MU Geography @ the AAG

April 9, 2018

sonar-uploads-9GhB91egTSeZvW0ApNz1_AAG-abstract-web-headerWith apologies if I have missed anyone – and please send corrections – here is the list of Maynooth papers at this year’s Annual Conference of the American Association of Geographers. This year in New Orleans. Good luck to you all, and an especial shout out to the four graduate students presenting their doctoral research.

Mary Gilmartin, Engaging publics in research on migrant integration: challenges and opportunities, Tuesday 10 April, 13.20, Napoleon A2, Sheraton, 3rd Floor.

Sasha Brown, Investigating State Archives: revealing cultures of state in the archives of the Irish asylum and refugee determination process, Wednesday 11 April, 8.00, Studio 8, Marriott, 2nd Floor.

Aoife Delaney, (In)compatibility of emergency management services and smart discourses, Wednesday 11 April, 10.00, Studio 5, Marriott, 2nd Floor.

Paolo Cardullo and Rob Kitchin, Smart commons or a smart approach to the commons? Wednesday 11 April, 11.00, Studio 5, Marriott, 2nd Floor.

Rachel Mc Ardle, The Temporality of Temporary Urbanism, Wednesday 11 April, 11.00, Riverview II, Marriott, 41st Floor.

Sinead Kelly, ‘Buy it, Fix it, Sell it’: urban assetization and high-velocity finance in reconfiguring the post-crisis city, Wednesday 11 April, 13.20, Riverview I, Marriott, 41st Floor.

Proinnsias Breathnach,The spatial configuration of global markets for IT-mediated services: Ireland, Europe and tax avoidance, Thursday 12 April, 8.20, Grand Ballroom B, Astor, 2nd Floor.

Dean Phelan, Making Hui: (re)imagining minority boundaries in Beijing, Friday 13 April, 14.00, Studio 6, Marriott, 2nd Floor.

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