RGS-IBG Annual International Conference, Cardiff 2018
The RGS-IBG Annual International Conference will take place in Cardiff from Wednesday 29 to Friday 31 August 2018
The Population Geography Research Group has a busy programme of events, activities and sponsored sessions – please come along and take part!
Tuesday 28th August
Pre-conference event: Austerity politics and changing landscapes of inequality
Please find all the details about the event here. It will take place prior to the RGS-IBG Annual Conference 2018. This event brings together academic, policy and public participants to discuss these questions and the trends, experiences and challenges of austerity and inequality in a changing political landscape.
Confirmed speakers include:
Alison Stenning (University of Newcastle) Sarah Marie Hall (University of Manchester) Rory Coulter, (UCL), Sait Bayrakdar (Kings College London) and Ann Berrington (University of Southampton) Jon May (QMUL), Paul Cloke (University of Exeter), Andrew Williams (Cardiff University) and Liev Cherry (QMUL) Rosie Walker (University of Brighton), author of ‘The Rent Trap’
Wednesday 29th August
Population Geography Research Group AGM (18.45-8pm) AGM details
Housing landscapes and the life course Convenors: Rory Coulter (UCL) and Michael Thomas (Groningen) Session details
Thursday 30th August
Friday 31st August
2017 RGS IBG Annual International Conference
The 2017 Annual International Conference was held at the Royal Geographical Society in London, from Tuesday 29 August to Friday 1 September 2017.
This years conference was chaired by Sarah Radcliffe (University of Cambridge, UK). The chair’s theme was ‘Decolonising geographical knowledges: opening geography out to the world’.
International Conference on Population Geographies
A number of our members attended the 9th International Conference on Population Geographies at the University of Washington, Seattle, June 29-July 1, 2017.
The International Conference on Population Geographies is a biennial gathering of population geographers, spatial demographers and others interested in presenting papers and sharing ideas on spatial population issues.
For more information please click here