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2019 RSA Annual Conference Sponsors and Supporters

Local host and partners:

University of Santiago de Compostela

With more than five centuries of tradition, the University of Santiago de Compostela is a historic institution that projects itself to the future and beyond its frontiers, always attentive to the different demands of society, where it stands as an important academic frame of reference and where it develops its academic and research work. Centuries of history give the University a special capacity to merge the experience, security and confidence with present and future challenges.

Department of Geography

The Department of Geography of the University of Santiago de Compostela has a long tradition in teaching and research in Geography and Territorial Planning. Currently, the department is made up of about twenty teachers, from three areas of knowledge: Physical Geography, Human Geography and Regional Geographic Analysis.

The Department of Geography supports two major degrees: a degree in Geography and Territorial Planning and a Master’s degree in Planning and Management of Territorial Development. In addition, the Department support other degrees in History, History of Art and Sciences of Culture and Cultural Dissemination, Masters of Environment and Natural Resources, Regional Development and Economic Integration, Urban Tourism and Management of Tourist Companies, Marine Biology, Secondary Education and Baccalaureate, Environmental Engineering, Education, Landscape Architecture, Gender and Equality or of Cultural Services.

 

The Ministry of Tourism, Regional Government of Galicia is supporting the RSA Annual Conference.

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The Association for Borderlands Studies is the leading global association dedicated to the systematic study and analysis of international borders, and the processes and communities engendered by such borders.
The ESPON 2020 Programme aims at promoting and fostering a European territorial dimension in development and cooperation by providing evidence, knowledge transfer and policy learning to public authorities and other policy actors at all levels.

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