Next week the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers will take place in New York. This always is a highlight of the year, and the upcoming edition is particularly exciting as I am convening three sessions on a topic that I have become very fascinated by over the past three years – the geographies of wellbeing. The sessions are scheduled to take place on Sunday 26th February between 12:40 pm and 6:20 pm (local time) in the Carnegie Suite West on the third floor of the Sheraton Hotel. I am fortunate to have excellent speakers giving papers, including Sarah Atkinson, Jo Little, Sebastien Fleuret and many others.
The three sessions will each have a specific theme:
a) Conceptualisations of Wellbeing – 12:40-2:20 pm (local time)
b) The Benefits of Nature, Green Space and Resources – 2:40-4:20 pm (local time)
c) The Importance of Everyday Life and Mobility – 4:40-6:20 pm (local time)