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The Eurasian Specialty Group is a diverse community of researchers, educators, and practitioners brought together by thematic interests regionally spanning Eurasia (the Caucasus, Central Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, and Russia). Member research is diverse and includes—but is not limited to—political ecology, resource and environmental management, critical geopolitics, "new" cultural geography, feminist geographies, and economic geography. Our members are located throughout the world and range from undergraduate students to professors emeriti

Jeremy Tasch
Towson University

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    The AAG's RCEEE (soon officially “EURASIA”) Specialty Group would be pleased to sponsor relevant sessions at the 2017 Boston AAG conference (April 5- April 9, 2017)

    The AAG deadline for submitting paper abstracts is October 27, 2016 and organized sessions is November 17, 2016.

    Please see this link for further clarification on deadlines and organizing sessions:

    For colleagues unfamiliar with the process, acquiring session sponsorship simply involves requesting approval of the session and registering sponsorship online.

    Please send all session sponsorship requests Jeremy and Kris:

    Simply include a session title and summary description (or the full CFP).
    Please send requests by October 26, 2016.

    Please remember that session organizers will need to use the drop down menu & check the box indicating RCEEE sponsorship when formally registering the session via the AAG's conference site.

    Please do email Kris or me if you would like to discuss ideas or have any questions.

    AAG attendance has been breaking records, and Boston will likely continue to do the same. Even as all of us work to connect our work to other specialty groups, do consider RCEEE/Eurasia a focused, supportive environment to share ideas, enhance existing and develop new contacts with colleagues whose innovative and critical work is expressed across and through Eurasia.

Eurasian Website