AAG 2018 – Call for Papers – Arts research, theory and practice
American Association of Geographers annual conference, 10th to 14th April 2018, New Orleans
With the theme of the 2018 AAG conference being Black Geographies and Geographies of Struggle and the Association’s concern with engagement outside of its academy thresholds, we are seeking papers from academics and practitioners from across the geography, arts and community development disciplines and sectors to form a three-part whole-day session on these issues.
Session 1 will focus on practice-based research; Session 2, on theory and its application in this regard; and Session 3, on practice and practitioners.
We are seeking contributions from a global field from all settings; urban, suburban and rural. We are especially interested in contributions from practitioners and ‘non-academics’ and in directly including the community voice in the paper presentations. We aim to include both qualitative and quantitative research and project evaluations, as well as methodologies, and critiques of the same.
Please submit an abstract for consideration, of no more than 250 words, by 20th October, to both firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. Successful applicants will be informed by 23rd October for their timely registration to AAG 2017.
We cannot offer funding for attendance at the conference at this time so responses to this CfP should be made on this basis. For all information relating to the conference and its registrations deadlines (25th Oct 2017), please visit: http://annualmeeting.aag.org.