The 2023 AAG Annual Meeting will take place in Denver, Colorado from March 23 to March 27. 4,500 presentations, posters, workshops, and field trips will be showcased by leading scholars, experts, and researchers from the across the geography community.
Exploring the theme ‘Toward More Just Geographies’, AAG 2023 will address topics concerned with equity, inclusion, diversity, and justice within the geography discipline and in the world. Bringing together experts, academics and students, the AAG Annual Meeting will host discussions examining the spatial dimensions, scope, and scale of racial and social (in)justice, as well as exploring ways to embrace and support diversity, inclusivity and justice in all forms.
Routledge, Taylor & Francis are proud to publish the AAG’s flagship journals: Annals of the American Association of Geographers; The Professional Geographer; the AAG Review of Books; and GeoHumanities. Routledge, Taylor & Francis is a world leading academic publisher in geography with a large portfolio of field-leading peer-reviewed journals including Regional Studies, African Geographical Review, Economic Geography and Urban Geography. We are delighted once again to be a platinum sponsor of the AAG’s annual conference.
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Routledge are proudly sponsoring several sessions at this year’s AAG Conference:
- Writing for the Journal of Geography in Higher Education
This panel features editors an authors of the Journal of Geography in Higher Education in a discussion about how to be successful in conducting research and publishing in teaching and learning in higher education.
- GPC Annual Jan Monk Distinguished Lecture
Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography is proud to arrange the Annual Jan Monk Distinguished Lecture at AAG 2023. The lecture ‘Manufacturing Zones, Marinas, and “Order from above”: The marshes of state-private land development around Kampala, Uganda’ will be given by Caroline Faria, The University of Texas at Austin.
- Social & Cultural Geography Plenary Keynote
Professor Rupal Oza gives the Social & Cultural Geography Plenary considering how compromised rape cases animate questions of jurisdiction and autonomy at different scales.
- ADP Annual lecture: Capitalism qua development in an era of planetary crisis
A tripartite global crisis — of ecological, economic, and political dimensions — threatens to end the ‘long century of capitalism qua development.’ This Area Development and Policy lecture asks: If the long century of capitalism qua development ends, what could replace it?
- 2023 Urban Geography Plenary Lecture
This will be a hybrid panel session, linked to the journal Urban Geography. Our plenary lecture will be delivered from U. of Sao Paulo, Brazil and the two discussants will be in attendance at the session meeting room in Denver.
- Asian Geographer Annual Lecture
Ayona Datta will deliver a lecture on the territorial politics of digitalization-as-urbanization. This annual lecture is arranged by the journal Asian Geographer.
- Geographical Review Panel in Commemoration of Yi-Fu Tuan
Throughout his long career, Yi-Fu Tuan published in a number of outlets, but none more so than in the Geographical Review. This session assembles panelists who will discuss the influence of Tuan on their research and teaching, and will be used to commemorate his work and especially his relationship with the Geographical Review.