The complete devastation of the European continent following six years of total war precipitated the early cooperation efforts of the immediate post-1945 period. The foundations of European integration and the development of the Cold War were thus undoubtedly and inextricably linked.
Despite this simple claim, academic research on the question of European integration and the Cold War has apparently been less dynamic.
The aim of the Sixth HEIRS conference lies is correcting this apparent lacuna through 18 postgraduate/post-doctoral presentations. In addition to this, we will be joined by:
Patrick Major, University of Reading, UK
Thorsten Borring Olesen, Aarhus University, Denmark
Leopolodo Nuti, University of Roma Tre, Italy
Wolfram Kaiser, University of Portsmouth, UK
Dr Linda Risso, University of Reading, UK
The conference is free and open to all but registration before the conference is essential. To register please email the School Administrator, Jacqui Fletcher, on email@example.com stating which day(s) you wish to attend and whether parking is needed.
Location of Rooms:
The conference will take place on the University's main campus, Whiteknights. All panel sessions, coffee breaks and lunches will take place in Old Whiteknights House. This is building no. 9 on the University map (grid reference C4). All keynote lectures, the welcome talk, roundtable and final comments will take place in a short walk away in the Palmer Building, lecture room 1.09. This is building no. 26 on the University map (grid reference C5). For a map of Whiteknights campus with the location of all these buildings see www.reading.ac.uk/about/find/about-findmap.aspx.
Delegates should first head towards the Welcome Desk in the entrance of Old Whiteknights House. You will be given your conference pack and other information about the conference. The Welcome Desk will remain open throughout the conference and is an information point for any queries you may have.
Getting To/Staying In Reading:
Reading is in a prime location in the South-East of England and has excellent transport links.For information on travelling to Reading from within the UK or abroad please visit www.reading.ac.uk/maps. For information on where to stay in the town please visit www.reading.ac.uk/about/about-hotels.aspx.
Lunch will be provided free but those wishing to attend the conference meal (Thursday evening) will have to meet the cost of this (£30).
For more information please see: www.heirs-eu.org
University of Reading
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