The past century of historical inquiry sees increasing challenges to the notion of a "centre" of knowledge. Inspired by thinkers from Kracauer to Spivak, Western University's history conference seeks submissions from both graduate and undergraduate students that explores the themes of change, travel and transformation, in a variety of historical fields.
Conference dates: 27-29 September, 2012
Our 2012 keynote speaker is Dr. Cecilia Morgan, from the University of Toronto.
A luncheon address will also be given by Western University's Dr. Rob MacDougall.
Thematic interests may include, but are not limited to:
intercultural exchange and appropriation
technology and the body
tourism and migration
conflict, war and occupation
environmental and ecological change
gender and sexual identity
The conference committee also welcomes panel submissions on these and other subject matters.
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