AAG Conference 2016 San Francisco – AUSCCER Program

AAGAssociation of American Geographers’ Conference

San Francisco

29 March – 2 April

 

Next week, 15 AUSCCERites will be attending the annual Association of American Geographers conference in cool but sunny San Franciso (have those jackets ready!).

AUSCCER’s academics and PhD candidates will be sharing their latest work, including research into:

  • food and household sustainability
  • geographies of making
  • freediving
  • community gardens
  • shared living spaces in the city
  • assemblages of mobility
  • anxieties of distant labour
  • gender and wildfire

A list of AUSCCER presentations, panel and discussion sessions can be found below.

If you’re not attending the AAG, you can follow the conversation via twitter using #AAG2016 or AUSCCERites’ twitter handles (see below).

Safe travels AUSCCERites and enjoy your time in San Fran!

 

(Please note: the following times are based on the draft timetable and may be subject to change).

Name @ Day Session time Location Title
Chris Gibson @profcgibson Tuesday 12:40-2:20 Monterrey II, Hotel Nikko, 3rd Floor Panelist – Negotiating the ‘creative city’: an interactive panel discussion
Ellen van Holstein @ellenvan_h Wednesday 10:00-11:40 Salon III, JW Marriott Hotel, 2nd Floor My Food, Your Food; Practices of Property and Sharing in Three Community Gardens
Sophie-May Kerr @SophieMayKerr1 Wednesday 1:20-3:00 Salon III, JW Marriott Hotel, 2nd Floor Sharing space and transitioning towards compact living: exploring the experiences of families with children living in apartments in Sydney, Australia
Pauline McGuirk @PaulineMcGuirk Wednesday 5:20-7:00 Golden Gate 6, Hilton Hotel, Lobby Level Panelist – Towards a theoretical ceasefire? Empirical inquiries into the making of urban injustices and conflicts
Chris Gibson @profcgibson Thursday 8:00-9:40 Union Square 14, Hilton Hotel, 4th Floor Global Production Networks, resource scarcity and environmental regulation: the portentous case of acoustic guitar manufacturing
Anja Kanngieser @geotransversals Thursday 8:00-9:40 Union Square 1, Hilton Hotel, 4th Floor Panelist – Inhabiting the slow violence of ecological catastrophe
Chantel Carr @lifeofstuff Thursday 10:00-11:40 Union Square 18, Hilton Hotel, 4th Floor Making cultures: locating self-sufficiency and skill in the old industrial city
Andrew Warren @AWsurf Thursday 10:00-11:40 Union Square 18, Hilton Hotel, 4th Floor Tracing historical geographies of making amidst resource scarcity: building guitars from lively materials
Chris Gibson @profcgibson Thursday 10:00-11:40 Union Square 18, Hilton Hotel, 4th Floor Session organised/ introduced – Geographies of Making: Creative Practices and Agentic Materiality
Chris Gibson @profcgibson Thursday 5:20-7:00 Union Square 2, Hilton Hotel, 4th Floor Panelist – Engaging eBay — Creative Approaches and Elusive Challenges in Collecting Research Materials Online
Theresa Harada @TheresaHarada Thursday 5:20-7:00 Taylor Room A, Hilton Hotel, 6th Floor Assemblages of Mobility: extending the mobilities literature to engage with feminist debates
Michael Adams @DrMichaelAdams Friday 10:00-11:40 Metropolitan A, JW Marriott Hotel, 2nd Floor Grace: freedivers and the blue planet
Christine Eriksen @DrCEriksen Friday 1:20-3:00 Union Square 20, Hilton Hotel, 4th Floor Discussant – Researcher trauma: Dealing with traumatic research content and places
Anja Kanngieser @geotransversals Friday 1:20-3:00 Union Square 12, Hilton Hotel, 4th Floor Discussant – Technological Infrastructures and the Geopolitics of Control
Nick Skilton @NickSkilton Friday 1:20-3:00 Continental 4, Hilton Hotel, Ballroom Level The Anxious Heart of Australian National Identity: When resource communities and distance labour collide.
Gordon Waitt Friday 1:20-3:00 Franciscan A, Hilton Hotel, Ballroom Level Panelist – Geographies of intersectionality in research engagement and encounter spaces
Olivia Dun, Lesley Head & Natascha Klocker @LivDun @ProfLesleyHead @NataschaKlocker Friday 3:20-5:00 Golden Gate 8, Hilton Hotel, Lobby Level Nobody likes to be dismissed’: exploring the agricultural and environmental knowledges of migrants in rural Australia; Session organised – Ethnic diversity, environment and climate change (1)
Pauline McGuirk @PaulineMcGuirk Friday 3:20-5:00 Continental 6, Hilton Hotel, Ballroom Level Progress in Human Geography Lecture
Gordon Waitt Friday 3:20-5:00 Golden Gate 8, Hilton Hotel, Lobby Level Narratives of domestic water: gendered, classed and faithed Burmese migrant bodies at home
Olivia Dun, Lesley Head & Natascha Klocker @LivDun @ProfLesleyHead @NataschaKlocker Friday 5:20-7:00 Golden Gate 8, Hilton Hotel, Lobby Level Session organised – Ethnic diversity, environment and climate change (2)
Rebecca Campbell Friday 5:20-7:00 Golden Gate 8, Hilton Hotel, Lobby Level Diverse environmental knowledges: Food, gender, and household sustainability in Pacific Island migrant households
Ananth Gopal @wordsgrow Friday 5:20-7:00 Golden Gate 8, Hilton Hotel, Lobby Level Growing Cultures: the cultivation of emergent ecological knowledge by ethnic minority home food gardeners.
Anja Kanngieser @geotransversals Saturday 8:00-9:40 Plaza A, Hilton Hotel, Lobby Level Panelist – Practice and Pedagogy of Critical Cartography: Spatial Data for Social Justice
Christine Eriksen @DrCEriksen Saturday 10:00-11:40 Union Square 13, Hilton Hotel, 4th Floor Men-who-Manage Wildfire: Embodied Resilience and Rupture

 

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