Exploring Our Future in an Urbanized World
November 19-20, 2015 · New York City
An Event of the American Geographical Society
Hosted by the Earth Institute at Columbia UniversityLearn More
On behalf of the American Geographical Society, the 2015 Fall Symposium Program Committee is sponsoring a Call for Paper and Ignite Sessions relating to “Exploring Our Future in an Urbanized World”. The Fall Symposium will be held at Columbia University in New York City, 19 – 20 November 2015.
By 11 May 2015, authors should submit a one to two page proposal for their paper or Ignite Session including the title, suggested track, a short description of the topic(s) to be addressed, and the approach that will be taken. Proposals, along with authors’ contact information, should be submitted via e-mail to AGS at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put "Symposium Proposal" in the subject line. For more information on Paper and Ignite Talk Proposals, please contact: email@example.comClick here for more information
The American Geographical Society, an organization with a 163 year history of geographic exploration, recently mounted a new expedition: An “Expedition to the Future.” The Geography2050 conference, held on November 19, 2014, by the AGS and the Earth Institute of Columbia University, provided a unique glimpse forward at the Earth and its inhabitants in the year 2050. Many “geo” conferences stress that “geography matters,” but Geography2050 offered details on why and how for a prestigious group of industry, government and academic geographers, and interested citizens. Read more...
Low Memorial Library and Roone Arledge Auditorium - Lerner Hall
116th Street and Broadway, New York City
917-745-8354 for information
until 2 October
3 October - 18 November
19 November - 20 November
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