IGU Gender and Geography Commission Call for Organised Sessions, Papers and Posters, Quebec 6-10 August 2018

The Gender and Geography Commission of the IGU invites Calls for Papers and ​​
Session Sponsorship requests for paper presentations, panels and
posters ​ ​
for the upcoming Regional IGU 2018 in Quebec City (August 6 – 10, 2018) See attached, and

The Gender and Geography Commission’s central theme is ‘A continuing agenda for gender: respecting difference, fostering dialogue’. The theme highlights the continued push that geographers must make to create more space for pluralism, by strengthening comparative work between North and South/East and West, and by increasing collaborative efforts among geographers across international and sub-disciplinary boundaries, as well as generations. We continue to foster dialogue on the intersection of gender with other identities that play a role in the experience of place, such as age, social class, ethnicity, sexuality, ability and others. ​ Please see

https://igugender.wixsite.com/ igugender

We are interested in papers, panels and posters that deal substantially  ​with​
genders, including but limited to these topics:

– Feminist and queer theories, politics, methods and approaches;

– Lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, intersex, and queer (LGBTIQ) identities, communities and politics;​
– Heterosexualities, heteronormativities and homonormativities;
– Practices and spaces of desires, reproductions, intimacies, and relationships;
– Couples, families, single people and other forms of organizing ​kinship, ​
social-sexual lives; and
– Indigenous genders and sexualities.

AND their intersections with:

– Race, gender, class, dis/ability, religion;
– colonialism and imperialism;
– Nation-building;
– Migration and im/mobility;
– Policymaking;
– Labour activisms;
– Socio-economic inequalities;
– Health and social services; and
– Theory building

Please consider having the Gender and Geography Commission co-sponsor your IGU sessions.  ​ ​E
mail Lynda Johnston (lynda.johnston@waikato.ac.nz) for requests, inquiries, questions and proposals. ​


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