RGS-IBG 2017 Annual International Conference London – who, what, where and when

The Royal Geographical Society with the Institute of British Geographers 2017 Annual International Conference is being held in London from Tuesday 29th August to Friday 1st September. This year the conference theme is ‘Decolonising geographical knowledges: opening geography out to the world‘.

Listed below are the AUSCCER crew who will be attending, chairing sessions, authoring and presenting papers.

You can follow the conference proceedings on twitter with the hashtag #RGSIBG2017 or via their personal twitter handles.

Wednesday 30th August

Session 1 – 9:00am – 10:40am

Anja Kanngieser @geotransversals 

Paper: And then the sea came back – engaging climate change through sound

Session: Listening at the Margins: Thinking, feeling, and doing difference (1)

Room: HUX-342

 

Thursday 31st August

Session 1 – 9:00am – 10:40am

Christine Eriksen @DrCEriksen

Paper: Embodied Uncertainty: living with complexity and natural hazards 

Session: Postcolonial theory and the reinterpretation of ‘natural’ disasters (1)

Room: SHE-RD

 

Session 2 – 11:10am – 12:50pm

Pauline McGuirk @PaulineMcGuirk

Session Convenor: Progress in Human Geography Lecture: Rachel Pain (Newcastle University) ‘Geotrauma: violence, place and recovery

Room: RGS-OT

 

Session 3 – 2:40pm – 4:20pm

Anja Kanngieser @geotransversals 

Session Convenor: Decolonising institutional arrangements: insights from the arts, education, and policy (1)

Room: RGS-EC

 

Session 4 – 4:50pm – 6:30pm

Anja Kanngieser @geotransversals 

Session Convenor: Decolonising institutional arrangements: insights from the arts, education, and policy (2)

Room: RGS-EC

 

Friday 1st September

Session 1 – 9:00am – 10:40am

Christine Eriksen @DrCEriksen

Chair and Discussant

Session: Researcher Trauma: dealing with traumatic research content and places (1)

Room: SAF-119

 

Thomas Birtchnell, Pauline McGuirk and Christopher Moore 

 @tbirtchnell @PaulineMcGuirk @CL_Moore

Paper: A Place for Pikachu in the Smart City

Session: Creative Technologies and the City

Room: HUX-341

 

Session 2 – 11:10am – 12:50pm

Christine Eriksen @DrCEriksen

Chair and Discussant: Promoting and practicing researcher self-care

Session: Researcher Trauma: dealing with traumatic research content and places (2)

Room: SAF-119

 

Thomas Birtchnell @tbirtchnell

Paper: Artificial Intelligence and Spaces of Creativity: Automating ‘No Collar’ Jobs in Audio Post-Production

Session: Geographies of mobility and creativity: impacts, identities, inequalities (2)

Room: SALC-8

 

Session 3 – 2:40pm – 4:20pm

Michael Adams and Carrie Wilkinson

@DrMichaelAdams @CarrieW2536 

Paper: Bugging out and bunkering down: on the sheltering tactics of survivalists and preppers in the 21st century

Session: The Future of the Bunker // The Bunker of the Future (2): materialising contemporary anxieties and desires in 21st century bunker building

Room: SKE-307

 

Session 4 – 4:50pm – 6:30pm

Sophie-May Kerr @SophieMayKerr1 

Paper: Parenting and neighbouring in the consolidating city: the emotional geographies of sound in apartments

Session: Soundscapes and Wellbeing (2): Everyday Soundscapes of Wellbeing

Room: SALC-8

 

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