The extended deadline for submissions for the Armistice & Aftermath symposium is coming up on May 1. Please submit a proposal or contact us with inquiries by that time.
November 9-10, 2018
An international conference at BINGHAMTON UNIVERSITY
Sponsored by the Institute for Asian and Asian Diasporas
The Sir Michael Howard Centre for the History of War, at King’s College London, and All Souls College, University of Oxford, are delighted to announce their second joint international conference. This will be held at King’s College London on November 14, 2018.
Join us in celebrating VE Day with a Transcribe-a-Thon focused on uncensored, handwritten reflections of military service from WWII soldiers collected by the Army Research Branch. "The American Soldier" project is a collaboration between multiple units at Virginia Tech (College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences; University Libraries; and Center for Human-Computer Interaction) as well as the National Archives and the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Global War, Global Connections, Global Moments
Centre for the History of Violence, University of Newcastle (Australia)
16–18 July 2018
Aim of the conference
Nineteenth-Century Workshop 2018
War / After War: Memory, Fear, Indifference
Rutgers University; New Brunswick, NJ
War as memory. The fear of war. War as experience. How does culture mark its relationship to organized violent conflict?
In 2018, Rutgers’ Nineteenth Century Workshop will address the long-lasting effects of war on nineteenth-century literature and culture. It is a topic we take to be both urgent and of particular scholarly interest to students of the era.
Transitions from war to peace have been one of the most fertile grounds for contemporary historical analysis in the last twenty years. In this last year of the Great War centenary, the “end of the conflict” topic (as well as the possible or impossible “return” to peace) will be the discussion focus among specialists in the 1914-1918 period. However, the numerous forms of war-exit are difficult to understand through a short-term perspective.
Royal Military College of Canada
8-9 November 2018
The Master of Arts Program in War and Society at Chapman University educates graduate-level students in the field of war and society by rigorously examining the social, cultural, political and moral aspects of how societies go to war, experience war and deal with war’s consequences.