RHUL Geographers in Tampa

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The preliminary programme for the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers has recently been published. The Department of Geography at Royal Holloway, University of London will be strongly represented by both staff and doctoral researchers (detailed below).

Pete Adey

  • 5112 What Space for the Post-Security State? I: Fragile, Failing, and Tentative Securities [Introducer and Organizer]
  • 5212 What Space for the Post-Security State? II: Knowledge, Circulation, Air [Organizer]
  • 5412 What Space for the Post-Security State? III: Critique and Countering Security [Discussant, Organizer]

Katherine Brickell

  • “Towards Intimate Geographies of Peace? Local Reconciliation of Domestic Violence in Cambodia” [Paper in session 4509 FQG Gender-based violence: space, scale and intersectionality]
  • 4421 Race is but one–Examining Violence and Non-Violence in Asia and the Asian Diaspora [Panelist]

Simon Cook

  • “Accomplishing Road-Running: Negotiating Space, Mobile Politics and Order on the Street” [Paper in session 1605 Geographies of Mobility III: Alternative Mobilities]

Harriet Hawkins

  • “Artful encounters with Climate Change” [Paper in session 2119 Mixed Methods and Hybrid Epistemologies in Climate Change Research I]
  • 5105 Arts of Encounter/ Encountering Art 1: Encountering, Embodying, Empowering [Chair, Organizer]
  • 5205 Arts of Encounter/ Encountering Art 2:Debating Publics, Exploring encounters [Organizer]
  • 4116 Geographies of Making/ Making Geographies 1: Materialities [Chair, Organizer]
  • 4216 Geographies of Making/ Making Geographies 2: Spaces and Practices [Chair, Organizer]
  • 4216 Geographies of Making/ Making Geographies 2: Spaces and Practices [Chair, Organizer]
  • 4416 Geographies of Making/ Making Geographies 3: Politics and Economics [Organizer]
  • 3108 Geopoetics [Discussant]
  • 3611 Rethinking Production [Organizer, Chair]

Innes M. Keighren

  • “Circling the Society: women’s geographical frontiers in Edwardian London” [Paper in session 2221 Outsiders in the Histories of Geography: Toward Inclusive Perspectives]
  • 3670 Teaching the History of Geography: Review and Prospect [Chair, Introducer, Organizer]

Weiqiang Lin

  • “Aeromobilities and Climate Change: Geoecological Debates in Aviation” [Paper in session 2405 Geographies of Mobility VI: Climate Change, Disaster and Resilience]

Alasdair Pinkerton

  • “Creative Statecraft and the ‘Making’ of Diplomacy” [Paper in session 4416 Geographies of Making/ Making Geographies 3: Politics and Economics]
  • 3611 Rethinking Production [Panellist]

Laura Price

  • “‘They’re off my knit-for-list this year’—making and materials at Christmas” [Paper in session 4116 Geographies of Making/ Making Geographies 1: Materialities]
  • 4116 Geographies of Making/ Making Geographies 1: Materialities [Organizer]
  • 4216 Geographies of Making/ Making Geographies 2: Spaces and Practices [Organizer]
  • 4416 Geographies of Making/ Making Geographies 3: Politics and Economics [Chair, Organizer]
  • 3611 Rethinking Production [Organizer]
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2 thoughts on “RHUL Geographers in Tampa

  1. Reblogged this on rhulgeopolitics and commented:
    Quite a few RHUL geographers at this year’s AAG in Tampa, illustrated with a postcard that uses the interesting strap line “The Army Air Base City”

  2. simoniancook says:

    Reblogged this on Jographies and commented:

    The preliminary programme for the Association of American Geographers Annual Conference 2014 is now up and geographer from Royal Holloway are well represented. Innes Keighren has been kind enough to compile a list of RHUL appearances in Tampa over at Landscape Surgery.

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