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The Geographical Society of Ireland and the Geography Department (School of Geography & History DCU) are delighted to host the 48th Conference of Irish Geographers which will take place from Thursday 5th of May 2015 to Saturday 7th of May 2016. The organisers of the 2016 Conference of Irish Geographers (CIG) now invite submissions for papers for the full conference programme. We encourage submissions from all branches of geography for papers which address the conference theme Memory, identity and landscape - Geographical perspectives.
Paper proposals should include the following information:
There will be several side events at CIG 2016 including a graduate workshop on topics such as: thesis completion, applying for post-doctoral funding and for Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions. A ‘Flash Session’ will be also held during the CIG, where presenters have three minutes to present their research or innovative teaching practices.
For any academic queries about the conference, please contact email@example.com
For any paper submissions about the conference, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
If you intend to submit a paper for a themed session, please liaise with the session organiser in the first instance. Session organisers should contact the organising committee at the address below as soon as possible. NOTE: session organisers will be asked to provide the details of participants and their papers.