Call for submissions: The graduate student blog of China Geography

Call for participation in a newly started blog for graduate students of China geography:

After almost two months of preparation, we are pleased to announce that our blog ( is now open to accept the first round of submissions. In this call for contributions, we are featuring three themes that are based on suggestions offered by many graduate students: environmental issues, urban development, and theoretical and methodological considerations on China Geography. All of this could not have happened without the hard work of the members on the editorial board. Our editors in 2014 include ten graduate students from multiple disciplines and a vast range of geographical regions. They are:

Dylan Brady (Geography, University of Oregon)
Wei Chen (Geography, Ohio State University)
Xixi Fu (Resource Management and Geography, University of Melbourne)
Andrew Grant (Geography, UCLA)
Sam Kay (Geography, Ohio State University)
Chen Liu (Geography, Royal Holloway, University of London)
Robert Vanwey (History, SUNY)
Lili Wang (Geography, Ohio State University)
Yang Yang (Geography, University of Colorado Boulder)
Yueming Zhang (Geography, Clark University)

More information about our blog and our editors will be available on the blog. The site is currently under construction, and will be up and running soon.

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Monique Abud (2014, February 20). Call for submissions: The graduate student blog of China Geography. URBACHINA. Retrieved April 15, 2024, from

Monique Abud

Centre d'études sur la Chine moderne et contemporaine, EHESS, Paris, France

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