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Rebecca Solnit to Speak
Don't miss Rebecca Solnit discuss her "infinite trilogy" of atlases in her talk "Mapping the Infinite City" during the annual meeting in San Francisco.
AAG 2016 Offers Childcare
The AAG is again making an investment to provide full-time, professionally-managed and staffed onsite childcare services for the 2016 annual meeting.
Early Registration Ends Feb. 18
There's still time to save on registration and see special guests, like Rebecca Solnit, Judith Butler and David Lowenthal.
will increase Feb. 18.
Schedule a Field Trip or Workshop
Explore the rich physical and cultural geography of the San Francisco area through field trips and expand your area of expertise with a workshop.
Two Weeks Left to Submit Posters
Time is running out to submit your poster at the AAG annual. Register by Feb. 18 and save. Three engaging topics are planned this year.
New Issue Available Now
Volume 4, Issue 1 is now available with
Lifeblood: Oil, Freedom, and the Forces of Capital
American Geography and Geographers.
Read the Journal
Bias and Consideration
by Sarah Witham Bednarz
Session Commemorating William Garrison To Follow Presentation of Garrison Award
The Annual Meeting Preliminary Program Is Now Available Online
Explore the Growing List of AAG 2016 SF Field Trips, Workshops and Excursions
Audrey Kobayashi Selected for AAG Presidential Achievement Award
Michael Goodchild To Receive AAG Stanley Brunn Award for Creativity in Geography
Kenneth Foote Honored with AAG Susan Hardwick Excellence in Mentoring Award
2016 AAG Honors Announced
Judith Butler To Give Plenary Talk at AAG Annual Meeting on March 29, 2016
David Lowenthal To Speak at AAG 2016 in San Francisco
Mona Domosh’s Past President’s Address on Genealogies of Race, Gender, and Place
Don't Miss AAG Geography Careers Events at the Annual Meeting
AAG Calls for Nominations for Standing Committees
of the AAG seeks papers for special issue on "Social Justice and the City"
AAG Archivist Geoffrey Martin Provides Rare Glimpses into the History of Geography
AAG seeks interns for the spring, summer, and fall semesters
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