RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2016

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Wednesday 31 Aug 2016

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Session 1 (09:00-10:40)
Session 2 (11:10-12:50)
Plenary & lunch (13:10-14:25)
Session 3 (14:40-16:20)
Session 4 (16:50-18:30)
Evening (18:45-20:00)




Session 1 (09:00-10:40)

Leverhulme artists in residence: panel discussion
Wednesday 09:00-10:40         Click for session details

Crossing borders: Multi-disciplinary conversations on the making of policy (1): Paper session
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Beyond and Across “Energy”: Addressing Nexus Challenges through Interdisciplinary, Integrative, and Inclusive Approaches (1)
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Sacred Stuff: Material Culture and the Geography of Religion (1) Things
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Nature, scale and distribution of risks in urbanizing small-towns in Sub-Saharan Africa
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Urban Analytics
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The Spaces In-Between: Investigating Camps and the Spatialities of Exception (1): Refugee camps in the Middle East and African contexts
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Interdisciplinary approaches to understanding ethnicity and place (1): Paper presentations
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Ethnographic methods in economic geography: Applications and potentials (1)
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The Food Rurality Nexus
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Feminist Geographies of Work and the Body (1)
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Governing Adaptation (1)
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Food, consumption and community
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Co-working the city: New infrastructures of creative collaboration in cities (1)
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The London nexus – metropolitan elites in the 21st century, new perspectives on Britain’s south-eastern skew
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Geographies of migration, gender and agrarian change in the Global South (1)
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Performing Politics (1): Performance and Contested Publics
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Nexus thinking as democracy: A special panel organised by the ESRC Nexus Network
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Economies of Care in the Postcolony
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Policies and practices of community-led environmental initiatives (1): Enacting Eco-Communities
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Geographies of young children (1)
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Managing the rural Nexus: exploring if and how we can manage for multiple goals (1): Exploring attempts and tools to deliver management of the rural nexus
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Geography and Decolonization, c.1945-c.1980 (1)
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Creative Practice and Improvisation within Methods: What happens when we get artistic with our research? (1)
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Pathway Politics: geographies of power, practice and publics in the making of transitions (1): The politics of conditioning, configuring and contesting pathways
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Audiences for our Environments: Who are they? And how do we reach them?
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State, Territory, Urbanism: Exploring the Nexus Between Government and Infrastructure (1)
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Post-phenomenological Geographies: methods and styles of researching and writing the human (1): Subjects
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The nexus between Young People's Geographies and Geographies of Education (1): Concepts
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Return to the nexus: Gender and Tourism (1)
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Housing Practices, Informality and the Global North (1)
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Session 2 (11:10-12:50)

Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers Lecture: Thinking complex interconnectivities: transition, nexus and geography
Wednesday 11:10-12:50         Click for session details

Crossing borders: Multi-disciplinary conversations on the making of policy (2): Panel session
Wednesday 11:10-12:50         Click for session details

Beyond and Across “Energy”: Addressing Nexus Challenges through Interdisciplinary, Integrative, and Inclusive Approaches (2)
Wednesday 11:10-12:50         Click for session details

Sacred stuff: Material Culture and the Geography of Religion (2) Space
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Author meets critics: Nick Gill - Nothing Personal?: Geographies of Governing and Activism in the British Asylum System
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GeoComputation – The Next 20 Years (1)
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The Spaces In-Between: Investigating Camps and the Spatialities of Exception (2): The refugee crisis and its spaces
Wednesday 11:10-12:50         Click for session details

Interdisciplinary approaches to understanding ethnicity and place (2): Roundtable Discussion led by ESRC Centre on Dynamics of Ethnicity (CoDE)
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Ethnographic methods in economic geography: Applications and potentials (2)
Wednesday 11:10-12:50         Click for session details

Organising Food Access: Community Food, Governance and Place (1): Transformative Food Practices and The Producer-Consumer Nexus
Wednesday 11:10-12:50         Click for session details

Youth and Urban Marginality
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Feminist Geographies of Work and the Body (2)
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Governing Adaptation (2)
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Provocations and Possibilities of ‘Nexus Thinking’: Postgraduate Snapshots
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Co-working the city: New infrastructures of creative collaboration in cities (2)
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Nexus Thinking in Gentrification Studies (1)
Wednesday 11:10-12:50         Click for session details

