Suomen Maantieteellisen Seuran vaalikokous järjestetään 15.12.2021 kello 17:00 Tieteiden talolla (huone 504, Kirkkokatu 6, Helsinki) ja Microsoft Teams - yhteydellä.
Geografiska sällskapet i Finlands valmöte ordnas 15.12.2021 klockan 17:00 på Vetenskapernas hus, rum 504 (Kyrkogatan 6, Helsingfors) och på Microsoft Teams.
The Society opened the call for geographical presentations for the spring 2023 season in Terra (vol 134 issue 3), but in case you missed it, there is room for presentations from mid-March to June 2023. Colloquium presentations are 30+ minutes long, and the event allows a fruitful discussion with the audience.
Please submit your title, preferably an abstract and preferred Friday in Spring 2023 to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org before 22nd December. We aim to have the full schedule published in early January.
Palmen Colloquium - Adaptation and migration in times of environmental change: Evidence from Bangladesh, presented by Dr. Helena Tukiainen.
This work is conducted by Helena Tukiainen, Päivi Lujala and Carolyn Cole, and it is part of a project “Effects of environmental change on adaptation and mobility dynamics” at the Geography Research Unit, University of Oulu.
Palmen Colloquium - The (changing) geography of innovation in times of the COVID-19 crisis, presented by Dr Teemu Makkonen
Palmén Colloquium - Sensing place-based landscape values for more inclusive, resilient and sustainable urban development, by Dr. Nora Fagerholm
Palmén Colloquium presents: Exploring the geographies of interest in sustainability topics using digital data, by Dr Ricardo Correira
Palmén Colloquium presents: Human geographical perspectives on knowledge creation and creativity in the era of AI, by Dr Johanna Hautala, University of Vaasa
Welcome to the first meeting of the Palmén Colloquium. Discussion is opened after presentation "Traces of Linné: The genealogies of Finnish geographers" by Dr Joni Vainikka
The Palmén-Colloquium of the Geographical Society of Finland affords occasions to present and discuss fresh and contemporary research for a broad geographical crowd. As open to all, the colloquium intends to both promote geographic research and proliferate interaction within Geography.
Following the Society’s tradition of Friday meetings, the colloquium will be held in Teams and live mainly on Friday lunchtime between 12 noon and 1 pm. In Autumn 2022 the colloquium will be held in 16 SEPT, 30 SEPT, 14 OCT, 18 NOV, 16 DEC & 20 JAN