The Philippine Geographical Society
The PGS was established on December 8, 1950 as a professional organization of geographers and geography enthusiasts to stimulate geographic interest through research and education, as well as to apply geographic knowledge in all phases of human activities....
Dissertation Workshop on Challenges of Agrarian Transition in Southeast Asia (ChATSEA)
29 May-1 Jun 2008
Southeast Asian Regional Centre for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA),
Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines
Do go for this workshop if you are in the region and then hop over to...
Apart from our usual mailing lists, the organising committe from Phillippines has managed to place seaga on HNet - Humanities and Social Sciences Net Online. Professor Doracie Nantes and Pamela Crosby are doing a wonderful job with the publicity. Kudos to them.
Incidentally, HNet has a...
Special call for papers
The Conference Committee is Pleased to announce the special call for paper on the theme "Living with Natural Hazards in Southeast Asia” for the journal Natural Hazards, with Dr. Elisabeth Bui of the National Institute of Education (Singapore) as Guest...
Regular Registration - March 11 until May 16
Submission of Full Papers - May 15
Presentors are strongly encouraged to submit the full version of their presentations for possible publication...
The PGS and UP organising committe has just written this morning to confirm a few things about the confernece. Looks like all is set to go. The eNewsletter is being vetted right now and the hard copies of the inaugural issue should be available for distribution during the conference.
More information about the fieldtrips for the forthcoming Conference in Manila are available on the website:
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