Geographies of migration, gender and agrarian change in the Global South (2)
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Performing Politics (2): Choreographed Vulnerabilities and Survivals
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Measuring Wellbeing
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The Socio-politics of Nexus Thinking: Tyrannies of Scale and Security in Low Carbon Transitions (1): Political Economy Aspects
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Policies and practices of community-led environmental initiatives (2): Community Energy
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Geographies of young children (2)
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Managing the rural Nexus: exploring if and how we can manage for multiple goals (2): Evaluating nexus management: a discussion on how to evaluate tools and initiatives
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Geography and Decolonization, c.1945-c.1980 (2)
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Creative Practice and Improvisation within Methods: What happens when we get artistic with our research? (2): A Session on Movement
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Pathway Politics: geographies of power, practice and publics in the making of transitions (2): The politics of knowledge, devices and techniques for governing pathways
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Making the connections: coastal fishing communities and marine space
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Human dimensions of the coast – new perspectives and nexus thinking (1)
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State, Territory, Urbanism: Exploring the Nexus Between Government and Infrastructure (2)
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Post-phenomenological Geographies: methods and styles of researching and writing the human (2): Objects / Matters
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The nexus between Young People's Geographies and Geographies of Education (2): Inequalities
Wednesday 11:10-12:50         Click for session details

Return to the nexus: Gender and Tourism (2)
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Housing Practices, Informality and the Global North (2)
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Plenary & lunch (13:10-14:25)

Chair's plenary: Did the pathogen speak? Plants, chemicals, land and workers in the making and unmaking of California’s strawberry industry
Wednesday 13:10-14:25         Click for session details

Posters
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Geographies of Children, Youth and Families Research Group AGM
Wednesday 13:10-14:25         Click for session details

Geographical Information Science Research Group and Quantitative Methods Research Group Joint AGM
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Mentoring and networking session organised by the Gender and Feminist Geographies Research Group
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Population Geography Research Group AGM
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Coastal and Marine Research Group AGM
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Session 3 (14:40-16:20)

Affect and the Geographies of Power
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Area-sponsored panel: Ethics in/of geographical research
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Wicked problems in Geography: researching and teaching complexity and uncertainty
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Public Libraries and Geographies of Knowledge
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Young people, public space and gender (1)
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GeoComputation – The Next 20 Years (2)
Wednesday 14:40-16:20         Click for session details

The Spaces In-Between: Investigating Camps and the Spatialities of Exception (3): Camp experimental thinking
Wednesday 14:40-16:20         Click for session details

The role of people and place in (re-)producing neighbourhood identities
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Making nexus-thinking practical: participatory research on making ‘sense of place’ - challenges, solutions, progression
Wednesday 14:40-16:20         Click for session details

Organising Food Access: Community Food, Governance and Place (2): Food Knowledge, Food Justice and bridging the Rural-Urban divide
Wednesday 14:40-16:20         Click for session details

Geographies of Religion and Spirituality: Beyond the ‘officially’ sacred (1)
Wednesday 14:40-16:20         Click for session details

Mobilizing Value across Time and Space (1)
Wednesday 14:40-16:20         Click for session details

Relational geographies of participation (1)
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Mobility, Transport and Making Sustainable Places: a neglected Nexus (1)
Wednesday 14:40-16:20         Click for session details

Open Creative Labs (1): Curated encounters for creativity, work and resilience
Wednesday 14:40-16:20         Click for session details

Nexus Thinking in Gentrification Studies (2)
Wednesday 14:40-16:20         Click for session details

Urban spaces (1): urbanization, growth and governance
Wednesday 14:40-16:20         Click for session details

Re-imagining tree health and plant biosecurity (1): a more-than-human approach
Wednesday 14:40-16:20         Click for session details

The Socio-politics of Nexus Thinking: Tyrannies of Scale and Security in Low Carbon Transitions (2): Critical Interrogations
Wednesday 14:40-16:20         Click for session details

Mapping the Marginal: Exploring the Identities, Practices, Geographies and Experiences of Digital Labour (1)
Wednesday 14:40-16:20         Click for session details

Policies and practices of community-led environmental initiatives (3): Negotiation & Partnership
Wednesday 14:40-16:20         Click for session details

Expanding the Limits of Participatory Analysis: New Ways of Seeing and Knowing
Wednesday 14:40-16:20         Click for session details

Geographies of recession, austerity and health inequalities (1): individual and local experiences, food poverty and service responses across sectors
Wednesday 14:40-16:20         Click for session details

Where Next? Historical Geographies of the Future (1)
Wednesday 14:40-16:20         Click for session details

Financial elites, governance, and (connecting) financial spaces (1)
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Pathway Politics: geographies of power, practice and publics in the making of transitions (3): Material politics and the emergence of transition pathways
Wednesday 14:40-16:20         Click for session details

