG website to view the online application form Complete the application form at the following link with deadline extended to Friday 31 May, 2022: https://www.iag.org.au/iag-postgraduate-travel-grant-application.
IAG2022: Deadline Further Extension Abstracts, IAG 2022 Conference, Armidale 11th May 2022
**Deadline for Submission of Abstracts to IAG2022 to be held in Armidale has been further extended to 31st May** .
Latest IAG Newsletter now available: No. 93 May 2022 10th May 2022
Latest IAG Newsletter now available: https://www.iag.org.au/newsletters .
CALL FOR IAG NOMINATIONS - IAG Council 9th May 2022
Reminder: Call for IAG Nominations.
WEBINAR SERIES: Topic: Flood 8th April 2022
The Institute of Australian Geographers, Geographical Research journal, and Wiley publishers are delighted to announce a new webinar focusing on floods..
Request for Information for the April Edition of the IAG Newsletter 16th March 2022
Request for Information for the April Edition of the IAG Newsletter. Please ensure that you send me your information by COB Monday April 11th 2022..
IAG2022: Abstract Submission Now Open, IAG 2022 Conference, Armidale 11th March 2022
Abstract Submission Now Open, IAG 2022 Conference, Armidale..
WEBINAR SERIES: Topic: Decolonising the university from the Antipodes 11th March 2022
Webinar - 31 March 2022 04:00-5:30 PM AEDT Topic: Decolonising the university from the Antipodes.
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS FOR AWARDS AND MEDALS OF THE IAG 28th January 2022
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS FOR AWARDS AND MEDALS OF THE IAG The closing date for all nominations is Friday 22 April, 2022. Details of all awards, including nomination details and requirements, are available from: https://www.iag.org.au/grants--medals---awards Nominations should be sent to the Honorary Secretary, Kirsten Martinus at kirsten.martinus@uwa.edu.au.
2021
Edition 92 - IAG Newsletter out now!
Edition 92 - IAG Newsletter out now! 15th December 2021
Edition 92 - IAG Newsletter out now! .
The Institute of Australian Geographers, Geographical Research journal, and Wiley publishers are delighted to announce a new webinar series focusing on geography’s orbit and horizons. We warmly invite participation in these events, starting with our first, detailed below.
In conversation with Lauren Rickards, 3 November, 2021. WEBINAR SERIES: Topic: In conversation with Lauren Rickards – climate change, the Academy, and COP26 6th December 2021
The Institute of Australian Geographers, Geographical Research journal, and Wiley publishers are delighted to announce a new webinar series focusing on geography’s orbit and horizons. We warmly invite participation in these events, starting with our first, detailed below. In conversation with Lauren Rickards, 3 November, 2021..
The local organising committee of the Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, to be held at the University of New England, Armidale, 5-8 July, 2022, is pleased to announce the call for conference session proposals. The closing date for proposals is the 14th January 2022. Call for Sessions for IAG 2022 Conference, Armidale, now open! 2nd December 2021
The local organising committee of the Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, to be held at the University of New England, Armidale, 5-8 July, 2022, is pleased to announce the call for conference session proposals. The closing date for proposals is the 14th January 2022..
Edition 92 - IAG Newsletter - Material Needed 24th November 2021
Information is needed from individuals, Disciplines and Study Groups for the December Edition of the IAG Newsletter. Please email anything newsworthy to meg.sherval@newcastle.edu.au by December 12th. All good wishes, Meg/.
Announcing a new webinar series focusing on geography’s orbit and horizons 15th October 2021
The Institute of Australian Geographers, Geographical Research journal, and Wiley publishers are delighted to announce a new webinar series focusing on geography’s orbit and horizons. We warmly invite participation in these events..
Geographical Research is turning 60 in 2022 and you are invited to join the celebration 8th October 2021
Guess who’s turning 60! To mark and celebrate this anniversary year, the journal team, the IAG, and Wiley are joining together to curate a special fifth issue of the journal. That issue will continue to advance innovative, theoretically informed, methodologically rigorous, high-quality work that shows the strength and diversity of all parts of the discipline and be produced in December following publication of the usual February, May, August, and November issues..
Edition 91 - IAG Newsletter out now! 25th August 2021
Edition 91, August 2021 IAG Newsletter.
For more information download this document
IAG/NZGS 2021 Combined Conference moves online 29th June 2021
IAG NZGS 2021 Combined Conference moves online Due to the recent changes to Covid-19 restrictions for Greater Sydney, the IAG/NZGS Conference Organising Committee/The University of Sydney reached the difficult decision to move this year’s conference to online only.  You can still register for this entirely online conference – see: https://www.sydney.edu.au/science/news-and-events/events/iagnzgs2021-conference.html.
IAGNZGS2021 Conference Earlybird Registration closes 17th May 2021 12th May 2021
We are very excited about the Institute of Australian Geographers & New Zealand Geographical Society Combined Conference 6–9 July, 2021 ¿to be held at the University of Sydney and online. *Earlybird Registration has already been extended but closes on Monday 17th May 2021.
IAG Travel Grants for Postgraduate Members for IAG/NZGS Conference in Sydney, NSW, 6-9 July 2021 29th March 2021
IAG Travel Grants for Postgraduate Members for IAG/NZGS Conference in Sydney, NSW, 6-9 July 2021 How to apply for funding Complete the application form at the following link no later than Friday 23 April 2021: https://www.iag.org.au/iag-postgraduate-travel-grant-application.
Call for Nominations for Awards and Medals of the IAG 18th March 2021
Members are invited to nominate their esteemed colleagues for the IAG awards..
Call for Abstracts IAGNZGS2021 23rd February 2021
Call for abstracts Institute of Australian Geographers (IAG) and New Zealand Geographical Society (NZGS) Combined Conference 2021 Theme:  Remembering, reimagining geography Venues: The University of Sydney and online Dates: 6-9 July, 2021 https://www.sydney.edu.au/science/news-and-events/events/iagnzgs2021-conference.html .
Reminder: the IAGNZGS Call for Sessions closes 15th February 2021 31st January 2021
Reminder: the Call for Sessions closes 15th February, 2021 – please see https://www.sydney.edu.au/science/news-and-events/events/iagnzgs2021-conference.html.
2020
ANNOUNCEMENT: 2021 IAG/NZGS Conference theme: “Remembering, reimagining geography” 20th November 2020
We are very pleased to announce the conference title, theme, dates and venue for the 2021 IAG/NZGS Conference. Further details will be provided over the coming weeks and months but please mark these dates in your diaries and promote this event among your networks. The 2021 combined Australian and New Zealand Geography Conference will take place at the University of Sydney from 6 July – 9 July 2021 on the stolen, unceded lands of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation..
NOW AVAILABLE: Geographical Research Vol 58, No 3 23rd August 2020
Geographical Research: Vol 58, No 3 is now available to browse and read: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/toc/17455871/2020/58/3?campaign=woletoc.
 
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