Tucson Arizona 2023

37th CONFERENCE OF LATIN AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY

Tucson Arizona, January 3-7 2023

The next CLAG meeting will be in Tucson, Arizona in 2023 January 3-7!  The University of Arizona School of Geography, Development, and Environment will host the meeting with the help of other Latin Americanists across campus and colleagues from ASU and universities in Sonora.

The format will be hybrid with both in-person and remote/virtual sessions.

Please see the conference web page for details and information.

SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT:

Conference abstract submission is now open for CLAG 2023 in Tucson!  The link below will take you to the Google Form that will allow you submit your abstract and optionally attach it to an organized session.  The body of your abstract should be no more than 1500 characters (approximately 250 words).  You can find a description of approved organized sessions and panels below (including contact information for organizers/moderators). Please submit abstracts no later than November 15th.

Submit Abstract here

CLAG 2023 Confirmed Organized Sessions and Panels.pdf

REGISTRATION:

We expect participants to be a member of CLAG (cost is only $70, $20 for students who are then eligible for grants and awards) but have provided a non-member rate. A discount is offered to those in the 'Global South' who are currently based in institutions or are independent scholars in Latin America or the Caribbean.

In person attendance (includes refreshments, lunches, etc. Conference banquet is additional cost)

Early Registration Deadline: October 17, 2022
CLAG members: $175 ($50 discount for those based in 'Global South')
CLAG member Students: $100 ($50 discount for those based in 'Global South')
Non CLAG members or guests of participants who wish to attend conference: $200
Banquet/Conference dinner: $50

Late Registration Deadline: November 28, 2022
CLAG members: $200 ($50 discount for those based in 'Global South')
CLAG member students: $115 ($50 discount for those based in 'Global South')

Non CLAG members or guests of participants who wish to attend conference: $225
Banquet/Conference dinner: $50

Remote participation (for virtual presentations and access to live stream of most conference sessions)

Registration Deadline: November 28, 2022
Remote Participants: $75

HOW TO REGISTER:

Before registering for the CLAG meeting in Tucson, Arizona, please confirm membership and then visit this registration page again. If you have never been a member, please join CLAG and then visit this registration page once you are logged in as a member. Register for CLAG 2023 here.

CONFERENCE HOTELS

We have one hotel on the edge of campus offering a special conference rate: The Graduate Tucson Hotel at $169 per night.  Reserve your conference hotel room by December 10, 2022 to secure the conference rate.  There are a limited number of rooms available at the conference rate so reserve your hotel room today.  Other accommodation options are listed in the Guide to Tucson.

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE OVERVIEW:

Tuesday, Jan. 3: 
Travel and arrival to Tucson International Airport in Tucson, Arizona (AZ), USA.
6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Informal evening gathering/Icebreaker with Cash Bar (at The Moonstone at The Graduate Hotel​​930 E 2nd Street)

Wednesday, Jan. 4: 
8:00 a.m.-9:15 a.m. Welcome breakfast (Slot Canyon Café, ENR2 Ground Floor)
9:30 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Conference Opening and Welcome Session
10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Paper sessions A
12:00 p.m.-1:30 p.m. Lunch (Slot Canyon Café, ENR2 Ground Floor)
1:30 p.m.-3:00 p.m. Paper sessions B
3:15 p.m.-4:45 p.m. Paper sessions C
3:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. Poster session (Slot Canyon, ENR2 Ground Floor)
6:00 p.m. Dinner on your own

Thursday, Jan. 5:
7:45 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Light refreshments (Slot Canyon Café, ENR2 Ground Floor)
8:00 a.m.-9:30 a.m. Paper sessions D
9:45 a.m.-11:15 a.m. Paper sessions E
11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Lunch (Slot Canyon Café, ENR2 Ground Floor)
1:15 p.m.-2:45 p.m. Paper sessions F
3:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m. Paper sessions G
5:45 p.m.-6:30 p.m. Cash Bar and appetizers (Location TBD)
6:30 p.m. Banquet and Awards (Location TBD)

Friday, Jan. 6: 
7:45 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Light refreshments (Slot Canyon Café, ENR2 Ground Floor)
8:00 a.m.-9:30 a.m. Paper sessions H
9:45 a.m.-11:15 a.m. Paper sessions I
11:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Closing session

Friday, Jan. 6—Saturday. Jan. 7:
Optional Field Trips (requires prior registration)

FIELD TRIPS:

Three optional field trips are available at a minimal additional cost to explore Tucson and the beautiful desert surroundings: a day-long field trip to the border; a half-day exploration of urban and historic Tucson; and a half-day hike in the Sonoran desert. Pre-Registration is required and space is limited. Field trip descriptions and costs are here.

