30 January 2020
Please see here the PopGRG sponsored sessions that are currently advertising their Call for Papers.
Please contact session conveners if you would like to submit a paper by the advertised deadlines.
We are also sponsoring a session showcasing postgraduate research in population geography – more details to follow!
22nd January 2020
Congratulations to Joshua Yee Pin Yi (University College London) for winning the The Bob Woods Postgraduate Dissertation Prize 2019. Read more about Joshua’s dissertation here
19th December 2019
Calling Population Geographers everywhere! As we enter the final throes of the ‘twenty-teens’, we at the Population Geography Research Group are feeling reflective. To kickstart those preparations as we enter a new decade, we want to hear from you. We invite our community of population geographers, young and old, new and established, to join us in reflecting on the past decade, but also on what you think the key issue(s) of the next will be?
10th October 2019
We have a new blog post! Take a look at our homepage or click here for reflections and highlights from this year’s conference.
12th September 2019
Following our AGM last month, we say farewell and thank you to Andreas Culora and Nik Lomax who have stepped down from the committee this year. We also offer a warm welcome to all the new (and returning) committee members to the 2019/2020 Committee. For details of the committee see here. Draft minutes of the AGM can be found here
30th August 2019
Thanks to all those who convened sessions and presented papers in our PGRG sponsored sessions at this weeks RGS-IBG Annual Conference in London. We’ve had a great week and look forward to sharing more about it through our blog in the Autumn.
12th July 2019
The 2019 RGS-IBG Annual International Conference is fast approaching! The programme has now been published and we are looking forward to a packed programme of events including many opportunities to support and promote population geographers. Please join us for our sessions and the Annual General Meeting on Wednesday Evening from 18:45-20:00.
For a summary of our sponsored sessions please see the following link PGRG Sessions 2019
29th May 2019
Since many of us are currently immersed in dissertation marking, I thought that now might be an opportune time to encourage you to considering entering any of your outstanding student dissertations for the PGRG undergraduate and postgraduate prizes. These are the Joanna Stillwell Undergraduate Dissertation Prize and The Bob Woods Postgraduate Dissertation Prize (see https://popgeog.org/prizes/). These prestigious prizes each carry an award of £100.
Please note that we can only accept one submission per institution. Please send submissions directly to me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadlines are as follows;
- Joanna Stillwell Undergraduate Dissertation Prize: midday on 12th July 2019
- The Bob Woods Postgraduate Dissertation Prize: midday on 31st December 2019
12th February 2019
Congratulations to Gordon McLachlan (University of Leeds) for winning the The Bob Woods Postgraduate Dissertation Prize 2018. To find out more about Gordon please see here
5th February 2019
Please see the Call for Papers for a Special Issue of the journal Comparative Population Studies: Internal Migration as a Driver of Regional Population Change in Europe: Updating Ravenstein.
16th January 2019
Don’t forget the Call for Papers for the 2019 RGS-IBG Annual Conference in London. See here for more details.
3rd December 2018
The call for papers for the PopGRG sponsored sessions at this years’ RGS-IGB Annual International Conference is out today. Please see here for more details
21st November 2018
Check out our latest blog post from PGRG committee member, Dr Lomax on Mapping Brexit votes using novel e-petition data and machine learning
15th November 2018
Two new blog posts were released this week with insights in to the 3rd International Conference on Geographies of Education which took place at Loughborough University in September
3rd October 2018
Congratulations to Calypso Owen (University of Sussex) for winning the Joanna Stillwell Undergraduate Dissertation Prize 2018. For more information see here
25th September 2018
The minutes of our recent AGM have been published on the website today. Please take a look at the reports here.
4th September 2018
Thanks for all those who contributed to the workshop and convened sessions at the RGS-IBG Annual Conference in Cardiff last week. Following a productive AGM we are please to announce our elected Committee Members for 2018/19. For more details see here.
23rd July 2018
Our latest blog post has been published today! See more here. We’re looking forward to the Annual Conference next month and hope this post will give you a flavour of the PGRG sponsored sessions that have been convened.
11th May 2018
Check out the Events pages, we are delighted to be hosting a pre-conference event at this years RGS IBG Conference on the theme of Austerity politics and changing landscapes of inequality. More details here
17th February 2018
Our latest guest blog is available today. Clara Mulder explain more about her project and reflects on family ties, internal migration and immobility. See here here
23rd November 2017
We’re looking to sponsor sessions at this years RGS IBG Annual Conference. Your session might features themes such as migration; diversity; population transitions; population structures; inequalities; birth, lives and death. Contact Sophie (our Events Officer) before Mon 8th January 2017. For more details click here.
20th October 2017
Check out the minutes of our recent AGM and the list of new committee members here
13th September 2017
A new blog reflecting on one our PGRG sponsored sessions at the RGS is out this week. Check it out here
30th August 2017
1st August 2017
Your essential guide to the 2017 PopGRG sponsored sessions is here !
Population Geography are sponsoring six sessions at the annual RGS-IBG conference in London this year.
- Negotiating Brexit: migrant spatialities and identities in a changing Europe
- “Trump-etting” Population Geography in Brexit and US Presidential Election Debates?
- Residential migration across time and over the lifecourse
- Historical geographies of mobility and knowledge
- Geographical perspectives on educational inequalities
- Postgraduate Contributions to Population Geography Research