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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 "Geographical Research" and International Geography. 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.


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