Department of Geography and Planning

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Mark the date April 21st and 22nd @ 10am! GPHY 801/857 Graduate Presentations

Dear colleagues

Our Fall 2020 incoming graduate cohort will be presenting their proposed research ideas on April 21st and April 22nd, and are inviting you to come and hear them. Please take some time to attend their presentations, it will introduce you to the wonderful cohort of scholars who joined our community this year, and the wonderful research projects that they will be conducting in our department over the next couple of years. We know that this is a busy time, but we really hope, and look forward to you joining us if you can.

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Queen's Northern Research Symposium, virtual conference with the theme Many Sciences, Many People, Tues., April 13, 2021

The Queen’s Northern Research Symposium (QNRS) is an annual student-run conference that brings together individuals from Queen’s University who are involved in northern research. It provides an opportunity for students to present their research, to network, and to broaden their knowledge of the North. Researchers from any discipline (including Social and Health Sciences, Engineering, and Natural Sciences) are welcome.  
 

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Empowering Others: Carving Spaces in the Academy lecture series, Dr. Grace Adeniyi-Ogunyankin, March 29, at 12noon

In the 2020-21 academic year, the Sociology Department is hosting the Empowering Others: Carving Spaces in the Academy lecture series for its second run. This series centres scholars’ diverse experiences navigating the challenging world of academia. Speakers share what brought them to academia, some of the challenges they’ve faced, and how they have carved a place for themselves and others in their fields.

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GPPL Seminar Series: Interrogating the Anthropocene: The Challenge of Integrative Geographical Research. March 24th, 2021 @ 2:30 pm via Zoom.

The Department of Geography and Planning presents Interrogating the Anthropocene: The Challenge of Integrative Geographical Research (png, 189kB) on Wednesday March 24 at 2:30 PM EST. This is a conversation with Dr. Marilyn Raphael (University of California, Los Angeles) and Dr. Andrew Baldwin (Durham University).

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Queen's University Contagion Lecture Series, Neoliberal faultlines and the third sector COVID-19 response in Vancouver's Single Room Occupancy Hotels, March 23, 2021 at 4:00 p.m. via Zoom

School of Policy Studies Events, Queen's University Contagion Cultures Lecture Series

Audrey Kobayashi and Jeff Masuda

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Geography GSC Seminar, 'The Interdisciplinary Approach: The Many Fields of our Work', March 22/21, 10-11:30 a.m. via Zoom

The last GSC seminar of the year, ‘The Interdisciplinary Approach: The Many Fields of our Work’ (pdf, 2.8MB) will be taking place on Monday, March 22nd from 10 – 11:30 am. Join us in this discussion on the importance of interdisciplinary work and to get some tips from our speakers on how to make your own work more interdisciplinary. The seminar will feature talks by Dr.

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GPPL SeminarSeries: Reckoning with the Past and Envisioning the Future: The Geography Curriculum; Wed. March 3 2021 @ 2:30pm on Zoom

A friendly reminder to join us on Wednesday March 3rd at 2:30PM EST in conversation with Dr. Patricia Noxolo (University of Birmingham UK);  Dr. Audrey Kobayashi and Dr. Beverley Mullings (Queen’s University) on the topic of Reckoning with the Past Envisioning the Future: The Geography Curriculum (png, 169kB).

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