The History Department of West Virginia University announces the call
for papers for its bi-annual Rush Holt History Conference, which will
take place March 3-5, 2005. The topic is "Defining Security in an Insecure World: Radicalism, Terrorism, and State Responses."
Conference organizers invite papers dealing with events, people, and movements that have threatened societies and states. Papers from a broad spectrum of historical areas, both geographical and thematic, will be considered: for example, United States, Europe, Middle East; labor, diplomatic, and military. It is the goal of this conference to shed light on and give historical context to the current climate of insecurity and radicalism in the world. It is not intended as a conference particularly about September 11th, although September 11th-related panels and papers are welcome.
Please submit an abstract and c.v. via email or postal service by October 17, 2004 to K. Antolini.
220 Woodburn Circle
West Virginia University
Morgantown, WV 26506 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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