CAG 2021: 71st Annual Meeting & Conference
Embracing connectivity: Coming together and moving forward
VIRTUAL – Hosted by UNBC Geography – June 7-11, 2021
The Geography Program at UNBC is pleased to extend an invitation to the 71st Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers. We are very excited to host the CAG's upcoming Annual Meeting, which will run virtually from June 7-11, 2021.
THEME AND INVITATION
The theme of the meeting is Embracing connectivity: Coming together and moving forward and we invite submissions from all areas of geographic scholarship. As we look forward to a post-COVID world, geographers are needed more than ever to lead the way in bringing together scholarship from across the spectrum (humanities, social and natural sciences) that addresses the pressing challenges of our age (e.g., the climate crisis, Indigenous rights and tenure, environmental change, a wide range of justice issues, antiracism). Now,
more than ever, geographic scholarship, ideas, perspectives, and tools remain effective means by which to enhance greater understanding, cooperation, empathy, and equity in the face of societal and, indeed, global issues and challenges.
The virtual 2021 CAG is a tremendous opportunity to reconnect as a scholarly community, share our achievements and learnings, and support each other as we move forward together in these uncertain times. Join us and be part of a resilient and dynamic future for Canadian geography!
Submission deadline: February 12, 2021
Those wishing to organize special sessions (papers or panel discussion) must provide a session title and up to 250-word description. If the names of presenters or panelists are known, please also provide this information.
Submission deadline: March 26, 2021
Those wishing to present their research as a paper or poster are invited to submit a title, a complete list of authors and affiliations, an abstract of 250 words or less, and up to five key word terms. If the lead author is a student, the presentation can be considered for a student award in the appropriate student category (i.e., Undergraduate, Masters or PhD). In cases where a student is presenting work completed in an earlier degree, the appropriate adjudication category is the one in which you are presently enrolled.
Dr. Catherine Nolin
CAG 2021 Organizing Committee Chair
Conference hashtag: #CAG2021