War and conflict have been a formative part of United States history during the twentieth century, a trend that has continued into the new millennium. Since World War II, oral history has become a progressively more valuable tool in exploring the causes of war; the fierce national and international debate over the efficacy of waging war; the experiences of the combatants and civilians caught up in the conflict; and the social, political, and economic consequences of war. Drawing on this rich history, OHMAR and the Veterans History Project are soliciting papers for a conference that explores war and conflict through the use of oral history.
Conference date is May 1,2009 at the Library of Congress in Washington,DC.
Proposal packages should be emailed to: email@example.com
Written proposals should be mailed to:
US Army Corps of Engineers
Office of History
7701 Telegraph Road
Alexandria, VA 22315
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