It is with regret that the Regional Studies Association announces the death of Professor Sir Peter Hall, a founder member of the Association, a long time Editor in Chief of Regional Studies, and more latterly the inaugural President.
The Regional Studies Association seeks to appoint an Early Career Editor to its journal SPATIAL ECONOMIC ANALYSIS.
At this year’s AAG Conference in Tampa, the Regional Studies Association hosted lectures by Michael Storper and Jamie Peck. In case you missed them, the AAG Annual Meeting lectures are now available to be viewed online. Simply click on the videos below.
The Regional Studies Association is delighted to announce the appointment of Susan Christopherson as the new Editor in Chief of the Regions and Cities Book Series. Susan takes over this role in April 2014 from Gillian Bristow who is now working as the Deputy Editor of Regional Studies. Susan joins the team of editors which includes Ron Martin, Gernot Grabher, Maryann Feldman and Martin Perry.
Response to the ESRC consultation “Informing the future strategic direction of the Economic and Social Research Council”
Response to the ESRC consultation “Informing the future strategic direction of the Economic and Social Research Council” on behalf of the Regional Studies Association.
The Scottish branch of the Regional Studies Association are keen to highlight a new PhD studentship to begin in October 2014 at the University of St Andrews.
The RSA responded to the call for evidence by the hefce independent review of the role of metrics in research assessment. Our observations apply to the social sciences generally and more specifically to cross-disciplinary research across regional and urban studies.
The Regional Studies Association seeks an Executive Editor or equivalent to provide academic and administrative support to the Editor in Chief (EiC), Regional Studies.
RSA Nathaniel Lichfield Award & Routledge RSA Award for Early Career Excellence - Call for Nomination
Nominations are being sought for the Nathaniel Lichfield Award and for the Routledge RSA Award for Early Career Excellence in regional studies and related fields. The Award ceremony will take place during the 2014 President’s Event on 27th November 2014 in London, UK.
We would like to inform you of an initiative organized in May and June by the Institute for Social Renewal of the Newcastle University and the School of Architecture Planning & Landscape. Newcastle City Futures: People, Place, Change is a high profile, multi-media exhibition which features evocative imagery of Newcastle's built heritage from the past, present and future.