2016 Conference on Critical Geography: Situated Solidarities

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The University of Kentucky Department of Geography is hosting the 23rd Annual Conference on Critical Geography, Oct. 14th through 16th. This conference is free and open to the public. 

We are especially excited this year to host a Pancake Brunch on Sunday. All are welcome, but please make a donation if possible at the conference registration desk or the brunch itself to help allay the costs.

Twitter Hashtag: #critgeo2016

 

2016 Critical Geography Conference Schedule Overview

 

Friday, Oct. 14th

3:00-4:00

Registration

2nd floor hallway by conference rooms, Classroom Building

4:00-6:00

Organizer Welcome

Introduction of Keynote

Paul Routledge Keynote

Rm. 122, Classroom Building

6:00-9:00

"Collective Engagement" Party

Gaines Center (Commonwealth House)

 

Saturday, Oct. 15th

TIME

Classroom Building, Room 204

Classroom Building, Room 208

Classroom Building,
Room 212

9:00-10:30

Activist Imaginaries 1

(Re)Making Cities

Atmospheres and Undergrounds

1st Coffee Break

 

 

11:00-12:30

Solidarities Across the Lines of (Under)Development and (Un)Belonging

Regulating Bodies

Laws, Norms, Force: Scholar-Activism or Scholar/Activism?

Lunch Break

on your own

 

2:00-3:30

Scholar-Activism: Questioning Practices

Shaking Up The University

Race, Coloniality, and the Archive of Modernity

2nd Coffee Break

 

 

4:00-5:30

Futurity and Utopia

Activist Imaginaries II: Loud and Unlikely Acts

 

Dinner break

on your own

 

9:00

Dance Party at Sound Bar

 

Sunday, Oct. 16th

TIME

The 90

10:00-12:00

Pancake Brunch

 

 

 

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