Registration and payment for optional field trips is via the conference Eventbrite registration link.

GUIDE TO TUCSON

The local planning committee has compiled a guide to restaurants and other Tucson activities here: Guide to Tucson

LOCAL PLANNING COMMITTEE:

Margaret Wilder and Diana Liverman (Co-Chairs)

Kevin Anchukaitis (Program Chair); Shelby Smith; Amanda Percy; Elizabeth Oglesby; Carl Bauer; Beth Tellman; Adriana Zuniga-Teran; RJ Johnson; Talia Anderson; Sofia Rodriguez McGoffin; Elena Louder; Francisco Lara-Valencia (Arizona State University, ASU); Patricia Solis (ASU).

Thank you to the following colleagues who provided translations: Kevin Anchukaitis, Sofia Rodriguez McGoffin, Carlos Quintero, Jacob Suittes, and Antonio Bacelar da Silva.

Sponsorship: College of Social and Behavioral Sciences; School of Geography, Development and Environment; Center for Latin American Studies; Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy; Southwest Center

CONTACT FOR QUESTIONS:

General Questions:
Margaret Wilder: mwilder@arizona.edu
Shelby Smith: shelbys@arizona.edu
Amanda Percy: amandab@arizona.edu

Questions about Sessions, Papers, and the Program:
Kevin Anchukaitis: kanchukaitis@arizona.edu


Stay tuned to the conference web page for details.

JLAG's Ten Most Popular Articles by Requests Since 2010

9971 Christopher Gaffney (2010).
Mega-events and socio-spatial dynamics in Rio de Janeiro, 1919-2016
Journal of Latin American Geography 9(1). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/377416

3325 Jeremy Slack; Daniel E. Martínez; Alison Elizabeth Lee; Scott Whiteford (2016).
The Geography of Border Militarization: Violence, Death and Health in Mexico and the United States
Journal of Latin American Geography 15(1). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/613266

2734 James Freeman (2014).
Raising the Flag over Rio de Janeiro's Favelas: Citizenship and Social Control in the Olympic City
Journal of Latin American Geography 13(1). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/539604

2488 Jeffrey Todd Bury (2002).
Livelihoods, Mining and Peasant Protests in the Peruvian Andes
Journal of Latin American Geography 1(1). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/215262

2415 Cynthia Sorrensen (2005).
Maria Full of Grace (Maria, llena eres de gracia) (review)
Journal of Latin American Geography 4(2). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/189742

2402 Dr. Rikke Schmidt Kjærgaard (2015).
The Case of the Green Turtle: An Uncensored History of a Conservation Icon by Alison Rieser (review)
Journal of Latin American Geography 14(1). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/578762

2375 Kate Swanson; Rebecca Maria Torres (2016).
Child Migration and Transnationalized Violence in Central and North America
Journal of Latin American Geography 15(3). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/639098

2253 Conor Harrison; Jeff Popke (2018).
Reassembling Caribbean Energy? Petrocaribe, (Post-)Plantation Sovereignty, and Caribbean Energy Futures
Journal of Latin American Geography 17(3). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/708949

2239 Alexandra Pedersen (2014).
Landscapes of Resistance: Community Opposition to Canadian Mining Operations in Guatemala
Journal of Latin American Geography 13(1). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/539611

2138 Beth Tellman; Leslie C. Gray; Christopher M. Bacon (2011).
Not Fair Enough: Historic and Institutional Barriers to Fair Trade Coffee in El Salvador
Journal of Latin American Geography 10(2). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/449190

JLAG's Ten Most Popular Articles by Requests in 11/2022

106 Christian Abizaid; Luis Ángel Collado Panduro; Sergio Gonzales Egusquiza (2020).
Pobreza Y Medios De Subsistencia En La Amazonía Peruana En Tiempos De La Covid-19
Journal of Latin American Geography 19(3). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/760940

81 Felix M. Dorn; Fernando Ruiz Peyré (2020).
Lithium as a Strategic Resource: Geopolitics, Industrialization, and Mining in Argentina
Journal of Latin American Geography 19(4). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/772602

73 Christian Brannstrom Adryane Gorayeb (2022).
Geographical Implications of Brazil’s Emerging Green Hydrogen Sector
Journal of Latin American Geography 21(1). https://muse.jhu.edu/article/855961

