Reginald Golledge Distinguished Lecture in Geography

2015-05-07Stephen HirtleThe Golledge Lecture: The Cognition of SpaceColloquium
2014-05-15Mental Resurrection and How to Live Forever: Speculations on Future Interactions between Technology and our MindsThe Golledge LectureColloquium
2013-03-14Gilberto Câmara
Researcher on Geoinformatics and Environmental Modelling
National Institute for Space Research, Brazil
The Golledge Lecture: “On Mental Clocks and Mental Maps: Contributions of Behavioral Geography to a Theory of Geospatial Change”Colloquium
2012-02-03Isabel F. Cruz, Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Illinois;
Pascal Hitzler, Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Wright State University, Ohio;
Werner Kuhn, Professor, Geoinformatics, University of Münster, Germany;
Mike Goodchild, Professor, University of California Santa Barbara
Mark Schildhauer, Professor, University of California Santa Barbara
Krzysztof Janowicz (moderator), University of California Santa Barbara
"Big Data GIScience" Panel"
2009-05-07Luc Anselin

[PDF Document] Abstract
20 years since Spatial Econometrics (Golledge Lecture)Colloquium
2008-04-03Joseph KerskiSleepwalking into the future: Society without spatial thinkingColloquium
2007-04-26G. Donald Richardson[PDF Document] Testing an Airborne Radar: Monitoring the Daytona Peace Accords in BosniaColloquium
2006-04-13 Timothy Nyerges
Department of Geography
University of Washington
Implementing the PGIST Portal: A Web Portal for Analytic-Deliberative Decision Support
2005-04-14 Barbara Buttenfield
Department of Geography
University of Colorado
Multiple Representations of Geospatial Data: A Cartographic Search for the Holy Grail
2004-05-20Grant Thrall[PDF Document] Business Geography of the GIS IndustryColloquium
2003-04-10Ronald AblerTelecommunications and Geography (Golledge Lecture)Colloquium
2002-02-21Antoine BaillyMedicometry: A Global Approach of Health Care PoliciesColloquium
2001-05-03Susan Cutter[PDF Document] "Environmental Hazards and Risk Assessment"Colloquium
2000-04-13Robert StimsonMeasuring dimensions and spatial patterns of community opportunity and vulnerability: Lessons from a decade of socio-economic restructuring in Australia (18th Annual Golledge Lecture)Colloquium
1999-04-08John D. Nystuen
Urban & Regional Planning, University of Michigan
Place, Location, Time and Timing: Form and Texture in Space/Time
1998-04-09Richard Morrill
Department of Geography, University of Washington
Reradicalization of a Liberal? The Case of Urban Policies
1997-03-13Kingsley Haynes
Director of The Institute of Public Policy, George Mason
Issues in Environmental Justice: Measurement Assessment and Policy Design
1996-05-30John Hudson
Geography Program, Northwestern University
Rethinking Grassland Regionalism
1995-03-02Gerard Rushton
Department of Geography, University of Iowa
Borrowing Strength for the Small Area Analysis of Urban Infant Mortality and Birth Defect Rates
1994-05-26Waldo Tobler
Department of Geography, UCSB
Reflections on 30 Years of Geographic Research (Retirement Lecture)
1993-10-28Don Parkes
Director and Senior Research Fellow, University of Newcastle
Modelling Complex Environments, A Five Dimensional Dynamic Cartography for Blind Users
1993-02-25Yorgos Papageorgiou
Department of Geography, McMaster University
On the Recent Evolution of the Canadian Regional Population
1992-05-21Roger Downs
Department of Geography, Pennsylvania State University
Where in the World is Geography? The Message in the Medium
1991-02-21Leslie Curry
Professor Emeritus, University of Toronto
Entropy in Geographical Evolution
1990-04-12Gunnar Olsson
Director, Nordic Planning Institute, Stockholm, Sweden
Forms of Thought
1989-03-02W.A.V. Clark
Department of Geography, UCLA
The Efficacy of Legal Solutions to Spatial Problems
1988-04-08Lawrence A. Brown
Department of Geography, Ohio State University
Third World Development as the Local Articulation of World Economic Conditions, Donor Nations Actions, and Government Policies: A Rationale and Research Implication
1987-02-26Leslie J. King
Academic Vice President, McMaster University
The New Theoretical Economic Geography: A Critique
1986-06-05Peter Gould
Department of Geography, Pennsylvania State University
The Only Perspective: A Critique of Marxist Claims to Exclusiveness in Geographical Inquiry
1985-04-15Julian Wolpert
Woodrow Wilson School of Public & International Affairs, Princeton University
Urban Neighborhoods as a National Resource: Irreversible Decisions and Their Equity Spillovers