The University of Winnipeg and the University of Manitoba will be hosting an interdisciplinary conference on “Canada and the Middle East: Politics in the Coming Era” to be held at the University of Winnipeg, September 25, 26 and 27, 2003
The conference aims to provide a much-needed forum for scholarly debate on the continuities and changes in Canadian foreign policy objectives in and on the region during the post-Cold War era and the impact of the September 11 on Canada’s Middle Eastern policies.
The conference will be organized according to the following broad categorizations. Abstracts must address at least one or more of the following topics:
Regional security and Global consequences,
Domestic factors and regional consequences or visa versa,
Canada and the Middle East peace process,
Humanitarian and development issues.
Instructions for Submission:
Submissions should consist of:
a single-page abstract of the paper, outlining its theoretical and/or practical contribution, including how it relates to the theme of the conference
the name of each author with a short bio, institutional affiliation, title, and address, including telephone, fax, and e-mail.
A preliminary program will be drawn up once the proposals have been received and evaluated. Completed papers are due two weeks prior to the conference and will be distributed to the discussant and other panelists of each presenter’s specific panel. Following the conference, selected papers will be compiled and submitted for publication in an edited volume.
Deadline for submission of abstracts is: 15 May 2003.
For more information about the conference agenda and call for papers, please visit our conference web site at:
Department of Politics
The University of Winnipeg,
515 Portage Avenue,
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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