Sunday, April 9

8:00 AM – 9:00 AM

  •  5129 Filmmaker meets critics: The Prison in Twelve Landscapes
    • Room 309, Hynes, Third Level
  • 5119 Looking at High- and Low-Level Crime, Criminality, and Criminalization in a Geographic Context.
    • Room 210, Hynes, Second Level
  • 5181 Food, Retail, Land Use, and Environment Interactive Short Papers
    • Clarendon, Marriott, Third Floor
  • 5128 Health and Discourse Across Scales
    • Room 308, Hynes, Third Level

10:00 AM – 11:40 AM

  • 5226 Keywords for Urban Geography
    • Room 306, Hynes, Third Level
  • 5272 Suburban Geographies of Crisis and Change I
    • MIT, Marriott, Third Floor
  • 5297 The Aesthetics of Neighborhood Renewal: Exclusivity Through and by Design
    • Massachusetts, Marriott, Fifth Floor
  • 5261 Perspectives on Development & Social Change Across Africa and the Diaspora
    • Jefferson, Sheraton, Third Floor
  • 5209 Contextualizing the diverse Geographies of Africa
    • Room 110, Hynes, Plaza Level

4:00 PM – 5:40 PM

  • 5591 Historical Geographies, Race, and Ethnicity
    • Nantucket, Marriott, Fourth Floor
  • 5506 Racial Scars that Still Reflected on the Space
    • Room 107, Hynes, Plaza Level
  • 5515 Crime and Divided Cities in North America
    • Room 204, Hynes, Second Level
  • 5576 Geospatial Health Research Symposium: Spatial Data and Analytical Methods in Health Geography
    • Wellesley, Marriott, Third Floor

Saturday, April 8

8:00 AM – 9:00 AM

  • 4105 Planning the (White) City: Neoliberal Urbanism and the Rise of the Homogenous City, Session I
    • Room 105, Hynes, Plaza Level
  • 4182 Urban Metaphors and Social Inequalities in the Americas
    • Dartmouth, Marriott, Third Floor
  • 4183 Geographies of Slow Violence 1: Gendered Violence
    • Exeter, Marriott, Third Floor
  • 4158 Political Geographies of Place Naming: International Context and International Organizations
    • Gardner B, Sheraton, Third Floor
  • 4128 Resilience, Food, and Agriculture: Social-Ecological Frameworks for Sustainability and Social Justice I – Social & Ecological Diversity
    • Room 308, Hynes, Third Level

10:00 AM – 11:40 AM

  •  4215 Black Matters are Spatial Matters
    • Room 204, Hynes, Second Level
  • 4282 Spatializing Race I: Understanding the resilience of ‘race’ and racial imaginaries across space and time
    • Dartmouth, Marriott, Third Floor
  • 4205 Planning the (White) City: Neoliberal Urbanism and the Rise of the Homogenous City, Session II
    • Room 105, Hynes, Plaza Level
  •  4283 Geographies of Slow Violence 2: Health/Care
    • Exeter, Marriott, Third Floor
  • 4264 Into the Void II: Chimerical
    • Boylston, Marriott, First Floor

11:50 AM – 1:10 PM

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

1:20 PM – 3:00 PM

  • 4493 Geographies of Trauma 1: Locating trauma in urban space
    • Orleans, Marriott, Fourth Floor
  • 4482 Spatializing Race II: Dismantling structures and stretching intellectual exchanges
    • Dartmouth, Marriott, Third Floor
  • 4426 Globalization and the Matter of Black Lives
    • Room 306, Hynes, Third Level
  • 4477 What’s School Got to Do with It?: Race, Resistance, and a Call for Critical Geographies of Education 1
    • Harvard, Marriott, Third Floor
  • 4405 Confronting the (White) City and White Spatial Imaginaries: A Conversation
    • Room 105, Hynes, Plaza Level

3:20 PM – 5:00 PM

  • 4507 Sex and Gender in Election 2016
    • Room 108, Hynes, Plaza Level
  • 4582 Spatializing Race III: Building a sustainable space of intellectual exchange: A Journal Conversation
    • Dartmouth, Marriott, Third Floor
  • 4508 Sexuality and Space 20+1 III: Futures
    • Room 109, Hynes, Plaza Level
  • 4577 What’s School Got to Do with It?: Race, Resistance, and a Call for Critical Geographies of Education 2
    • Harvard, Marriott, Third Floor
  • 4573 Critical Worldbuilding 2: Counterfactuals and building alternative futures
    • Boston University, Marriott, Third Floor
  • 4543 Gail Hobbs Student Paper Competition
    • Back Bay Ballroom B, Sheraton, Second Floor
  • 4567 Gendered Geographies of (Dis)Organized Violence
    • Columbus 2, Marriott, First Floor

5:20 PM – 7:00 PM

  • 4609 Water Management II: Social, Political and Cultural Issues
    • Room 110, Hynes, Plaza Level
  • 4677 What’s School Got to Do with It?: Race, Resistance, and a Call for Critical Geographies of Education 3
    • Harvard, Marriott, Third Floor
  • 4670 Revolutionary Methodologies II
    • Northeastern, Marriott, Third Floor

 

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