The Blue Growth Narrative and the Global South
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Human dimensions of the coast – new perspectives and nexus thinking (2)
Wednesday 14:40-16:20         Click for session details

State, Territory, Urbanism: Exploring the Nexus Between Government and Infrastructure (3)
Wednesday 14:40-16:20         Click for session details

Forging politicised solidarities in, against and beyond the European crisis (1): Articulating local solidarities
Wednesday 14:40-16:20         Click for session details

On edge in the city (1): the politics of precarious urban lives
Wednesday 14:40-16:20         Click for session details

New and Emerging Research within Gender and Feminist Geography (1)
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Social, spatial and environmental trade-offs within academic mobilities
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Set in motion: walking the history of the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) c.1830-2016
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Session 4 (16:50-18:30)

Antipode Lecture: Recomposing Urban Collective Life: On Operations and the Inoperable
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The publication and utilization of geography textbooks
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Writing Successfully for Journal of Geography in Higher Education
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Author meets critics: Susan Owens - Knowledge, Policy, and Expertise: The UK Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution 1970-2011
Wednesday 16:50-18:30         Click for session details

Young people, public space and gender (2)
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GeoComputation – The Next 20 Years (3): Panel Discussion
Wednesday 16:50-18:30         Click for session details

The Spaces In-Between: Investigating Camps and the Spatialities of Exception (4): Space of exception experimental thinking
Wednesday 16:50-18:30         Click for session details

Contemporary and Future Debates for Postgraduate Population Geography
Wednesday 16:50-18:30         Click for session details

Holey space: Alterior imaginations, urbanism, resistance and affect
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Organising Food Access: Community Food, Governance and Place (3): Post-Graduate Reflections on Food Volunteerism, Activism and Self-Organisation
Wednesday 16:50-18:30         Click for session details

Geographies of Religion and Spirituality: Beyond the ‘officially’ sacred (2)
Wednesday 16:50-18:30         Click for session details

Mobilizing Value across Time and Space (2)
Wednesday 16:50-18:30         Click for session details

Relational geographies of participation (2)
Wednesday 16:50-18:30         Click for session details

Mobility, Transport and Making Sustainable Places: a neglected Nexus (2)
Wednesday 16:50-18:30         Click for session details

Open Creative Labs (2): Curated encounters for creativity, work and resilience
Wednesday 16:50-18:30         Click for session details

Nexus Thinking in Gentrification Studies (3)
Wednesday 16:50-18:30         Click for session details

Urban spaces (2): planning, modelling and development
Wednesday 16:50-18:30         Click for session details

Re-imagining tree health and plant biosecurity (2): a more-than-human approach
Wednesday 16:50-18:30         Click for session details

The Socio-politics of Nexus Thinking: Tyrannies of Scale and Security in Low Carbon Transitions (3): Nexus as Innovation
Wednesday 16:50-18:30         Click for session details

Mapping the Marginal: Exploring the Identities, Practices, Geographies and Experiences of Digital Labour (2)
Wednesday 16:50-18:30         Click for session details

Comparing Urban Difference Beyond the “Planning/Politics Nexus”
Wednesday 16:50-18:30         Click for session details

Geographies of youth, schools and education
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Geographies of recession, austerity and health inequalities (2): geographies of mental and physical health and their relation to labour market changes and public expenditures
Wednesday 16:50-18:30         Click for session details

Where Next? Historical Geographies of the Future (2)
Wednesday 16:50-18:30         Click for session details

Financial elites, governance, and (connecting) financial spaces (2)
Wednesday 16:50-18:30         Click for session details

Operations of capital: Studying the nexus of land, housing, and finance across the North-South divide
Wednesday 16:50-18:30         Click for session details

What next for our seas? Supporting the Science-Policy Interface
Wednesday 16:50-18:30         Click for session details

Seeking and contesting environmental security in a complex world: Knowledge, agency and governance implications
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The sustainability of smart cities: visions, politics and practices
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Forging politicised solidarities in, against and beyond the European crisis (2): Towards trans-local solidarities
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On edge in the city (2): tactics and precarious urban lives
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New and Emerging Research within Gender and Feminist Geography (2)
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Evening (18:45-20:00)

Antipode Drinks Reception
Wednesday 18:45-20:00         Click for session details

JGHE @ 40 reception
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Book launch and drinks reception: Health divides: Where you live can kill you by Clare Bambra
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Social and Cultural Geography Research Group AGM
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GeoComputation Drinks Reception
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