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My talk schedule at the New York AAG conference

The AAG Annual Meeting starts next week, and I wanted to quickly outline the talks and sessions I am presenting, organising, or co-authoring:

Feb 23rd: “Uneven Geographies of Knowledge: The Internet and the Need for Broader Participation” 5pm-8pm at the Development Geographies Specialty Group pre-conference.

Feb 24th: “The Technology of Religion: Mapping Religious Cyberscapes” 12:40pm - a paper that I have co-authored with Taylor Shelton and Matt Zook. Taylor will be presenting this one.

Feb 25th: “Augmented realities and uneven geographies: exploring the geolinguistic contours of the Web” 8:20am in the session on “Information Geographies” that I am also co-organising.

Feb 26th: “The First Annual Iron Sheep gathering/meeting/challenge

Feb 28th: “Iron Sheep: An open session dedicated to lightning mapping and understanding VGI in the "wild”“ 8:00am, and despite the fact that I’m a co-organiser, I’ll unfortunately have to skip this one in order to get back to Oxford in time to teach my ICT and Development course (which starts an hour after this session ends!).


Mark Grahamoii, conference, aag