Call for Papers – 1944: Seventy Years On

Call for Papers:

1944: Seventy Years On

14-17 April 2014, Royal Military Academy Sandhurst

Global War Studies and the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst are pleased to announce an international conference on the Second World War with 1944 as the core theme. The conference seeks to promote an interdisciplinary and international study of the period 1919-1945 by means of drawing upon the latest scholarship from a variety of disciplines. Papers dealing with one or more of the following topics are welcome and while 1944 is the focus, papers covering other periods or taking thematic approaches are also encouraged.

Military Operations / Naval Warfare / Air Power / Intelligence / Homefront

Alliance Politics / The Holocaust / Neutral States / Theaters of War

Economics / Grand Strategy / Mobilization / Industry

Displaced Persons / Prisoners of War / Science & Technology

Paper proposals should be submitted by 15 March 2013 along with an abstract and curriculum vitae. Panel proposals are welcome and should include a brief description of the panel’s theme. Submissions and queries should be addressed to: Robert von Maier (globalwarstudies@gmail.com) and Marcus Faulkner (marcus.s.faulkner@kcl.ac.uk) respectively. Additional details, including registration and accommodation, will be available soon. It is planned to publish the conference proceedings in due course.

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5 responses to “Call for Papers – 1944: Seventy Years On

    • Hi Ross, I think this sounds like a great idea. I’m currently writing an article on the damage and fear caused by Butterfly Bombs (SD2 anti-personnel sub-munitions ) which were dropped on Grimsby (as well as many other places) during the Second World War. So this may sit well on a panel with you proposed paper and link along the ‘role of air power’ theme.

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  2. Can anyone confirm that this CFP deadline has been pushed back to 15 June 2013? Looking to form a panel on Canadian forces in 1944, or the Italian campaign.

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