57th ASRDLF Colloquium
Territories and Digitalization: Innovations, mutations and decision
1-3 September, 2021, Avignon, France
The French Speaking Section of ERSA, ASRDLF is happy to announce the 57th ASRDLF Colloquium initially scheduled from June 30 to July 2, 2020, will take place on September 1, 2 and 3, 2021 in Avignon (France) in person (the organization will be the adapted if necessary if the health situation is still problematic in September).
The theme “Territoire(s) et numérique. Innovations, mutations et décision” is unchanged.
The 185 paper proposals accepted by the scientific committee for the 2020 conference are valid for the 2021 conference and will be included in the program (unless the authors agree otherwise).
To these proposals accepted in 2020 will be added all those that will be selected for the new call for papers of 2021. This new call concerns both specific sessions, recurring sessions and special sessions for which a new call for proposals is also being launched.
- Agnieszka Leszczynski, (digital) Geographer at Western University, London, Ontario, Canada
- Eric Vidalenc, Economist at Ademe (Agence de l’Environnement et de la Maîtrise de l’Énergie/Agency for the Environment and Energy Management), scientific advisor at the Independent Center for Futurible Studies and Future Thinking.
Call for abstracts
The call for papers is open until April 30, 2021.
Communication proposals are to be submitted online: https://asrdlf2021.org. Download the call for abstracts announcement in pdf.
Calls for applications “Young researchers” grants
9 ASRDLF “young researchers” grants will be awarded for an amount that may not exceed 400 euros each (including conference registration fees). These grants make it possible to financially help young researchers, doctoral students or young post-doctoral students to participate in the colloquium by covering part of the costs. Applicants must send their scholarship application by email to the following address before June 04, 2021.
Young Researcher Prize 2020
As part of the colloquium, a “Young Researcher” prize will be awarded by the ASRDLF to reward the best article of the conference presented by a young researcher. Can apply to all doctors whose thesis will be less than 5 years old on June 30, 2021, and all doctoral students who presented a paper at the ASRDLF 2020 Colloquium. These restrictions also apply to co-authors. The articles will be evaluated anonymously by a jury. The jury will be based on 3 criteria: the importance and/or originality of the subject, the rigor of the research (literature review, methodology, results, discussion) and the ability of the paper to stimulate debates and questions and future research. more
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