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Scarred Nations 2023 : Scarred nations: Intrastate conflict, legacies and reconciliation / Titiro whakamuri ki anga whakamua


When Apr 16, 2023 - Apr 21, 2023
Where Auckland New Zealand
Submission Deadline Aug 1, 2022
Notification Due Oct 1, 2022
Final Version Due Dec 24, 2022
Categories    war   history   international relations   peace studies

Call For Papers

We invite abstract submissions for participation in one of the following formats:

Individual paper presentations
20 minutes for each presentation within a 30-minute timeslot, allowing 10 minutes for discussion.

Complete panels
Three papers grouped around a common theme within a 90-minute timeslot. Each presentation of 20 minutes duration, followed by 10minutes for discussion.

Roundtable discussions
Centred on an overall theme within a 90-minute timeslot.

Abstracts should be submitted to:

The deadline for abstract submissions is 1 August 2022

Abstract submissions should include:
A paper/roundtable title
An abstract (max. 300words). The abstract should make a clear connection to the themes of the conference.
A short presenter profile (max. 150 words). For panels or roundtables, please include a profile for each presenter.

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