New and Emerging Research within Gender and Feminist Geographies
Gender and Feminist Geographies Research Group (GFGRG)
Harriet Larrington-Spencer, Department of Geography, University of Manchester email@example.com
Melike Peterson, School of Geographical and Earth Sciences, University of Glasgow firstname.lastname@example.org
These sessions are aimed at postgraduates and early career researchers who would like an opportunity to present their research in a supportive and constructive academic environment and at researchers at all stages of their careers that are interested in presenting papers that actively engage with discussions on current and emerging theoretical or methodological innovations in the field of feminist and gender geography.
‘Gender and Feminist Geographies’ is intended to cover a broad spectrum of research and papers are welcome from any area of feminist and gender geographical inquiry, with the aim of bringing together current and emerging themes, issues and approaches. Papers are especially welcome that connect with this year’s theme ‘geographic landscapes/changing landscapes of geography’.
Researchers at any stage in their research process are welcome, making the session a great opportunity for early career and postgraduate researchers to gain experience presenting their work. The sessions will also provide a forum to meet and discuss emerging ideas with other researchers in a friendly and relaxed environment, as well as opportunities to explore possibilities and relevance of engaging with feminist theory and methods within research.
Sessions 1: Paper presentations: involving five presentations each lasting around 15 minutes with time for questions
Sessions 2: Snapshot presentations: involving ten to fifteen presentations each lasting 2 minutes (with the option to use pictures or creative approaches), followed by an open discussion. Whilst this session is open to anyone, we hope it will provide an opportunity for those not yet ready to present full papers to engage in the conference in a constructive and productive way. This session is also suitable to those wishing to explore the possibilities and relevance of gender and feminist theory to their research.
Please email prospective contributions or any queries to Melike Peterson (email@example.com) or Harriet Larrington-Spencer (firstname.lastname@example.org). The deadline for submission is Thursday 1st February 2018. Please include:
A title for your presentation;
An abstract of max 150 words;
Your name, affiliation and contact details (email address).