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Category Archives: CFPs

CFP: Gender Cultures and Reality Television

Research Symposium: Gender Cultures and Reality TV University of Auckland Auckland, New Zealand December 2-3, 2011 CALL FOR PAPERS The aim of this symposium is to take advantage of our Asia-Pacific location by raising questions about gender and reality TV from a comparative, cross-cultural perspective. We are particularly interested in critical investigations of the intersections […]

CFP: Performing Places

EASST Conference 2010 2-4 September, 2010 University of Trento, Italy Performing Places Convenor: Katharine Willis “The space of the city is not a static reality defined by built forms or demographic facts, but is instead a form of spatial practice created by the interweaving of everyday actions and interactions of its citizens. These interactions are […]

CFP Henri Lefebvre and the Next World Order

Call for Papers   Deadline: 1 April 2010 Guest Editors: Dr. Gregory Seigworth, Millersville University, USA, e-mail: gregory.seigworth@millersville.edu. Dr. Michael E. Gardiner, University of Western Ontario, Canada, e-mail: megardin@uwo.ca. Space and Culture invites papers for a special issue on Henri Lefebvre and the ‘next world order’. In this first decade of the 21st Century our world […]

Communicative Cities: Integrating Technology and Place Conference

Call for Papers With support from the Battelle Endowment for Technology and Human Affairs and The Ohio State University, we are organizing the Communicative Cities: Integrating Technology and Place Conference. The Urban Communication Foundation began exploring this topic about three years ago and held planning sessions in Washington, DC, Rome, and Paris. We invite planners, […]

CFP: AEROGRAPHIES (AAG 2009, Las Vegas, March 22-27)

Mark Jackson (U of Bristol) has alerted me to a terrific-sounding session on the theme of air and materialities to be held at the 2009 meeting of the American Association of Geographers (AAG) in Las Vegas. CFP: ‘Aerographies': re-thinking unthought elemental and metaphysical assumptions in recent human geographies AAG 2009, Las Vegas, March 22nd-27th. “…our […]