Race Ethnicity and Place (REP) VIII Conference

The Race, Ethnicity and Place Conference fosters dialogue on a range of issues related to the racial and ethnic transformation of places. It encourages interdisciplinary perspectives, philosophical and methodological diversity, and professional and student perspectives on such issues. The conference is committed to providing high quality programs and remaining open to broad participation by theoreticians, practitioners, and students.…
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Online art exhibition to accompany ‘GeoHumanities’ journal

The AAG’s newest journal, GeoHumanities, launched in 2015, is not only an exciting new forum for interdisciplinary scholarship at the intersection of geography and the humanities. It also provides the space for publishing more creative work which crosses over between the academy and practice. The “Practices and Curations” section of each issue features a range…
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Race Ethnicity and Place VIII Conference Scheduled for 2016

The Race Ethnicity and Place (REP) VIII Conference will be held Sept. 21 - 23, 2016, at Kent State University. The program committee welcomes paper, poster and panel presentations on any theme related to race, ethnicity and place. Perspectives are welcomed from a variety of disciplines and from professionals and students involved in race/ethnicity studies. For specific…
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Annual Meeting

Mona Domosh’s Past President’s Address on Genealogies of Race, Gender, and Place

In her Past President’s address at the 2016 AAG Annual Meeting, Mona Domosh will explore the interconnected historical geographies of race, gender, and place. She will consider how race and racisms have been entangled with spatial imaginaries and place-based materialities throughout much of American history and geography, and how these entanglements continue to shape raced…
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