NEWS

 

 

 

Private Wars:
Legitimacy, Finance &
the Social Contract

20-21 March 2019

A conference on the public/private boundary in warfare

 

CALL FOR PAPERS

Sciences Po, Reims Campus 

New Voices in the History of War
Conference

Wednesday 1 - Thursday 2 July2020

Venue: The National Army MuseumRoyal Hospital Road, London, SW3 4HT

The New Voices conference is a forum for the sharing of research by PhD candidates and Early Career Researchers from any discipline whose research has a connection to the study of war: this year's speakers will include historians, sociologists, criminologists and archivists from around the world.

Coming soon: Programme and registration details.

The conference fee is £15 for SHoW members and £45 for non-members.

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ABOUT

A SOCIETY WITH THE AMBITION TO STIMULATE A BROAD RANGE OF DISCUSSION ABOUT THE PLACE OF WAR IN SOCIETY, ITS IMPACTS ON CULTURES AND INDIVIDUALS AND HOW IT HAS BEEN PERCEIVED, EXPERIENCED AND LEGITIMATED.

EVENTS

Conference

New Voices in the History of War II

Friday 12 July 2019
Programme Updated

Call For Papers

Private Wars: Legitimacy, Finance and the Social Contract

A conference on the public/private boundary in warfare

Sciences Po, Reims Campus – 20–21 March 2020

DEADLINE  1st November 2019

TEAM

"Whilst our central concern is the history of warfare, we also seek to encourage an open and inter-disciplinary dialogue that facilitates a much wider appreciation for the role of war in generating social, political, economic and military change."

Correspondence: 

All Souls College

Oxford

OX1 4AL