THREATS TO GEOGRAPHY AND SOCIAL SCIENCE FUNDING
In recent months, various threats to geography and social science research funding have arisen as the result of Congressional actions. This page details the most-serious threats and suggests ways in which AAG members can engage on these critical issues.
- Coburn Amendment & Political Science
- AAG & APSA Coordination
- Social Science Funding
- AAG Resolution on Geography Education
- How AAG Members Can Help
Dates Set for 2014 AAG Annual Meeting in Tampa, Fla.
The association looks forward to its next meeting in Tampa, set for April 8 to April 12, 2014. The conference will feature over 5,000 presentations, posters, workshops, and field trips. Sessions will be organized around featured themes and relevant topics, such as Florida and the Global South, Climate Change, Migration and Immigration, Hazards: Resilience and Vulnerability, and many more. Watch your inbox for a Call for Papers later this spring.
An American Association of Geographers?
By Eric Sheppard
Naming objects is a time-honored preoccupation among geographers, whether those objects are places, concepts, or discourses. It's high time we turned these debates to how we name ourselves.