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Conference program

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Wednesday 18th november 10am :

Conference Opening and Opening lecture

Wednesday 18th november 1:30pm :

Room 1 : Session N – Time Geography: 50 Years of Thinking about Population, Time and Territories

Room 2 : Session P1 and P2 – Movements of Plants and People and the Question of Territorial Rootedness

Room 3 : Session Varia 1

Room 4 : Session Varia 2

Wednesday 18th november 3:15pm :

Room 1 : Session L1 and L2 – Demographic Transitions and Territories. Historical and Contemporary Perspectives

Room 3 : Session J1 and J2 – Local Public Policies Faced with Household Timescales. Towards Cooperation between Ethnographers, Economists, Historians and Geographers

Wednesday 18th november 4:00pm :

Room 4 : Session C1 and C2 – Health Inequalities: Understand the Spatial and Temporal Logics of Changes in Healths

Thursday 19th november 8:30 am :

Room 1 : Session M – Living in In-Between Spaces. Ranges of Experience and Horizons of Expectation in Intermediate Spaces

Room 2 : Session B1 and B2 – The Creative Edges of Globalisation: Spaces, Processes, Flows

Room 3 : Session Q1 and Q2 – 2020: Pace of Life and Urban Rhythms. What Prospects for Urban Time Policies?

Room 4 : Session I1 and I2 – Urban Wastelands: Spaces of Innovation or Times for Conflicts ?

Thursday 19th november 10:30 am :

Room 1 : Session G1 – Small and Medium-Sized Cities, Services and Territories: An International Perspective

Thursday 19th novembre 12:15pm :

Donner à voir le quotidien des villes avec le Mobiliscope. Présentation de l’outil et retours d’expériences

Thursday 19th november 1:30pm :

COVID session 1 – Les sciences territoriales et la pandémie de Covid-19

Thursday 19th november 3:15pm :

Room 1 : Session G2 and G3 – Small and Medium-Sized Cities, Services and Territories: An International Perspective on Urban Shrinkage

Room 2 : Session A1 and A2 – Island time. Island Territories from Different Temporal Perspectives

Room 3 : Session H1 and H2 – New Systems of Regionalisation. The Latin American Laboratory

Thursday 19th november 5:00pm :

Room 4 : Session I3 – Urban Wastelands. Spaces of Innovation or Times for Conflicts ?

Friday 20th novembre 8:30am :

Room 1 : Session D1 and D2 – Territorial Reforms: A Balance between Resilience and Innovation. Which Timescale for which Populations ?

Room 2 : Session F1 and F2 – Long-Term Evolution of Territories and Settlements

Room 3 : Session K1 and K2 – Investigating Health Care Territorialisation: Steps, Actors, Changes

Room 4 : Session E1 and E2 – Individual and Territorial Trajectories: Longitudinal Approaches and Interactions

Friday 20th november 2:00pm :

COVID session 2 – Les sciences territoriales et la pandémie de Covid-19

Friday 20th november 3:30pm :

Closing talk