AAG 2017 – Friday, April 7

8:00 AM – 9:40 AM

  • 3120,3220 Human Geography Poster Session II
    • Hall C, Hynes, Second Floor
    • *** Poster #075: Defining and Understanding Street Art as it Relates to the    Black Lives Matter Movement in Baltimore
  • 3168 Racial Capitalism: Mobilizing a Theoretical Framework for Thinking and Acting the world
    • St. Botolph, Marriott, Second Floor
  • 3133 Piety and protest: Critical geographies of faith-based social movements
    • Room 313, Hynes, Third Level
  • 3102 Food Justice in the Changing City 1
    • Room 102, Hynes, Plaza Level
  • 3103 Cultural Geographies
    • Room 103, Hynes, Plaza Level

10:00 AM – 11:40 AM

  • 3299 Class, Race, Gender, Place: Critical Historical Geographies
    • Vermont, Marriott, Fifth Floor

1:20 PM – 3:00 PM

  • 3417 Race, Place and Violence: Historical and Contemporary Issues of Memory I
    • Room 206, Hynes, Second Level
  •  3492 PREM: A Roundtable on Prisons, Racism, Empire, Militarism
    • Provincetown, Marriott, Fourth Floor
  • 3463 Engagements with the work of Dianne Rocheleau III: practicing political ecology
    • Commonwealth, Sheraton, Third Floor

3:20 PM – 5:00 PM

  • 3517 Race, Place and Violence: Historical and Contemporary Issues of Memory II
    • Room 206, Hynes, Second Level
  • 3577 Real Estate Technologies: Genealogies, Frontiers, & Critiques III
    • Harvard, Marriott, Third Floor
  • 3549 Critical urban theory in the ‘urban age’: Voices from another planet II
    • Beacon E, Sheraton, Third Floor

 5:20 PM – 7:00 PM

  • 3617 Race, Place and Violence: Historical and Contemporary Issues of Memory III
    • Room 206, Hynes, Second Level
  • 3649 Critical urban theory in the ‘urban age’: Voices from another planet III
    • Beacon E, Sheraton, Third Floor
  • 3684 Geographies and Counter-geopolitics of Humor amid Adversity-2
    • Fairfield, Marriott, Third Floor

Thursday, April 6

8:00 AM – 9:40 AM

  • 2109 What does it mean to do interdisciplinary research on past environments? Exploring mixed methods in geography through the lens of critical physical geography – Part 1
    • Room 110, Hynes, Plaza Level
  • 2117 Participatory Research in Geography 1: Approaches
    • Room 206, Hynes, Second Level
  • 2128 Racism’s Toxic Entanglements in the Age of Flint and Ferguson I
    • Room 308, Hynes, Third Level
  • 2144 Whither the Growth Machine I: Financialization and the Rescaling of the Growth Machine
    • Constitution A, Sheraton, Second Floor
  • 2160 Authors Meets the Critics: Brent McCusker, William Moseley, and Maano Ramutsindela’s “Land Reform in South Africa: The Uneven Transformation”
    • Fairfax B, Sheraton, Third Floor
  • 2181 Issues in Ethnicity and Race
    • Clarendon, Marriott, Third Floor
  • 2199 Demographic Fantasies, Fever Dreams, and the Unbearable Whiteness of Contemporary Politics
    • Vermont, Marriott, Fifth Floor

10:00 AM – 11:40 AM

  • 2228 Racism’s Toxic Entanglements in the Age of Flint and Ferguson II
    • Room 308, Hynes, Third Level
  • 2249 Destabilizing race and nature: critical perspectives
    • Beacon E, Sheraton, Third Floor
  • 2248 Conservation, Tourism, and Livelihoods 2: Challenges for Parks and Protected areas
    • Beacon D, Sheraton, Third Floor

1:20 PM – 3:00 PM

  • 2420,2520 Human Geography Poster Session I
    • Hall C, Hynes, Second Floor
    • ***Poster #029: Disaster Effects on Historically Black Princeville, N.C. from Hurricanes Floyd and Matthew, 1999 and 2016.
  • 2402 Enacting an inclusive professional community
    • Room 102, Hynes, Plaza Level
  • 2428 J. W. Nystrom Award Competition
    • Room 308, Hynes, Third Level
  •  2444 Who’s Afraid of Racial Geographies? Variations on Anti-racist Critique
    • Constitution A, Sheraton, Second Floor
  • 2492 PREM: The Daily Life of Police Violence
    • Provincetown, Marriott, Fourth Floor
  • 2481 Immigrants’ Housing Experiences in Urban and Suburban areas in Canada, the U.S., and Australia
    • Clarendon, Marriott, Third Floor

3:20 PM – 5:00 PM

  • 2516 Walking the Tightrope: Practical Ideas for Building Inclusive Spaces for Women in Geography
    • Room 205, Hynes, Second Level
  • 2563 Visual Relational Poverty Politics
    • Commonwealth, Sheraton, Third Floor

 

 

 

 

AAG: Wednesday, April 5

8:00 AM – 9:40 AM

  • 1140 The Visible and Invisible in Rural Communities 1: Group Identity and Constructions of Place
    • Liberty B, Sheraton, Second Floor
  • 1164 Truthful Lies: Race, Coloniality, and the Archive of Modernity
    • Boylston, Marriott, First Floor

10:00 AM – 11:40 AM

  • 1239 Radical, rigorous, risky: Re-imagining knowledge production
    • Independence West, Sheraton, Second Floor
  • 1268 Emerging 21st Century Cities II
    • St. Botolph, Marriott, Second Floor
  • 1253 Critical Approaches to Immigration Research 2: Politics of Representation
    • Dalton A, Sheraton, Third Floor
  • 1289 Feminist geographies actually: claiming space as a feminist geographer (II)
    • Vineyard, Marriott, Fourth Floor

12:40 PM – 2:20 PM

  • 1456 Feminist Political Geographies 3: Bridging Feminist Political and Economic Geographies
    • Hampton B, Sheraton, Third Floor

2:40 PM – 4:20 PM

  • 1507 Perspectives on East Africa
    • Room 108, Hynes, Plaza Level

4:40 PM – 6:20 PM

  • 1611 IJURR Lecture: Rinaldo Walcott on Black Movements: Lampedusa, Black Lives Matter and Reorienting Freedom
    • Room 200, Hynes, Second Level
  • 1614 Barriers and Opportunities for women in the Geography STEM subdisciplines
    • Room 203, Hynes, Second Level
  • 1645 Curating (in)security: Unsettling Geographies of Cyberspace (2)
    • Constitution B, Sheraton, Second Floor

AAG 2017

The newly formed Black Geographies Specialty Group will hold its first business meeting at the 2017 AAG Meeting.

Session 4315: Black Geographies Specialty Group Business Meeting
Room 204, Hynes, Second Level

Please join us!

Need help navigating AAG sessions? Check out our guide to Black Geographers and Black Geographies for the meeting:

2017 AAG Guide – Black Geographers and Black Geographies