This International Women’s Day, inspired by last year’s successful #IWDgeographers campaign and the Gender and Feminist Geographies Research Group’s 100+ project, the Society would like you to name a woman or women who have inspired you geographically, and tell us why! This year, we are particularly keen to recognise and celebrate the work done by international female geographers and those working in geography. Whose scholarship inspires you?
To take part tomorrow, post on our Twitter feed with their name and why they’ve inspired you, using the hashtag #IWDgeographers and tagging their @handle as appropriate. You can even take a photo of yourself or record a short video about your inspirational woman if you like.
Follow #IWDgeographers and #IWD2022 to see who else has been geographically inspired this International Women’s Day.
The Society is delighted to announce the appointment of a new Editorial Board for our academic journal Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers.
The call for papers for our Postgraduate Forum’s Mid-Term Conference, which will take place on Wednesday 27 and Thursday 28 April, is now open.
The Society is delighted to be working with geographers leading AHRC and NERC funded projects, to further our understanding of unexplored areas of history that relate to environmental sciences.
This spring, Society Fellow, reporter and presenter, Tom Heap, is extending the UK tour of his talk exploring 39 ideas that could address climate change.
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