In the name of organizers, we would like to invite you to the 11th Meeting of European Geographers of Religion: International Colloquia on the Changing Religious Landscape of Europe, with the special focus on the Postsecularism in Europe: Trends and Regional Differentiation. The meeting is held in Prague, Czechia, on June 27–28, 2019, and organized by members of the Department of Social Geography and Regional Development, Faculty of Science, Charles University, supported by the project of the Grant Agency of the Czech Republic no. 1708370S “Post-Secularism in Czechia: Trends and Regional Differentiation”, under the auspices of the president of the Czech Geographical Society and the vice dean of the Faculty of Science, Charles University.
The registration for the conference with or without presentation is to be sent to email firstname.lastname@example.org due to April 15, 2019.
Should you need further information, please see the call for papers here or visit our website here.
The 17th International Conference of Historical Geographers registration is coming! The conference is organized by Warsaw University and Institute of History, Polish Academy of Sciences will organize in July 2018 (from 16th to 20th) in Warsaw, Poland. Registration form and other information such as fees, field trips, terms & conditions are available on the conference website.
The Historical Geography Research Centre in cooperation with The EUCALAND Institute is organising an open session as part of the 28th PECSRL conference (September 3–9, Clermont-Ferrand and Mende, France). The session will focus on the theme Traditional landscapes: exploring the connections between landscape, identity, heritage, and change. For more information, see the attached call for papers.
The Historical Geography Research Centre in cooperation with the University of Wrocław is organising an open session as part of 5th Landscape Archaeology Conference (September 17–20, Newcastle upon Tyne and Durham, United Kingdom). The session will focus on the theme Settlement desertion and cultural landscape transformations: connections between past and present. For more information, see the attached call for papers.
The Historical Geography Research Centre invites you to the Military and Postmilitary Landscapes conference that is held under the Central European Conference of Historical Geographers series. The conference takes place in Prague on February 14–15, 2018. Registration has been already closed.
More information on the conference website.
The detailed Scientific Program can be downloaded here.
Abstract Book can be downloaded here.
Conference photos see here.
The Centre for Social Sciences (Hungarian Academy of Sciences) is organizing a workshop on Cultural Heritage, Social Cohesion and Place Attachment between 20–21 March 2018 in Budapest. More information is available here.
The conference on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the famous Swedish-Russian map historian Leo Bagrow's death will be organized in his homeland Perm, Russia at the end of November 2017. More information (in Russian) available here. It is planned to present a new book about Leo Bagrow: "Drei Lebensabschnitte von Leo Bagrow (1881–1957)", Selbstverlag TU Dresden 2017.
The Department of Czech Language at the Faculty of Arts, University of Ostrava, the Historical Geography Research Centre, Prague, the Institute of the Czech Language at the Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague, invite you to take part in the 2nd Ostrava Onomastic Meeting Event (OOME), which will be held in Ostrava, Czechia, from April 23 to April 25, 2018. More information in circular here or on the website. Registration form download here.
The first article of the collection Diseases and Pests in History, created as a part of the ESEH Summer School 2016 (co-organized by HGRC), was published in Arcadia. More articles coming soon. Articles are available here.
The German National Committee for CODATA and Deutsche Gesellschaft für Kartographie will organize Interdisciplinary Conference on Digital Cultural Heritage which will be held in Berlin, August 30–September 01, 2017. More information on the conference website.