Tomorrow I catch the 8.20am flight from Atlanta to Seattle to attend the 2011 Association of American Geographers Conference.
I’ll be speaking in a panel on Matt Hannah’s new book, Dark Territory in the Information Age, which was organised by Steve Legg. Co-panelists include Patricia Ehrkamp (University of Kentucky) and Neil Smith (CUNY Graduate School).
Thursday, 4/14/2011, from 2:40 PM – 4:20 PM in 619 – Washington State Convention Center, Level 6
I’ve also organised and will chair a session on “Geographies of Intelligence and Counter-Intelligence” which will feature talks by David Murakami Wood (Queen’s University), Merje Kuus (UBC), Richard Nisa (Rutgers), Mike Heffernan (Nottingham) and Steve McClure & Nigel Waters (GMU).
Tuesday, 4/12/2011, from 4:40 PM – 6:20 PM in 613 – Washington State Convention Center, Level 6
Prior to AAG I’ll be participating in an interesting sounding preconference on VGI, organised by Sarah Elwood, Mike Goodchild and Dan Sui (Aspen Room, Sheraton Hotel). See link here.