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Critical Geographies Mini-Conference, 2019

Critical Geographies 14th Annual Mini-Conference

Friday and Saturday, October 18-19, 2019

View the Program schedule here

Thank you to all who helped to make the 2019 Critical Geographies conference a huge success! Thank you especially to the Department of Geography, the Environmental Studies Program, the Department of Indigenous, Race, and Ethnic Studies, and the College of Arts and Sciences

Here are a few photos from the event!

Laura Pulido, Professor of Geography, UO, speaking on Commemorating to Erase: Making Visible White Supremacy in Oregon’s Historic Places.

Tianna Bruno, PhD Candidate, UO Geography, speaking on Being Undisciplined and Interdisciplined: Where Black Geographies meets Critical Physical Geography

The packed room at the conference center in the Many Nations Longhouse on the University of Oregon campus.

The themes for this year’s conference were:

  • Critical Race/Subaltern Geographies,
  • Digital Geographies,
  • Critical Physical Geographies, and
  • The intersections between these themes

Read more about this year’s themes

Meet the keynote speakers

View the Program schedule