CIG 2021 Abstract Submission
Event Timing: Tues 18th - Fri 21st May, 2021
Event Address: Department of Geography, Trinity College Dublin - VIRTUAL CONFERENCE
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Themed Session (if applicable) - which session?
Anthropogenic impact on Wetlands
Art and Geography 1. An Irish Anthropocene
Art and Geography 2 and 3: Community Mappings: Making Histories and Landscapes Visible
Author Meets Critics: Zoë O'Reilly's 'The In-Between Spaces of Asylum and Migration: A Participatory Visual Approach' (2020)
Charting our Environmental History
Communicating the palaeoenvironmental archive for utilisation in heritage, future land management and climate planning
Contextualising borders and boundaries – historical geography perspectives
Critical geographies of confinement in the Irish State: From Magdalene Laundries to Direct Provision … and back again
Critical Physical Geography
Dialogues on planning policy and practice in a changing Ireland
Feminist Methodological Practices in Geography
From Climate Change Adaptation Planning to Implementation: Addressing the knowledge Gaps
Geographies of Recent Elections (2019/2020)
Geography and the Commercial Determinants of Health
Geomorphology research in Ireland (Irish Geomorphology Group)
GIS and Photogrammetry: Application in Geography and Environmental Science
Harnessing the power of public engagement: tools and strategies for transitioning to community-led management
Historical Geographies of Responsibility: Precedent, Practice, and Possibility.
How Soon is Now? Opportunities and Challenges for a Post-pandemic Housing Transformation
IGC 2024 - Celebrating a World of Difference
New Geographies of Responsibility? Critical Perspectives on Coastal and Marine Governance
PECN Lightning Talks
PECN Poster Competition
Protecting and enhancing the discipline of Geography in Ireland: Inaugural session
Pushing boundaries: turbulence, activism, and change in post-crash Ireland
Reframing Temporality in the Urban
Responsibility: Places of Memory, Legacies and Centennial Commemorations – in an Age of Insecurities and Globalization
Responsible Smart Cities
Rethinking the land-sea boundary: Geographical contributions to living with and understanding coastal risk in the spectrum of research, climate, people and policy
Rivers: Form, Process and Management
Rural Futures: Perspectives on Challenges and Opportunities in support of just transitions and territorial cohesion
Social Theory and Health Geographies
Some of us are looking at the stars: Author meets critics roundtable on Jen Jack Gieseking's A Queer New York
Spatial Ireland: Future of Irish Cities
Sustainable City Futures: COVID & Beyond
Towards more resilient tourism futures
Undoing the entrepreneurial city; rethinking urban space, property, and vacancy
Workshop on Early Career Precariousness in Irish Geography
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