NCGS 2017 Paper Presentations

We encourage paper presenters to submit abstracts based on, but not limited to the following themes:

  • Geography and Social Justice
  • Geographies of Peace
  • Social Movements and Space
  • Political Geography and Geopolitics
  • Territorial Conflicts and Re/Deterritorializations
  • Drone Studies and Development of UAVs
  • Subaltern and Postcolonial Geographies
  • Geographies of Education
  • Teaching Geography under the K-to-12 curriculum
  • Urbanization and Planning
  • Transport Geographies
  • Maritime and Marine Geographies
  • Island and Archipelagic Studies
  • Agriculture and Rural Development
  • Regional and Area Studies
  • Migration, Human Mobility, and Diaspora
  • Population and Environment
  • Geographies of Media
  • Spatial Humanities/Geohumanities
  • Visuality and Space
  • Theoretical Geographies
  • Postmodern Geographies
  • Place and Identitiy
  • Map Art and Radical Cartographies
  • Mapping and Counter-mapping
  • Participatory Mapping and GIS for a Spatially-enabled Society
  • GIS Science and Remote Sensing
  • Historical Geography
  • LGBTQ and Gender
  • Religion and Space
  • Identity, Community, and Human Terrains
  • Disaster Studies and Risk Reduction Strategies
  • Geography of Economies
  • Critical Development Geography
  • Nature and Society Relations
  • Environmental Geography
  • Food Geographies
  • Biogeography
  • Geomorphology

Abstracts may be submitted to the NCGS secretariat at on or before August 15, 2017. Submissions must be in MS Word format and should include an abstract of 150-250 words, keywords (3-5), and the author/s name, affiliation, email address and bionote.

Decisions on abstracts will be released on August 30, 2017. Presenters of accepted abstracts are encouraged to register by September 30, 2017 which is also the deadline for the early bird rate.