New and Emerging Rural Research
This annually held RGRG session wants to hear what is new and emerging within rural geography and offers an excellent opportunity for postgraduates and early career researchers to present their research proposals and research results in a friendly and constructive forum. This session each is always very well attended, conducted in a friendly, welcoming and constructive manner, and is widely appreciated by all those attending.
Papers are welcome from any area of rural research, from rural development, to culture, economy, farming, nature and policy.
Deadline for submitting abstracts is 7th February 2014
Please send abstracts up to a maximum of 250 words and proposed titles (clearly stating name, institution, and contact details to Andrew Grayson email@example.com and/or Michaela Kennard firstname.lastname@example.org