Applications of History for Today's Threats: The Inaugural RNSA Terrorism History Conference
Date: 14th June 2007
Location: International Affairs Conference Centre, Canberra
The Research Network for a Secure Australia, the Australian Homeland Security Research Centre and the Australian Academy for the Humanities invite scholars to present papers to the inaugural terrorism history conference to be held in
Canberra in June 2007.
The major theme of the conference is "applications of history to today's threats" but the organisers invite papers examining broader themes in the study of terrorism and counter-terrorism history in Australian and trans-national contexts. It is hoped that the select papers from the conference will form the basis of a publication.
An expression of interest (including, paper title abstract and contact details) should be received by the Conference chair before <b>31 March 2007</b>. Accepted paper givers will be informed of their inclusion before 15 April 2007.
Please send proposals or further queries to the Conference Chair: Dr Sean Brawley, Senior Lecturer in History, UNSW, Sydney, Australia, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Sean Brawley
School of History and Philosophy
University of New South Wales
Sydney NSW 2052
Australia Email: email@example.com
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