Workshop II: Spaces of Display, 27 March 2018

Our second practitioner workshop, ‘Spaces of Display’, met in March at Primary, an artist-led studio and exhibition space situated in a former Victorian primary school in Nottingham. The setting was generative of the overall aim and ambition of the workshop: to explore some of the wider themes of the project in relation to conferences as …

Geographies of Sensory Politics: Re-thinking Atmospheres

Geographies of Sensory Politics: Re-thinking Atmospheres Session at the New Orleans Association of American Geographers Conference, April 10th 2018 One of our broader objectives in “Conferencing the International” is to conceive of conferences as multi-sensory spaces and to question the extent to which we can explore sensory geographies of the past and their impact on …

Workshop I: Conferencing and Universities, 20 December 2017

Workshop I: Conferencing and Universities 20th December 2017, University Park, Nottingham As part of our “Pathways to Impact” programme we have been establishing links with individuals and organisations who have various connections to conferences, hospitality and events management. We plan three workshops over the following year as ways of engaging in “knowledge exchange”; that is, …

CFP: “On being at sea: historically experiencing movement across the waves”

Update: We still have some last spaces in our upcoming RGS-IBG Conference session which we hope may be of interest to some of you. The session is sponsored by the Historical Geography Research Group. ———————————- On being at sea: historically experiencing movement across the waves CFP: RGS-IBG Conference, Cardiff August 28-31 2018 Jake Hodder and …

CFP: “On being at sea: historically experiencing movement across the waves”

On being at sea: historically experiencing movement across the waves CFP: RGS-IBG Conference, Cardiff August 28-31 2018 Jake Hodder and Stephen Legg, School of Geography, University of Nottingham A networked conception of space now informs the ways in which geographers consider a host of trans-local historical phenomena, from empires to trading companies, missions to exploration, …

Recent Call for Papers

As part of the grant we’ve recently issued two call for papers. The first, ‘Geographies of Sensory Politics’, is for a session at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers in New Orleans next April. It will give us the chance to explore one of the important conceptual and methodological concerns of the …

2nd Annual Advisory Board Meeting, July 2017

At the start of July we had the second meeting of our Advisory Board. Similar to our previous get together at the end of our first year, we invited our UK-based Board members to join us in Nottingham for a two-day meeting, divided into four sessions, in order to discuss the progress we had made on the grant, …

Event: Historical Geographies of the Future

All three of the project team will be heading down to London this August for the RGS-IBG Annual International Conference. From discussions that have been emerging from the grant, Mike Heffernan and I are co-convening two sessions on histories of the future, see below. Where Next? Historical Geographies of the Future Royal Geographical Society, 1 …