NGM 2017 will be organized in Stockholm, Sweden, June 18th–21st 2017.

The conference theme is “Geographies of inequalities”.

The language of the conference is English.

Detailed session programme and paper abstracts.


Sunday June 18th 2017 in the Aula Magna, Frescati, Stockholm University  
ca 11-16 Pre-conference Excursion to the Stockholm archipelago (fully booked)
16:00–18:00 Registration
18:00–18:20 Opening ceremony
18:20–19:00 Keynote I: Irene Molina, "Intersectional Struggles for Urban Social Justice"
19:00–21:00 Reception and conference gathering
Monday June 19th 2017 in the Geo-Science Building and Aula Magna, Frescati, Stockholm University  
08:00–12:00 Registration
09:00–12:00 Parallel paper sessions
12.00–13:15 Lunch

Keynote II: Don Mitchell, "Revolution as Critique of Human Geography: Prospects for the Right to the City in the Society of the Spectacle after 50 Years"

Geografiska Annaler, Series B: Human Geography published by Taylor and Francis on behalf of the Swedish Society for Anthropology and Geography is the proud sponsor of Prof Don Mitchell’s keynote at NGM 2017

14:15–17:00 Parallel paper sessions
17:15–18:45 Parallel paper sessions
Tuesday June 20th 2017 in the Geo-Science Building, and Aula Magna  
09:00–12:00 Parallel paper sessions
12:00–13:15 Lunch
13:15–15:00 Parallel paper sessions
15:15–17:00 Parallel paper sessions
16.00 -18.00 Mingle hosted by Taylor & Frances
19:00– Conference dinner at Winterviken
Wednesday June 21st 2017 in the Geo-Science Building, and Aula Magna  
09:15–10:00 Keynote III: Johan Rockström, "Ecological challenges in a changing global politics"
10:15–12:00 Parallel paper sessions
12:00–13:15 Lunch
13:15–14:00 Keynote IV: Brenda S.A. Yeoh, "Global City of Encounters: Postcolonial Migrations and Plural Diversities in Singapore" Update: Brenda Yeoh has unfortunately been unable to come to the conference. We are very pleased to announce that  Lawrence D Berg will give a talk in the assembly hall on the interesting subject: “Producing Anxiety in the Neoliberal Universities of Northern Europe”. 
14:15–16:00 Parallel paper sessions
16:00 Closing of the conference at the Assembly hall Aula Magna

Coffee and tea will be available during the session sections.

During the conference there will be excursions in Stockholm and the surrounding area.