The aim of this three-day, international conference is to explore the international social, political, military and cultural history of this conflict from 1936 to the present. The organisers therefore welcome proposals for papers on any aspect of the conflict from established scholars or postgraduates working in a range of disciplines including, for example, social, political and cultural history, military history and war studies, intellectual history, cultural memory, literary studies, art history, photography, media studies, film studies. Proposals should not exceed 350 words and should be sent, in English or in French, the two official languages of GWACS, to either of the organisers at the addresses below by the 31st December 2005.
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