I’m all ready and looking forward to the Emotional Geographies Conference in Groningen. The programme looks excellent with keynote speakers such as Anne-Marie Mol and Divya Toila-Kelly. I’m speaking in the ‘ Emotional and affective temporalities of everyday life’ session organised by Jayne Sellick, Katie Hemesworth and Sophie Edwards. Some excellent papers in that but also throughout the conference – I’m particularly looking forward to ‘Emotional governance? New geographies of social policy and state intervention’, ‘Geographies of Sexuality: Bodies, Spatial Encounters, and Emotions’ and the ‘Emotional Impacts on/of Living with Difference’ sessions, but there’s great papers spread throughout the programme. Will try and write a daily reflection on the conference I think!