Expect these activities during the NCGS 2017 Conference Plenary, and discussion sessions Paper presentations, keynotes from scholars Workshop sessions, and exhibits Socials PGS Annual Assembly For inquiries, you may email the NCGS conference secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The conference will also feature workshops that will help researchers and practitioners in honing methodological and practical skills in geography. These workshops will be organized by the country’s leading geographers. Here are some of the workshops included: Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Teaching Geography Quantitative Analysis Critical Discourse Analysis Teaching Geospatial Tools for Basic Education … More NCGS 2017 Workshops
Take note of these dates to remember: August 15, 2017 Deadline for abstract and panel proposal submission August 30, 2017 Announcement of accepted papers and panels September 30, 2017 Deadline of confirmation to participate in the conference Deadline of early bird registration and payment October 1, 2017 Final program to be announced For inquiries, you … More Important Dates
We are also calling for panel discussions that will feature critical social and theoretical issues relevant to geography. For panel session proposals, submissions must be in MS Word format and should include a 150-250 word description of the panel, keywords (3-5), and at least three panelists, with their names, institutional affiliation, email address, and bionote. … More NCGS 2017 Panel Discussions
We encourage paper presenters to submit abstracts based on, but not limited to the following themes: Geography and Social Justice Geographies of Peace Social Movements and Space Political Geography and Geopolitics Territorial Conflicts and Re/Deterritorializations Drone Studies and Development of UAVs Subaltern and Postcolonial Geographies Geographies of Education Teaching Geography under the K-to-12 curriculum Urbanization … More NCGS 2017 Paper Presentations