Traditionally, the history of conflict resolution has been interpreted in the context of the cessation of wars. This conference seeks to explore conflict resolution beyond this narrow understanding of an issue between warring nation states. The organisers of this conference invite proposals for papers which consider wider and innovative interpretations of the theme of conflict resolution. Potential themes include but are not limited to
- The Family
- Organisations and Institutions
- Political Arenas
- Class, gender, race and ethnicity
- Environment and resources
- Gestures, ceremonies and symbolism
Conference organisers seek to cover a broad range of historical periods, from pre-history to the present day. Interdisciplinary approaches from all academic fields are strongly encouraged.
Please send proposals (maximum 250 words) for 15 minute papers along with a short biography (maximum 100 words) to email@example.com by 29th April 2016.
Submissions from final year undergraduates and postgraduate students are especially encouraged.
Attendance at the conference will be free and include lunch and light refreshments.
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