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Events Categories: RSA Conference and Event

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Regions in Recovery Second Edition 2022

21 March 2022

In Spring 2022 the RSA and partners will reprise our highly successful Global E-Festival Regions in Recovery. We will follow up on discussions and debates around last year’s themes in a second edition of Regions in Recovery. In 2021 we welcomed a large number of new participants from a variety of geographies, all enthusiastically engaging in research and networking, and we hope to further expand the regional studies and science community in 2022. Once again, the RSA works with partners to bring together a fully online event for you to meet, network, and discuss research on re-imagining regions. We hope you will join us at this global online event, 21st March – 1st April 2022. This fully virtual event responds both to the on-going Covid-19 pandemic and uneven abilities across the academy to travel to face-to-face events and to the growing climate change crisis.

2022 RSA Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) Programme

1 March 2022

Throughout 2022, the RSA in partnership with Leibniz Institute for Regional Geography (IfL), Research Centre Global Dynamics at Leipzig University and Saxon Academy of Sciences is organising a themed series of events focussing on Central and Eastern Europe: An online webinar series, and hybrid pre-conference early career programme followed by an international conference in Leipzig, Germany will highlight and discuss bridging old and new divides in CEE, provide knowledge exchange, and ample capacity building and networking opportunities with researchers and policymakers working in the field.

2021 RSA Annual President’s Lecture and AGM

10 November 2021

We invite you to join us online for the 2021 RSA Annual President’s Lecture and AGM.

2021 RSA Journals Annual Lecture Series

1 November 2021

The Regional Studies Association invites you to a series of five webinars which will replace this year’s in-person Winter Conference.

RSA Regions Cities Industry Webinar Series

29 September 2021

The Regions Cities Industry Webinar Series presents acclaimed experts in the field of regional studies, science and policy. This monthly series is open to all and free to attend. Recordings are available on demand via the RSA Members’ Lounge.

RSA Professional Development Webinar Series

8 September 2021

This webinar series offers training and support for skills, knowledge and professional development on a variety of topics.

FinGeo Virtual Seminar Series

7 September 2021

The Global Network on Financial Geography (FinGeo) is delighted to announce the launch of our Virtual Seminar Series in 2021. This will be a 3-part series taking place next year in February-March, May-July, and September-November. The seminars will take place online, and we look forward to stimulating discussion with presenters and attendees from different parts of the world.

Write Here, Write Now – RSA Online Writing Sessions

1 September 2021

Write Here, Write Now are the RSA's online writing sessions, which run monthly from September - November 2021.

RSA International Hour

1 September 2021

The International Hour is organised by the RSA’s international networks of members, ambassadors, Divisions and Sections and presents latest regional or urban research, developments and policies from these territories to a global audience.

Working from home: work, gender, and space

11 June 2021

Welcome to join the first online seminar of the Gender and Regional Studies network of the Regional Studies Association. In this session, we will be discussing the gendered and spatial aspects of working from home with Dr. Darja Reuschke who will present on the subject of home working during COVID-19, and Dr. Elizabeth Wagemann along with Dr. Beth Simons and Victoria Maynard.

Regions in Recovery

2 June 2021

2020 was the most extraordinary of years when conferences have been cancelled or postponed and normal flows of researcher engagement and networking have been heavily disrupted. So, what is the plan for 2021, a year in which we all hope that vaccines will roll out globally and we will slowly see a welcome return to more social interaction? A small number of societies and research-led organisations have come together and agreed that rather than run competing events we will contribute to co-hosting a festival of regional and related research. This multi-partner event will run globally, online from 2nd June - 18th June 2021. Read on to learn more about it.

Engaging Citizens in Research: Design, Methods and Data

26 May 2021

The workshop is open to and could benefit researchers who wish to explore new approaches to doing research on regional entrepreneurship, regional economics and economic geography, regional innovation, and other social science disciplines, involving citizens. The workshop should also be of value to policy makers and practitioners engaged in working with and engaging citizens in local projects.

5th Networking Workshop for Early and Mid-Career Women in Regional Studies and Science

29 April 2021

In this workshop we will ask the question which tasks are a time-eater and which tasks are a career-progressor.

RSA Global Webinar Series

2 November 2020

Join us on a virtual journey across the globe. There will be stops in different territories, bringing together the Regional Studies communities.

RSA City and Regional Sustainability Transitions Webinar Series

22 October 2020

This seminar series will invite leading scholars from across these fields to present cutting edge theoretical and empirical work. Through stimulating discussion and debate about ways forward for understanding economic geographies of sustainability transitions, policy and academic communities can be brought together. The webinar series is run by the RSA’s Yorkshire and Humberside Branch and supported by the RSA. It is free and open to all and runs monthly from October to March 2021.

2020 RSA Annual Conference - POSTPONED to 2022

17 June 2020

The Regional Studies Association’s Annual Conference 2020 #RSA20 will be our largest knowledge exchange and networking gathering to date. This four-day conference brings together academics and policymakers to exchange news, views and research findings from the fields of regional studies and science, regional and economic development, policy and planning. 

4th Networking Workshop for Early and Mid-Career Women in Regional Studies and Regional Science - CANCELLED

17 June 2020

Our aim is to provide a platform for network building and to offer conversations with established female researchers in an informal setting.

2020 RSA Sessions at the AAG - Cancelled

6 April 2020

As in previous years, the RSA will have a strong presence at this year’s American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting.

2020 RSA Student and Early Conference - Cancelled

24 March 2020

#RSAEC is the RSA’s inaugural carbon choice conference allowing both attendance in person at Staffordshire University and also remote, virtual participation from your own location. The development of this conference recognises the environmental impact and social, financial and opportunity costs of travelling to conferences.

2019 RSA Russia Division Workshop

15 November 2019

The RSA Russia Division’s Workshop will be held as part of the XIV conference “Russian Regions in the Focus of Changes” which will take place between 14th -16th November 2019, in Yekaterinburg

2019 Presidents Event

2019 President's Event

14 November 2019

We invite you to join us for dinner and our Annual Awards Ceremony to celebrate contributions to the field, both at personal and institutional levels.

2019 RSA Winter Conference

14 November 2019

A timely opportunity to discuss and debate important issues in regional research.

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