The organizers of the Landscape, Space, and Place Conference at Indiana University in Bloomington have circulated a Call for Papers. The proposed themes are timely and point important directions for cultural-geographical research. They include global conflict, borders, and nationalism; queer spaces, gendered places, and visual culture; whiteness and racialized landscapes; environmental landscapes and politics; and migration, and geographies of everyday life. The keynote speaker is Dr. Ed Linenthal, Professor of History and American Studies at IU. Abstracts are due on January 31, and the conference is set for March 2-4.