The three-day RGS-IBG Annual International Conference attracts over 1,800 geographers from around the world.
The call for sessions, papers and posters for AC2019 is now open! Members of the geographical and related communities are invited to propose sessions, papers and posters for the RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2019.
The chair's theme for the 2019 Annual Conference is Geographies of trouble / geographies of hope. We welcome sessions and papers which engage directly with this theme, as well as others focusing on all areas of geography.
The deadline for all submissions to the conference programme (organised sessions, papers or posters) is Friday 15 February 2019. All submissions should be received by this date, and include full details of the contribution. There is more information at the links below. Please direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Conference timeline and key deadlines
Guidance for presenters
Guidance for session organisers
Conference session formats
The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) is the learned society and professional body for geography.
Geography, by its very nature, looks outwards and acts inclusively. As an independent, self-financing learned society and professional body, so does RGS-IBG. We are absolutely committed to the importance of international collaboration in research, scholarship, teaching and field science and the value of sharing ideas, understanding and perspectives widely.
The annual conference is international in nature and outlook. Each year we welcome hundreds of colleagues from around the world, with a third of attendees coming from outside the UK. We are committed to continuing this open and outward-facing approach, and particularly welcome contributions by international delegates to the conference programme.
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