[csaa-forum] ads for events for newsletter

Chris Gibson ChrisG at fbe.unsw.edu.au
Tue Oct 5 10:34:37 CST 2004

hi greg

i think this just squeezes in. they'll miss the advertised date for getting abstracts together, but we'd probably accept late ones if people are interested...i've said for ppl to email me if that's the case.


Call for Abstracts and Registration: 
Institute of Australian Geographers Cultural Geography Study Group 
Annual conference: 'Speaking through cultural geography' 
December 2-3, 2004 University of Tasmania, Hobart. 

This two-day conference will bring together cultural geographers to focus on the various ways in which 'the cultural' has enabled geographical research agendas and facilitated the articulation of multiple academic and non-academic voices. 

Abstracts are welcome on the following themes: 
- constructions of 'the cultural' 
- speaking out through 'the cultural': multiple voices and agendas 
- the practice of cultural geography 
- non-representational theory and 'the cultural' 
- the researcher and the researched: roles and identities in cultural geographical research. 

A major aim of this conference is to provide a forum for postgraduate students, academics and other researchers to discuss their work and ideas in a collegiate and supportive environment. Thus, participants may submit abstracts on an element of their thesis topic or recent research project, irrespective of the above themes. Discussion pieces or commentaries are also just as welcome as papers on particular case study-based projects. Workshops are planned for the second day of the conference on publishing, writing and career development in cultural geography. 

Please register for the conference and/or submit your abstract online at <http://www.geol.utas.edu.au/geography/iag_form.htm> by Friday November 5. If submitting later than this date, please email Chris Gibson at the email address below for further information.

A link from that website also outlines accommodation options in Hobart. Please contact Chris.Gibson at unsw.edu.au <mailto:Chris.Gibson at unsw.edu.au> or Elaine.Stratford at utas.edu.au <mailto:Elaine.Stratford at utas.edu.au> if you have any questions about the conference.

Dr Chris Gibson
Senior Lecturer
Geography Program
Faculty of the Built Environment
Red Centre West Wing
University of New South Wales
NSW 2052
Ph: +61 2 9385 4393
Fax: +61 2 9385 4507
cgibson at unsw.edu.au

Staff homepage:
Convenor, IAG Cultural Geography Study Group
Hon. Secretary, Geographical Society of NSW

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Subject: [csaa-forum] ads for events for newsletter

Hi all

I'm putting together the CSAA newsletter this week and wanted to know 
if there were any events that people wish to advertise in the 
newsletter - conferences, workshops, CFPs, etc

Given that the newsletter may take 3 weeks to get out, please only 
send me details of events from no earlier than, say, mid-November. 
Include 2005 events by all means!

Dr Greg Noble

School of Humanities             	ph:     (02) 47 360 365
University of Western Sydney
C Bldg, Kingswood campus
Locked Bag 1797                     	email: g.noble at uws.edu.au
Penrith South DC
NSW 1797

Researcher, Centre for Cultural Research
Parramatta Campus, UWS

Co-author of Bin Laden in the Suburbs: Criminalising the Arab Other 
(Sydney Institute of Criminology, 2004)

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