前瞻 (frontier) 既是地理實踐中跨越時空的「創新」，此外也是受到時空極端限制的「邊界」。地理學關懷人與環境互動；然而，學術專業過度分工，使得自然與人文在創新的地理學邊界產生斷層，地理學前瞻想像因而陷落。這次研討會旨在探索如何批判性地跨越地理，前瞻實踐。藉由自然與人文地理互動，考察自然與文化、物質與社會之間的對立。試圖發表地理學所展示世界不僅僅是人類的成就，重新考慮人類與非人類、社會與物質之間的關係，再現它們是如何密切合而不同地聯繫在一起。
在疫情大流行當下，人類世與氣候變遷，我們啟動永續發展目標、生態系服務、地質公園及生態系復育的地理實踐；另一方面，透過論點：政治生態學、調適與韌性、女性主義理論、環境倫理學和科學研究的工作提供資訊，且讓我們考察詳細的案例、理論材料，研討跨界地理的實踐。第 26 屆臺灣地理國際學術研討會以「跨越地理的前瞻實踐：自然與人文的互動與地理學想像」為主題，邀請地理學人文、自然與空間資訊領域相關學者、專家及研究生，共同探討跨界地理的前瞻實踐。試圖縫合對於人類/非人類關係、以及自然和人文空間組織中的斷層線。
Human and societal spaces
Geographical pedagogy and practice
Heath, germs, pandemic and spaces
Landuse governance and the Spatial Planning Act
Energy, environment and regional development
Body, gender and spaces
Intersections of virtual and physical spaces
ecological informatics and spaces
Hazard, adaptation and resilience
本屆研討會將在 2022 年5月28– 28日於國立臺灣師範大學舉行。發表者請於2021年9月12日 (星期日) 前，至線上報名系統填妥表格，收到主辦單位回覆函即完成投稿手續，未收到回覆請來電確認。大會將於2021年9月30日前通知論文摘要審查結果。論文全文截稿日期為 2022年4月10日 (星期日)。優秀論文經推薦及審查後刊登於「地理研究」期刊。
Frontiering practice of geographies: the intersections and imagination of physical and human geographies
Frontier is an ‘innovation’ in geographic practice that crosses time and space, as well as a ‘border’ that is extremely limited by space and time. Geography concerns about the interaction between human and the environment; however, the excessive division of labour in academic majors of geographies makes nature and humanities fault at the boundary of innovative geography, and the frontiering geographical imagination falls. The aim of this conference is to explore how to critically cross geographies and to frontier the geographical practice. The interaction between physical and human geographies in nature, culture, material and society is therefore investigated. This conference is trying to present geography that the world is more than just human achievement, rethinking the relationship between humans and non-humans, societies and material, and recreating how they are closely linked in differences.
At the outbreak of pandemic, the anthropocene and climate change, we initiate the geographical practice of sustainable development goals, ecosystem services, geoparks and ecosystem restoration, and on the other hand, provide information through the work of political ecology, adaptation and resilience, feminist theory, environmental ethics and scientific research. We bring together with examining detailed cases studies, theoretical materials, and discuss the practice of geographies. Thus, the main theme of the 26th International Geographical Conference of Taiwan (IGCT 2022) is “Frontiering practice of geographies: the intersections and imagination of physical and human geographies”, and the main subjects of interests as follow. The IGCT 2022 invites scholars, experts and graduate students in the fields of geography, humanities, nature and spatial information to discuss the fronitering practice of geographies. Try to stitch up fault lines in human/non-human relationships, as well as in physical and human spatial organizations.
|Ecosystem service||Geopark||Ethnic geography|
|Geographical education||Political ecology||Indigenous geography|
|Human and societal spaces||Regional geography||Demographical geography|
|Environmental geography||Economic geography||Geographical pedagogy and practice|
|Heath, germs, pandemic and spaces||Landuse governance and the Spatial Planning Act||Energy, environment and regional development|
|Body, gender and spaces||Intersections of virtual and physical spaces||Ecological informatics and spaces|
|Hazard, adaptation and resilience||Hybrid geography||Blended learning|
IGCT 2022 will be held at National Taiwan Normal University on 28– 29 May 2022. Sessions include paper presentations, workshops, panel discussions, and student competition. Scholars, policy makers, educators, and students are invited to attend this conference. Please fill in the online registration form and submit the abstract by Friday, 12 September 2021 (Friday). We will send you a confirmation letter when the registration process is complete by 30 September 2022. Please submit the full paper by 10 April 2022 (Sunday). The organization committee will recommend papers with excellent quality to be considered as journal papers in a regular issue of Journal of Geographical Research, after peer review process.