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WAR AND PEACE IN CANADIAN HISTORY

THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE BACS HISTORY GROUP

CANADA HOUSE, FRIDAY 11 JULY 2008

The Annual Conference of the BACS History Group will take place at Canada House on Friday 11 July from 10.00am to 4.30pm

This event is now free to all.

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Beyond Vimy Ridge: War and Peace in Canadian History PDF Print E-mail
CALL FOR PAPERS

Beyond Vimy Ridge: War and Peace in Canadian History

A one-day conference organised by the BACS History Group at Canada House on Friday 13 July 2007, 10.30am-5.00pm.

Taking as its starting point the 90th anniversary of Vimy Ridge, the conference will explore the impact of war and peace on Canadian history and its relationship with Canada's assumed role as peacemaker and peacekeeper.

Papers (minimum 30 minutes) are invited on any aspect of the main theme of
the conference, including the broad theme of war and peace and specific events and issues, eg the South African War, First and Second World Wars, Korea, Suez Crisis, Gulf Wars, Afghanistan, etc. Although the conference is sponsored by the BACS History Group, papers and perspectives from other disciplines will be welcomed.

Registration will be £20, payable on the day (no charge for presenters).

To propose a paper or to attend the conference please email Tony
McCulloch, Head of History and American Studies at Canterbury Christ
Church University ( This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ).
 
History and Politics PDF Print E-mail
It is planned to revive the History Group and to enlarge it into a History and Politics Group, commencing at the BACS Annual Conference in Cambridge, April 2006. If you are interested in joining the Group, or know of anyone else who might be, please contact the Convenor, Dr Tony McCulloch, Head of History and American Studies, Canterbury Christ Church University
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