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Volume 45, 02

We are very excited to announce that the 2024 URBAN GEOGRAPHY PLENARY LECTURE, 'Hostile nature and the city: dangerous ‘native’ animals, indigenous land, and colonial property', will be given by Prof. Dallas Rodgers (University of Sydney) with discussants Prof. Anne Bonds (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee) and Prof. Marina Karides (University of Hawai'i at Mānoa).

Urban Geography Workshop Award: Applications Open

Every year Urban Geography awards up to $2,000 to support a seminar series, workshop, or similar event which brings together leading scholars to focus on a cutting-edge theme within Urban Geography. The expectation is that this award will be supported by the host department and institution either in-kind (e.g., staff time, event planning, space, scheduling, and other forms of administrative support) and/or in terms of more direct financial support. It is also hoped that the award will be used to leverage additional co-sponsors. Proposals are welcome from scholars and programs without regard to discipline, but a primary focus on Urban Geography is necessary. Funding decisions will be based upon the cohesiveness of the proposal, the support of the host department and institution, as well as funding partners, the academic reputation of the organizers, and the potential visibility of the program including its overall academic impact.


Proposals for this year’s award will be due January 31st, 2024. All material should be sent to Pablo Shiladitya Bose, Urban Pulse Editor, Urban Geography by e-mail ( Please send the following as attachments (PDF is preferred):

(1) a one-page proposal which outlines the broad themes of the project and their significance, a general plan for the project, the academic impact of the project, and any discrete outcomes; (2) abbreviated, one-page, CVs for all organizers; (3) letters of support from the home department, home institution, and co-sponsors which outline their roles, and; (4) a one-page outline of the proposed schedule including potential participants.

Questions can be directed to Pablo Bose.