In our final twitter hour for this summer, Dr Sarah Marie Hall joined #gcyfrgchat to discuss her latest paper:
Moral geographies of family: articulating, forming and transmitting moralities in everyday life Social & Cultural Geography (2016): 1-23
In case you missed this session find here a summary of this twitter hour:
The date is coming closer so here a kind reminder:
The Royal Geographical Society Annual Conference will take place Thursday 30 August 2016 – 2 September in London this year.
Please take a look at the GCYFRG affiliated sessions:
This year’s GCYFRG AGM will take place on Weds 31 August 2016 during the Royal Geographical Society Annual Conference.
During the AGM we hold elections for GCYFRG Committee roles from which current members are stepping down having completed their maximum permitted term. This year this applies to two roles: Membership Officer and Workshop Officer.
Our next Twitter hour is Dr Sarah Marie Hall Tuesday 9th August 2-3pm discussing her article:
Moral geographies of family: articulating, forming and transmitting moralities in everyday life Social & Cultural Geography (2016): 1-23.
Missed the last twitter hour? Use the attached ‘storify’ to catch up on the conversations about love, biopower, activism and cyphers with Peter Kraftl.
Next up is Dr. Matt Finn (University of Exeter) on Thursday 28th July 2-3pm discussing his paper
Next up on our GCYFRG twitter hour is Prof. Peter Kraft on Monday 18th July 2-3pm where he’ll be discussing his paper:
Alter-Childhoods: Biopolitics and Childhoods in Alternative Education Spaces Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 105:1, 2015.
University of Birmingham, 14th – 15th September 2016
This international two day conference will bring together academics working with children and youth to address key themes of Habitat III; a forum for debate, critical reflection and interdisciplinary discussion.Young people and the ‘New Urban Agenda’ at the University of Birmingham will set the research agenda for young lives in urban contexts.
Registration closes 29th July
For those who are in Manchester between the 11th-15th July. An exhibition on Everyday Life in Austerity opens in Manchester and it is based on Sarah Marie Halls ethnographic research with families. Come along!