63 Karl S. Zimmerer; Stef de Haan; Andrew D. Jones; Hilary Creed-Kanashiro; Milka Tello; Franklin Plasencia Amaya; Miluska Carrasco; Krysty Meza; Ramzi M. Tubbeh; Kien Tri Nguyen; Carolynne Hultquist (2020).
Indigenous Smallholder Struggles in Peru: Nutrition Security, Agrobiodiversity, and Food Sovereignty amid Transforming Global Systems and Climate Change
Journal of Latin American Geography 19(3). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/760932

60 Avrum J. Shriar (2005).
Life and Debt (review)
Journal of Latin American Geography 4(2). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/189741

59 Kate Swanson (2019).
Silent Killing: The Inhumanity of U.S. Immigration Detention
Journal of Latin American Geography 18(3). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/736947

53 (2022).
Bolsonaro's Anti-Indigenous and Anti-Environmental Policies in Brazil
Journal of Latin American Geography 21(2). https://muse.jhu.edu/article/866472

52 Jonah Durrant Olsen (2021).
"No Hay Revolución Sin Canciones": State, Revolution, and Music in Chile and Cuba
Journal of Latin American Geography 20(3). https://muse.jhu.edu/article/839948

51 Tom Perreault (2020).
Climate Change and Climate Politics: Parsing the Causes and Effects of the Drying of Lake Poopó, Bolivia
Journal of Latin American Geography 19(3). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/760930

47 Juan Thomas Ordóñez; Hugo Eduardo Ramírez Arcos (2019).
At the Crossroads of Uncertainty: Venezuelan Migration to Colombia
Journal of Latin American Geography 18(2). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/729121

JLAG's Ten Most Popular Articles by Requests in 2022

821 (2022).
A exibição de antipolíticas indígenas e ambientais orquestrada pelo governo brasileiro de Bolsonaro
Journal of Latin American Geography 21(2). https://muse.jhu.edu/article/863335|https://muse.jhu.edu/article/866471

653 Christian Brannstrom Adryane Gorayeb (2022).
Geographical Implications of Brazil’s Emerging Green Hydrogen Sector
Journal of Latin American Geography 21(1). https://muse.jhu.edu/article/855961

541 Danilo Borja; Juan Bay; Conny Davidsen; Traducido por Yulia Garcia Sarduy (2021).
Ancianos amazónicos en la frontera petrolera: La vida y muerte de Nenkihui Bay, líder tradicional Waorani
Journal of Latin American Geography 20(1). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/787933

526 Hanna Laako Edith Kauffer (2021|2021).
Conservation in the Frontier: Negotiating Ownerships of Nature at the Southern Mexican Border
Journal of Latin American Geography 20(3). https://muse.jhu.edu/article/835649|https://muse.jhu.edu/article/839946

510 Verónica Gago; Liz Mason-Deese (2019).
Rethinking Situated Knowledge from the Perspective of Argentina's Feminist Strike
Journal of Latin American Geography 18(3). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/736944

485 John C. Finn; Martha Bell; Jörn Seemann; Gabriela Valdivia; Eric Carter (2020).
Introducing JLAG em Tradução/JLAG en Traducción
Journal of Latin American Geography 19(1). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/744026

450 Felix M. Dorn; Fernando Ruiz Peyré (2020).
Lithium as a Strategic Resource: Geopolitics, Industrialization, and Mining in Argentina
Journal of Latin American Geography 19(4). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/772602

433 (2003).
Dr. Pedro Pinchas Geiger: Recipient of 2003 CLAG Enlaces Award
Journal of Latin American Geography 2(1). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/174016

425 Joana Salém Vasconcelos (2021).
Cuba, protestos e caminhos da revolução
Journal of Latin American Geography 20(3). https://muse.jhu.edu/article/839951

419 Thomas Klak (2004).
Report on Recent Research Themes in Latin American Development Geography
Journal of Latin American Geography 3(1). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/177863

Los Diez Artículos Españoles Mas Popular de JLAG por Solicitudes Desde 2010

2025 Danilo Borja; Juan Bay; Conny Davidsen; Traducido por Yulia Garcia Sarduy (2021).
Ancianos amazónicos en la frontera petrolera: La vida y muerte de Nenkihui Bay, líder tradicional Waorani
Journal of Latin American Geography 20(1). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/787933

