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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/
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 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. Congratulations to Elaine and her Editorial team and all authors involved. 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.
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.


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