The Nordic Geographers Meeting is a biennial meeting of originally Nordic geographers that has grown into a considerable international event and for its 6th meeting expand its geography to include Estonia. Previous meetings were held in Lund, Sweden (2005); Bergen, Norway (2007); Turku, Finland (2009); Roskilde, Denmark (2011), and Reykjavík, Iceland (2013).The meeting will thus be held in Tallinn & Tartu, Estonia on 15 – 19 June 2015. It is jointly organised by the Estonian Geographical Society, Tallinn University, University of Tartu, and Estonian University of Life Sciences.
Estonian Geographical Society in cooperation with Estonian universities organises the 6th Nordic Geographers Meeting in Tallinn & Tartu, Estonia on 15 – 19 June 2015 on the theme "Geographical Imagination: Interpretations of Nature, Art and Politics". Both human and physical geographers are encouraged to participate under this broad heading but the organisers aim at highlighting the connections between nature (climate) and imagination, culture contacts between East and West (across and beyond the Baltic to the Far East, the Americas and Oceania) including geographical explorations and the issues of interpretation and politics (including being lost or found in translation).
The conference language is English.
How to join
The conference registration desk and main help desk are located in Tallinn at the Astra building Atrium and in Tartu in Vanemuise building entrance hall (on Friday). They will be open as follows:
Monday 15 June: 15.00-19.00 Astra building Atrium (Narva Rd 29, Tallinn)
Tuesday 16 June: 8.00-18.00 (Tallinn)
Wednesday 17 June: 8.00-19.30 (Tallinn)
Friday 19 June: 8.00-16.00 (Tartu) Geosciences’ building entrance hall (Vanemuise 46, Tartu)