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Workshop for Young Historians and Early Career Researchers
Global and Transnational History,
Networks and Violence
(18.07. – 19.07.2018)
Centre for the History of Violence, University of Newcastle
(2308 Callaghan, NSW)
The two-day workshop brings together young researchers (PhD candidates, Post-Docs) working on the following topics: Global and transnational history, networks and violence. The aim is to discuss theories about global and transnational history, network analysis in history and violence. Every participant will shortly present his own research area and then link his individual research project to both the theories and the projects of other participants. The core of the workshop are the discussions about the common denominators of the presented projects and theories.
Three expert talks will contribute more insights and perspectives throughout the workshop. As preparation for the workshop, the participants are expected to submit a short paper (concerning the individual research projects) and read a few articles provided by the organizers.
The workshop is based on experience from another workshop held in Zurich in January 2018. To see program and speakers of the previous workshop, please visit the website:
Organizers and venue
The workshop is organized by the Centre for the History of Violence at the University of Newcastle, Australia. The venue for the two-day workshop is the city campus NewSpace in the center of Newcastle.
The main organizers are Thomas Schmutz (University of Newcastle; University of Zurich); Michael Kilmister (University of Newcastle) and Dr. Adrian Haenni (Distance Learning University Switzerland).
Please submit a short biography (100-150 words) and a short abstract (200-300 words) about your research topic and how it relates to the workshop in a single Word document.
Submission date: April 30, 2018.
Please contact the organizers with the contact email (firstname.lastname@example.org)