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Congress Programme


Paper sessions and panels [initial and last parallel session number, room]

S01. Alternative food networks: the biopolitics of quality and embeddedness [9-10, G4] S02. Beyond “Fortress Europe”? Bordering and crossbordering processes along the European Union external frontiers [1-6, B2] S03. Breaking down boundaries: geographers for a new geography of Europe [4-6, B1] S04. Cartography, geography, geographic information. Representation, visualization, analysis [5-8, S1] S05. Changes in landscape studies: considering landscape as a “mediator” [1-4, B4] S06. Common Agriculture Policy role and value in a changing world. Food-agriculture-environment as key factors in order to get through the current global economic crisis [1-3, S2] S07. Comparative urban geography of post-socialist cities [4-6, B3] S08. Convergence, regional disparities and social cohesion: how did the financial crises change European geography [7-8, G4] S09. Crisis and new geographies of finance in European regions between social inclusion and resilience [4-6, G5]


S10. Economic recession: interpretations, performances, and reifications in the tourism domain [5-6, G4] S11. ESPON evidence in a changing Europe [7-10, G1] S12. Ethics and geographical knowledge: which research for which legitimacies? [1-2, S3] S13. Ethno-cultural diversity and the question of the national [7-8, G5] S14. Geographies of TransformAction: spaces, processes, practices and tactics of reappropriation in contemporary activism [4-6, S3] S15. Geography and literature: from world’s review to territories development [1-4, G4] S16. Geography education’s challenges in changing geographies [1-3, S1] S17. Interdependencies between policies, energy consumption, and global environmental change: a geographic perspective [4, S2] S18. Is landscape a common? Geographical diversity of landscape’s perceptions and changes through time [7-9, F1] S19. Just in time geographies. The challenge of big data and citizen science in spatial analysis and geographical thinking [4, S1] S20. Multiple geographical perspectives on hazards and disasters [2-3, B1]


S21. New geo-graphies of exile. Displacements, re-placements and literary reconstructions of belonging [6, G1] S22. New spatialities: Europe and its neighbouring regions [8-9, G3] S23. “Old” and “new” economic geography: perspectives for city growth and development [5-6, B4] S24. Planning ‘outer’ relations: strategical partnership, neighbourhood policy and their local impact [7, G3] S25. Postmodern cartographies: epistemological and methodological issues in mapping power and social change [5-6, S2] S26. Recent development in global changes and human mobilities [1-5, G1] S27. Rural development and local identities in the European Union [3-6, F1] S28. Social capital in Europe: a geographical perspective. The social and economic networks of trust for territorial development [1-2, F1] S29. Spatialities: topography and/versus topology in contemporary spatial thinking [5-6, G2] S30. Sustainable land management: smart governance for changing geographies of land use [7, S2]


S31. The Air, the Water, the Earthquake: perceived “threats” from the environment and the shaping of landscape [7-8, S3] S32. The European city: is there still a distinctive European model of urban governance? [7-9, G2] S33. Trends in historical geography. Applied research and methods for spatial and landscape planning [9-10, S1] S34. Which future(s) for agriculture in urbanising areas? Geography of innovation and innovations in geography [1-3, B3] S35. Repenser les migrations méditerranéens face à la crise économique [9-10, G5] S37. Symbolic Landscapes [10, F1] S38. Land Use and Sustainability [8, S2] P01. Changing geographies and policy challenges in European territorial cooperation and EU macro regional strategies [4, G2] P02. Geographical problems of toponymy [10, G3] P03. The European Union between the US and China: towards a tripolar world system or a Sino-centric world-system? [10, G2]


Parallel sessions Rooms:

G1

Aula I

1

G2

Aula II

G3

Aula III

G4

Aula IV

G5

Aula V

F1 Aula Geografia

st

Sept. 5th, 10.3012.10 nd

2

13.1014.50

3

rd

15.1016.50 th

4

Sept. 6th, 08.3010.10 th

5

10.3012.10

6

th

14.5016.30 th

7

Sept. 7th, 08.3010.10 th

8

10.3012.10

9

th

14.5016.30

10

th

16.5018.30

S26

S15

S28

S26

S15

S28

S26

S15

S27

S26

P01

S15

S09

S27

S26

S29

S10

S09

S27

S21

S29

S10

S09

S27

S11

S32

S24

S08

S13

S18

S11

S32

S22

S08

S13

S18

S11

S32

S22

S01

S35

S18

S11

P03

P02

S01

S35

S37


Rooms:

