Sponsored Sessions: RGS-IBG Annual Conference 2019

The HPGRG is sponsoring seven sessions at the Annual Conference of the RGS-IBG in London, in August 2019. Details of these can be found below by clicking on the respective titles.

60 Years in Geography; My Personal Experiences as a Norwegian Geographer, by Arild Holt-Jensen

Author meets readers: “Holocaust Escapees and Global Development: Hidden Histories” (2019) by David Simon

A Non-Representational Historical Geography? Archives, Affects and Atmospheres

Book Launch: Non-Representational Theory and the Creative Arts

Geographies of alienation/alienating geographies

Re-presenting Economic Geography

Starting with the end…

 

Details of the when the sessions took place can be found below:

WED Aug 28, 09:00-10:40, Sherfield/SALC Building, Room 5

A Non-Representational Historical Geography? Archives, Affects and Atmospheres (1)
Organised by: Stephen Legg & Ivan Marković (University of Nottingham)

WED Aug 28, 11:10-12:50, Sherfield/SALC Building, Room 5

A Non-Representational Historical Geography? Archives, Affects and Atmospheres (2)

Organised by: Stephen Legg & Ivan Marković (University of Nottingham)

WED Aug 28, 14:40-16:20, RGS-IBG Ondaatje Theatre

Human Geography Today: Then and Now

Organised by: Phil Emmerson (Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), UK) & Catherine Oliver (University of Birmingham, UK)

WED Aug 28, 18:45-20:00, RGS-IBG Lowther Room

Book Launch: Non-Representational Theory and the Creative Arts, edited  by Candice P. Boyd and Christian Edwardes

Organised by: Candice Boyd (The University of Melbourne, Australia) & Christian Edwardes (Arts University Bournemouth, UK)

THU Aug 29, 14:40-16:20, Skempton Building, Lecture Theatre 164

Through Troubled Times: Geography & Geographers (1979) and Political Geography: World-Economy, Nation-State, and Locality (1985)

Organised by: Colin Flint (Utah State University), Michiel van Meeteren (Loughborough University) & James Sidaway (National University of Singapore)

THU Aug 29, 16:50-18:30, Skempton Building, Lecture Theatre 164

HPGRG Keynote. Arild Holt-Jensen: 60 Years in Geography; The disciplinary memory of a Norwegian Geographer

Organised by: Michiel van Meeteren & Heike Jöns (Loughborough University)

FRI Aug 30, 11:10-12:50, RGS-IBG Education Centre

Author meets readers: David Simon’s Holocaust Escapees and Global Development: Hidden Histories

Organised by: Miles Kenney-Lazar, Felix Mallin & James Sidaway (National University of Singapore)

FRI Aug 30, 11:10-12:50, Skempton Building, Lecture Theatre 164

Re-presenting Economic Geography (1)

Organised by: Nicholas Phelps (University of Melbourne), Michiel van Meeteren (Loughborough University & Jana Kleibert (Leibniz Institute for Research on Society and Space / Humboldt University of Berlin)

FRI Aug 30, 13:10-14:25, RGS-IBG Lowther Room

History and Philosophy of Geography Research Group (HPGRG) AGM

FRI Aug 30, 14:40-16:20, Sir Alexander Fleming Building, Room 120

Starting with The End(s) (1)

Organised by Ruth Raynor & Nick Rush-Cooper (Newcastle University)

FRI Aug 30, 16:50-18:30, Sir Alexander Fleming Building, Room 120

Starting with The End(s) (2)

Organised by Ruth Raynor & Nick Rush-Cooper (Newcastle University)

FRI Aug 30, 16:50-18:30, Skempton Building, Lecture Theatre 164

Re-presenting Economic Geography (3)

Organised by: Nicholas Phelps (University of Melbourne), Michiel van Meeteren (Loughborough University & Jana Kleibert (Leibniz Institute for Research on Society and Space / Humboldt University of Berlin)

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