Call for Papers

The Postgraduate Forum are delighted to announce the Sessions that we will be sponsoring at this year’s RGS-IBG Annual Conference which will be held in London between the 30th August and the 2nd September. This year we are sponsoring/co-sponsoring 9 sessions at the conference. Below are the details of the sessions and the calls for papers.

Clicking the name of the session will take you to more information. For further information please contact the session convenor(s).

Session Title Sponsoring Groups Convenor(s) Deadline for submission
Drones and Geography: Moving Beyond Military Applications PGF

HPGRG

Neil Waghorn (njw10@aber.ac.uk)

Anna Jackman (ahj203@exeter.ac.uk)

8th February 2016
New and Emerging Research in Gender and Feminist Geography PGF

GFGRG

Eveleigh Buck-Matthews (ab7996@coventry.ac.uk)

Heather Jeffrey (H.Jeffrey@MDX.AC.UK)

14th February 2016
The landscapes of Leisure and Tourism PGF

GLTRG

Eveleigh Buck-Matthews (ab7996@coventry.ac.uk)

Heather Jeffrey (H.Jeffrey@MDX.AC.UK)

14th February 2016
Provocations and Possibilities of ‘Nexus Thinking’: Postgraduate Snapshots PGF

SCGRG

Katie Ledingham (KAL210@exeter.ac.uk)

Phil Emmerson (pxe991@bham.ac.uk)

16th February 2016
Methodological Innovation in Postgraduate Research PGF Phil Emmerson (pxe991@bham.ac.uk) 17th February 2016
Postgraduate Impacts – Thinking beyond the thesis PGF Phil Emmerson (pxe991@bham.ac.uk)

Sophie Shuttleworth (s.shuttleworth.1@research.gla.ac.uk)

28th March 2016
Creativity, creative practice and improvisation within research methods – What happens when we get artistic with our research? PGF Nerida Godfrey (n.godfrey@unsw.edu.au)

Elena Lydia Kreusch (ena@kreativkultur.org)

14th February 2016
Contemporary and future debates for postgraduate population geography PGF

PGRG

Catherine Waite (C.A.Waite@lboro.ac.uk) 12th February 2016
Participatory Geographies, academia and activism PGF

PyGyRG

Catherine Oliver (CCO113@bham.ac.uk) 14th February 2016