Geography: Linking Tradition with Future

 

EUROGEO Conference 2013:

Geography: linking tradition and future

 

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Conference programme - session list - poster presentations - Getting to the conference venue - Information for presenters

 

The 2013 European Association of Geographers conference will be held in Bruges, Belgium from 9-11 May 2013 at Sint-Lodewijkscollege, in collaboration with Ghent University.

- Conference sessions

- Keynote speakers

- Posters

- Field trip

- Witness the unique Holy Blood Procession (UNESCO) (limited seat reservations)

 

See the storymap from Joseph Kerski

 

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Download information - submission, conference fees, dinner and fieldtrip

 

Draft Conference programme

Wednesday May 8th 2013 Arrival

Thursday May 9th 2013

Morning: Registration, Welcome, Keynote Conference sessions

Afternoon: Holy Blood procession (optional) & self-guided city visit

Friday May 10th 2013

Conference sessions

EUROGEO Association Annual Meeting

Evening: Reception offered by the city of Bruges and EUROGEO Dinner

Saturday May 11th 2013

Morning: Keynote & Conference sessions

Afternoon: Field trip to the Zwin area (optional)

Departure

 

 

This is the home page of the 2013 EUROGEO Conference to be held in Bruges, May 9-11, 2013.

 

EUROGEO members receive a 50 euros discount on conference rates

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Payment

Pay the conference fee (early bird deadline April 5 2013)

 

Note: EUROGEO members receive a 50 euros discount on the early-bird and full rate. Join EUROGEO

Accommodation:

Book your conference hotel with special rates

 

Call for abstracts:

Papers are welcome from all areas of Geography, and group sessions can be arranged.

Geography and internationalisation: Geography (geo earth) deals with places, people and cultures. It explores international issues ranging from physical, urban and rural environments, and their evolution, to climate, pollution, development and political-economy.

Key issues are how these features are interconnected, forming patterns and processes impacting on present and future generations. By its nature Geography continues to connect the physical, human and technological sciences.

 

Submit your abstract (deadline March 31st 2013)

 

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Paper submission

 

People presenting papers at the Conference are invited to submit the full text of their articles via the online portal to the European Journal of Geography by July 15 2013. This will then be assessed by the referees for consideration of publication - Author Guidelines

 

Posters

 

Please take note of following practical arrangements:

1) The posters may have a dimension of A0-format (841 x 1189 mm). There will be space in the main entrance (where also the coffee breaks take place) to hang the poster.

2) Bring the poster printed with you

3) Do not forget to register for the conference in order to be able to present the poster. All information about registration can be found on this web page

 

Payment

Payment can be made either by Paypal or bank transfer.

 

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Pay the conference fee

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Payment form: please submit by email to the EUROGEO Treasurer once payment has been made via PayPal

 

Refunds:

Conference fees can be refunded until April 8th 2013, minus an administration fee of 25.

No refunds of conference fees are possible after April 8th 2013

 

Conference Location: Address: Sint-Lodewijkscollege, Bruges, Belgium

 

For further infomation email eurogeomail@yahoo.co.uk

 

This meeting is held in collaboration with the Geography Department, Ghent University, and in conjunction with the alumni of EGEA (European Geography Student Association). It is hosted bySint-Lodewijkscollege and the Flemish Geography Association.