1913 Diana Vela-Almeida; Sofia Zaragocin; Manuel Bayón; Iñigo Arrazola (2020).
Imaginando territorios plurales de vida: una lectura feminista de las resistencias en los movimientos socio-territoriales en el Ecuador
Journal of Latin American Geography 19(2). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/749633

1727 Maria Elisa Christie (2002).
Naturaleza y sociedad desde la perspectiva de la cocina tradicional mexicana: género, adaptación y resistencia
Journal of Latin American Geography 1(1). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/215263

1596 Geobrujas-Comunidad de Geógrafas (2021).
Cuerpos, fronteras y resistencia: mujeres conjurando geografí­a a través de experiencias desde el otro lado del muro
Journal of Latin American Geography 20(2). https://muse.jhu.edu/article/799599

1318 Christian Abizaid; Luis Ángel Collado Panduro; Sergio Gonzales Egusquiza (2020).
Pobreza Y Medios De Subsistencia En La Amazonía Peruana En Tiempos De La Covid-19
Journal of Latin American Geography 19(3). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/760940

1090 Diego B. Leal; David S. Salisbury; Josué Faquín Fernández; Lizardo Cauper Pezo; Julio Silva (2015).
Ideas cambiantes sobre territorio, recursos y redes políticas en la Amazonía indígena: un estudio de caso sobre Perú
Journal of Latin American Geography 14(2). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/586857

1088 Colectivo de Geografía Crítica del Ecuador (2017).
Geografiando para la resistencia
Journal of Latin American Geography 16(1). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/653095

851 Jerónimo Ríos Sierra (2020).
Una aproximación (geo)politológica a la crisis de la COVID-19 en América Latina
Journal of Latin American Geography 19(3). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/760939

606 Robert B. Kent (2012).
La geografía en América Latina: Visión por países
Journal of Latin American Geography 11(1). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/470642

579 Rosa Silvia Arciniega (2012).
Participación de Mujeres en el Mercado Laboral del Estado de México
Journal of Latin American Geography 11(1). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/470633

Os Artigos Português Mais Populares da JLAG por Solicitações Desde 2010

1597 Rogério Haesbaert (2020).
Território(s) numa perspectiva latino-americana
Journal of Latin American Geography 19(1). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/744032

821 (2022).
A exibição de antipolíticas indígenas e ambientais orquestrada pelo governo brasileiro de Bolsonaro
Journal of Latin American Geography 21(2). https://muse.jhu.edu/article/863335|https://muse.jhu.edu/article/866471

703 Joseli Maria Silva; Marcio Jose Ornat (2020).
Geografias feministas na América Latina: desafios epistemológicos e a decolonialidade de saberes
Journal of Latin American Geography 19(1). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/744044

575 Joanna Salém Vasconcelos (2021).
JLAG Perspectives: Cuba, protestos e caminhos da revolução
Journal of Latin American Geography 20(3). https://muse.jhu.edu/article/835650

529 Joana Salém Vasconcelos (2021).
Cuba, protestos e caminhos da revolução
Journal of Latin American Geography 20(3). https://muse.jhu.edu/article/839951

266 Christian Dennys Monteiro de Oliveira; Fabrício Américo Ribeiro; Ivo Luis Oliveira Silva; Luiz Raphael Teixeira Silva; José Arilson Xavier de Souza; Gerlaine Cristina Franco; Marcos da Silva Rocha; Maryvone Moura Gomes; Camila Benatti (2020).
As organizações religiosas brasileiras frente à pandemia de COVID-19
Journal of Latin American Geography 19(3). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/760909

239 Luciene Cristina Risso Clerisnaldo Rodrigues de Carvalho (2022).
A exibição de antipolíticas indígenas e ambientais orquestrada pelo governo brasileiro de Bolsonaro
Journal of Latin American Geography 21(2). https://muse.jhu.edu/article/863335|https://muse.jhu.edu/article/866471

208 Vinicius Santos Almeida (2020).
Necromobilidade durante a pandemia da Covid-19
Journal of Latin American Geography 19(3). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/760907

154 Antoinette M.G.A. WinklerPrins (2009).
Cidades da Floresta: Urbanização, Desenvolvimento, e Globalização na Amazônia Brasileira (review)
Journal of Latin American Geography 8(1). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/260547

117 Jean-Yves Puyo (2008).
Mise en valeur de la Guyane française et peuplement blanc: les espoirs déçus du baron de Laussat (1819-1823)
Journal of Latin American Geography 7(1). http://muse.jhu.edu/article/232499

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