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The Prairie Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers (PCAG) strives to support the objectives of The Canadian Association of Geographers (CAG) in the encouragement of geographical study, teaching, research and application of geographic knowledge in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Nunavut, northern Ontario, and North Dakota.  All members in good standing of the Canadian Association of Geographers residing in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Nunavut, and the American state of North Dakota, or affiliated with Lakehead University are automatically registered as members of the Division. Membership may also be accorded to other members of the Canadian Association of Geographers upon request to the Secretary/Treasurer of the PCAG.

Prairie Perspectives: Geographical Essays, Volume 20

Prairie Perspectives: Geographical Essays, Volume 20 is now available for download.

Call for Papers

Prairie Perspectives: Geographical Essays is an open-access, peer-reviewed publication of the Prairie Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers (PCAG).
Please see our 2019 CFP


Scholarly Manuscripts
The scholarly manuscripts included in each volume are a selection of those presented at the PCAG annual meetings, as well as contributions pertaining to the geography of the Western Interior. Scholarly manuscripts are refereed and may be submitted as research articles, review essays, viewpoints, and dialogues.  In preparing manuscripts authors should adopt the style guidelines of The Canadian Geographer available here.

Reviews
In addition to scholarly articles, Prairie Perspectives: Geographical Essays welcomes book reviews, research updates, photo essays, field trip guides, and other occasional notes of interest or relevance to Prairie geography and geographers.

Manuscripts and reviews for Volume 21 should be sent to Bruce Erickson at  bruce.erickson@umanitoba.ca. To ensure timely publication for the September 2019 meeting, deadline for submissions is February 15, 2019 (for scholarly manuscripts) and July 1, 2019 (for reviews). Authors are encouraged to notify the editor with an ‘intention to submit’ before the deadline.

All publications of Prairie Perspectives: Geographical Essays are available as PDFs by Volume or as individual articles.



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