S1

Aula A

S2

Aula grande

S3

Aula piccola

B1

B2

B3

B4

Aula Odeion

Aula Partenone

Aula Archeologia

S02

S34

S05

S16 S06 S12 S20 S02

S34

S05

S16 S06

S20 S02

S34

S05

S19 S17 S14 S03 S02

S07

S05

S04 S25 S14 S03 S02

S07

S23

S04 S25 S14 S03 S02

S07

S23

S16 S06 S12

S04 S30 S31 S04 S38 S31 S33 S33

Aula Vetri

1st

Sept. 5th, 10.3012.10 nd

2

13.1014.50

3rd

15.1016.50 th

4

Sept. 6th, 08.3010.10 th

5

10.3012.10

6th

14.5016.30 th

7

Sept. 7th, 08.3010.10 th

8

10.3012.10

9th

14.5016.30

10th 16.5018.30


Room name Sala Protomoteca Aula Magna B1 B2 B3 B4

Aula a Vetri Aula Odeion Aula Partenone Aula Archeologia

Location Campidoglio, Piazza del Campidoglio University La Sapienza, Rettorato building Basement Basement

Events

Basement

Sessions S07, S34

Basement

Sessions S05, S23

Opening ceremony, Plenary 1 Plenary 2, 3 Sessions S03, S20 Sessions S02

G1

Aula I

Ground Floor

Plenary 4, Sessions S11, S21, S26, Closing Ceremony

G2

Aula II

Ground Floor

Sessions P01, P03, S29, S32

G3

Aula III

Ground Floor

Sessions P02, S22, S24

G4

Aula IV

Ground Floor

Sessions S01, S08, S10, s15

G5

Aula V

Ground Floor

Sessions S09, S13, S35

F1

Aula Geografia

First Floor, Sessions S18, S27, Geography Department S28, S37

S1

Aula A

Second Floor

S2

Aula grande

S3

Aula piccola

Second Floor, History Department Second Floor, History Department

Sessions S04, S19, S16, S33 Sessions S06, S17, S25, S30, S38 Sessions S12, S14, S31


calendar

program

rooms

sessions


SCHEDULE: Sept 5th, Main Congress Venue, then Campidoglio 08.30: Registration 10.30 - 12.10: Parallel sessions, first slot 12.10 - 13.10: Lunch break 13.10 - 14.50: Parallel sessions, second slot 14.50 - 15.10: Break 15.10 - 16.50: Parallel sessions, third slot 16.50: Bus transfer to Campidoglio 17:30 - 18:10: Opening Ceremony 18:10 - 19.30: First Plenary 19.30: Welcome Cocktail Sept 6th, Main Congress Venue, then Villa Celimontana 08.30 - 10.10: Parallel sessions, fourth slot 10.10 - 10.30: Break 10.30 - 12.10: Parallel sessions, fifth slot 12.10 - 13.10: Lunch break 13.10 - 14.30: Second Plenary (Aula Magna Rettorato) 14.30 - 14.50: Break 14.50 - 16.30: Parallel sessions, sixth slot 16.30 - 16.50: Break 16.50 - 18.10: Third Plenary (Aula Magna Rettorato) 18.10: Bus transfer to Villa Celimontana 18.40 - 20.00: Concert and Visit of SGI 20.00: Social Dinner Sept 7th, Main Congress Venue 08.30 - 10.10: Parallel sessions, seventh slot 10.10 - 10.30: Break 10.30 - 12.10: Parallel sessions, eighth slot 12.10 - 13.10: Lunch break 13.10 - 14.30: Fourth Plenary (G1, Aula 1) 14.30 - 14.50: Break 14.50 - 16.30: Parallel sessions, ninth slot 16.30 - 16.50: Break 16.50 - 18.30: Parallel sessions, tenth slot 18.30 - 19.00: Closing ceremony


EUGEO 2013 mini-programme