2010 Sexuality and Space Student Paper Competition

The Sexuality and Space Specialty Group of the Association of American Geographers is pleased to invite submissions for the 2010 Sexuality and Space Student Paper Competition. Winners will be notified prior to the 2010 Annual Meeting of the AAG in Washington D.C., and will be honored at the Awards Banquet. Submission deadline: March 1, 2010.

2010 Sexuality and Space Student Paper Competition

Eligibility: Any student currently enrolled in an undergraduate,
masters or doctoral degree program in Geography or a related
discipline may submit a paper. Papers are welcome from students at
institutions outside the United States. Students do not necessarily
have to be presenting a paper at this year's annual meeting of the
Association of American Geographers to be eligible for an award.

Requirements: We are seeking excellent quality student papers that
advance the study of sexuality and space. Papers should be 4000-6000
words in length (including explanatory footnotes/endnotes, but
excluding references), with an additional 100-200 word abstract.
Figures and images should be included as separate pages rather than
embedded within the text. Papers should be properly referenced,
although students may choose the citation method they think
appropriate. Papers should be in English.

Submission Procedure: Ideally, submissions will be made
electronically. Please send email to Dr. Andrew Gorman-Murray
(andrewgm@uow.edu.au) with the paper attached as a PDF, Microsoft
Word, or other standard word processing program file. If electronic
submission is not possible, please send three paper copies (double
sided copies are fine) to Dr. Andrew Gorman-Murray (School of Earth
and Environmental Sciences; University of Wollongong; Northfields
Avenue; Wollongong, NSW, 2522; Australia). Please be sure to include
your name, postal address, telephone, and email address on the front
cover of your paper, so that we can contact you if necessary.

Deadline: Papers must be received by 1 March 2010 to be considered.

Awards: Winners will be notified prior to the 2010 Annual Meeting of
the AAG in Washington D.C., and will be honored at the Awards
Banquet.

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