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Join our Postgraduate Forum as they hold their first Twitter conference from Tuesday 25 to Thursday 27 August.
The conference is an opportunity for PhD students in geography and related disciplines to share their research with the wider geography community on Twitter.
The programme includes sessions on environmental geographies, identity, climate and more. The keynote is being given by Jenny Pickerill, Professor in Environmental Geography at the University of Sheffield, who will talk about the importance of holding on to your own politics, ethics and self in order to make academia what you need it to be.
An audience participation guide has been published outlining how best to interact with presenters and other audience members. To follow the conference search for #PGFTC2020 and follow the @PGF_RGSIBG Twitter account.
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