Professor Oğuz Işık of Middle East Technical University, Department of City & Regional Planning will give the first keynote at the EUROGEO 2015 conference. Among his major publications are “Poverty in turns- The Case of Sultanbeyli” (2001, co-authored with Melih Pinarcioglu), “The History of Turkish Real Estate Bank” (1999, co-authored with Murat Güvenç). His presentation will examine "Social Sciences, Geography and Inequalities in the 21st Century".
Only a few days to go
The deadline for abstracts (March 12th) is getting closer. It is also the deadline for the early bird rate. We invite you to submit abstracts for paper presentations and poster sessions from all areas of the discipline and related subjects. You may also like to consider presenting hands-on workshops. See more at: http://www.eurogeography.eu/2015-meeting-and-conference/ The early bird rate for conference fee payments also ends March 12th 2015
The Conference 2015 theme is "Communicating Geography: serving our world" The 2015 EUROGEO Annual Meeting and Conference will be organised in conjunction with and hosted by the Turkish Association of Geographers (TAG), in Ankara on 21-22 May 2015. An optional field excursion to Cappadocia will take place all day on 23 May 2015. More
Journal: Conference Issue
The European Journal of Geography (EJG) publishes at least one issue each year on the conference theme, which for 2015 is "Communicating Geography". EJG is an international, peer reviewed open access, free to download publication. The Journal now on Scopus, is based on the European Association of Geographers’ goal to make European Geography a worldwide reference and standard. The deadline for submission of articles for the conference issue (only via the journal web site) is July 15 2015. More