We are pleased to announce the 4th Networking Workshop for Early and Mid-Career Women in Regional Studies and Regional Science, taking place on Wednesday 14th June 2023, 13.00 – 17.00. Please see below for details and how to register.
The 2023 RSA Annual Conference is supported by a number of organisations and partners which are listed below:
As part of the 2023 RSA Annual Conference, there will be a number of Special Sessions running throughout the academic programme. If you would like to submit an abstract to one of the sessions, submit your abstract in the normal way and you will find each session listed in the gateway themes on the abstract submission page.
The 2022 RSA Winter conference took place from 10th-11th November 2022 at the Holiday Inn London Bloomsbury. Delegates enjoyed two days of presentations, discussion and plenary sessions. Please click here to view the conference photos. To join the conversation, please use #RSAWinter
We are delighted to share news about our sister organisation, the RSA’s European Foundation delivering the first Commissioner Seminar on Cohesion Policy in Brussels this month. This seminar series is an initiative by Dr Elisa Ferreira, Commissioner for Cohesion and Reforms and a collaborative venture organised between Commissioner Ferreira and her Cabinet; the European Commission’s […]
September saw the final events of the 2022 CEE Programme on Bridging Old and New Divides: Global Dynamics & Regional Transformations, including the 2022 CEE Conference held in Leipzig, Germany. The programme, originally planned for 2021, had been delayed due to the pandemic and we were pleased to finally being able to work with our partners […]
2022 CEE Conference Bursary Winners We were pleased to support a number of young researchers with a 2022 CEE Conference Bursary and their feedback tells us that RSA conference bursaries make a positive impact on early career researchers and their professional development. It has been great to meet our bursary winners in Leipzig and we […]
As part of the 2022 RSA Winter conference, there will be a number of Special Sessions running throughout the academic programme. If you would like to submit an abstract to one of the sessions, submit your abstract in the normal way using the register button at the top of the page and you will find each session listed […]
Join us for a number of pre- and post-conference tours at the 2022 RSA CEE conference in Leipzig, Germany. Most of these tours are free, but booking in advance is required. Pre-conference tours – Wednesday, 14 September 2022 Option 1: Guided city walking tour of Leipzig, 09:30-11:30 Meeting point: Augustusplatz (Mende Fountain) Cost: £10 Click […]
Leibniz Institute for Regional Geography (IfL) The Leibniz-Institut für Länderkunde (Leibniz Institute for Regional Geography, IfL) is the only research institute for geography in Germany which is not attached to a university. The research carried out at the IfL is concerned with spatial structures and current developments that have a spatial impact in Europe, as well […]
Quotes from participants: “Nothing has such an incredible power to broaden the mind as the ability to receive insightful feedback on your research from leading scholars in the field. The RSA CEE Early Career event is an unique opportunity for young scholars to empower their knowledge and to share it with others.” (Jolta Kacani, via […]
Addressing the four content tracks of the RSA CEE conference, four online panel & discussion series were held between March and June 2022. Please see below for more information on topics, speakers and recordings, which are available to RSA members on the RSA Lounge. These online webinars were organised jointly by the scientific committee, local […]
Please note that the RSA does not provide or pay for accommodation of delegates. Every delegate must book and pay for their own travel and accommodation in Leipzig during the 2022 RSA Central and Eastern Europe Conference. We have however negotiated a number of deals with different hotels in the centre of Leipzig. Delegates will need […]
We are pleased to share with you the names of the Regions in Recovery Second Edition 2022 Bursary Winners. You can visit both their sessions on RSA Hub. Aliyu Kawu, Federal University of Technology, Nigeria Andreea-Loreta Cercleux, University of Bucharest, Romania
As part of the 2022 RSA Central and Eastern Europe Conference, we welcome proposals for Special Sessions. Special Sessions are a great way to bring together presenters to discuss and highlight a particular topic and to develop or further extend your network. If you are interested in organising a session, please download the special session […]
All times below in GMT (until 27th March 2022) and British Summer time (BST – after 27th March 2022). Check your own time zone here. Receive all the latest updates by following #RinR22 on Twitter. Click here to view the Regions in Recovery 2022 Global E-Festival webpage.
See below for information on our 2022 CEE conference plenary speakers. Watch this space for further updates and receive all the latest updates by following #CEE22 on Twitter.
As part of the 2022 Regions in Recovery E-Festival, we welcome proposals for Special Sessions. Special Sessions are a great way to bring together presenters to discuss and highlight a particular topic and to develop or further extend your network. Click here to submit an abstract to one of the special sessions. Please choose the special […]
After the success of our Global E-Festival Regions in Recovery in 2021, we are again working with partners to bring you this event. We will provide you with a research-led celebration of regions and how these can be re-imagined in times of challenge including Covid-19, climate change and geo-political turmoil. We will bring together researchers and […]
Watch the TPG Annual Lecture Recording: “Just Sustainabilities in Policy, Planning and Practice” with Speaker: Julian Agyeman (Tufts University, USA) and Chair: Klaus Dodds (Royal Holloway University of London, UK).
Watch the Regional Studies, Regional Science Annual Lecture Recording: Urban Mobility and Street Network Science, with Speaker: Geoff Boeing, (University of Southern California, USA) and Chair: Franziska Sielker (University of Cambridge, UK).
Watch the Regional Studies Annual Lecture Recording: Infrastructural Optimism: Case Studies for Systems-based Urban Design, with Speaker: Linda Samuels (Washington University in St. Louis, USA) and Chair: Jennifer Clark (The Ohio State University, USA).
Watch the SEA Annual Lecture Recording: A minimum disruption approach to disaster analysis, with Speakers: Manfred Lenzen (The University of Sydney, Australia ) and Mengyu Li (The University of Sydney, Australia), with Chair: Paul Elhorst (University of Groningen, The Netherlands).