Call for Papers (RGS Annual Conference 2021): The Future of Quantitative Geography – Critical Engagements, Conceptual Borders

Conveners:
Alistair Anderson (University of Nottingham, alistair.anderson@nottingham.ac.uk)
Nicholas Dorward (University of Bristol, nd17631@bristol.ac.uk)
Lenka Hasova (University of Bristol, lenka.hasova@bristol.ac.uk)
Thomas Statham (University of Bristol, thomas.statham@bristol.ac.uk)
Isabelle Bi (University of Bristol, isabelle.bi@bristol.ac.uk)

Abstract:
This session is dedicated to the work of postgraduate students embracing quantitative methods to answer geographical research questions. 

We particularly welcome contributions that address the critical and emancipatory potential of quantitative work, or raise questions about the borders and bordering of quantitative geography.

All the participants of the session are automatically considered for the QMRG Best Paper Award, which will be announced at the AGM.

This session was co-organised by the QMRG and the Bristol PGR community in 2020 for the occasion of the University of Bristol School of Geographical Sciences’ Centenary celebration. Due to the postponement of the 2020 conference, the session will now run in 2021.

Instructions to Prospective Presenters:
Please send a 250 word abstract with your name and affiliation to nd17631@bristol.ac.uk and thomas.statham@bristol.ac.uk by 23:59 on the 14th February 2021. 

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