10th International Conference on Population Geographies
Loughborough University, UK - 1st-3rd July 2019
The International Conference on Population Geographies is a biennial gathering of population geographers, spatial demographers, and others interested in presenting papers and sharing ideas on spatial population issues. The conference theme for the 10th ICPG at Loughborough University is "Resilient Populations".
The confirmed keynote speakers are:
- Professor Mark Ellis (University of Washington, Seattle, USA). Immigrant geographies, nativism, and xenophobia: past and present
- Dr Jamie Goodwin-White (University of California Los Angeles, USA). Contested states of race and immigration in Trump's America
Conference papers will each be allocated a time slot of 20 minutes. The recommended length of presentation is 15 minutes so that 5 minutes can be used for Q&A. The conference rooms will be equipped with a laptop and data projector, provide Internet access, and contain a whiteboard and flip chart board with suitable pens. Please contact Prof Darren Smith if you require any other media for your presentation.
Book your place
Please register for the conference below.
The conference registration fee for academics will be £375 until 30 April 2019.
The conference registration fee includes:
- Accommodation (for 1st and 2nd July) in ensuite bedroom (Burleigh Court)
- Full English or Continental Breakfast (x 2)
- Three course hot and cold luncheon (x 2)
- Three-course evening dinner (x 2)
- Unlimited tea/coffee and refreshments.
- Unlimited use of Spa and Leisure Complex
Loughborough University, Burleigh Court Conference Centre.
This conference is kindly supported by the RGS-IBG Population Geography Research Group (PopGeog), Centre for Communication and Culture, Loughborough University; Institute of Advanced Studies, Loughborough University; Secure and Resilient Societies, Loughborough University.