Global and Transnational History, Networks and Violence
Wednesday, 18 July 2018 — Thursday, 19 July 2018
|Location||City campus, NeW Space, in the center of Newcastle city|
|Date||Wednesday, 18 July 2018 — Thursday, 19 July 2018|
|RSVP||Thursday, 31 May 2018|
Workshop for Beginning Historians and Early Career Researchers.
This two-day workshop brings together young researchers (PhD candidates, post-doctoral scholars) working in the intersecting fields of global and transnational history, network analysis and studies of violence. The programme will feature a mixture of papers by expert speakers and presentations from participants.
Contributors will briefly present on their research areas followed by focused discussions that aim to unearth common themes and connections between individual projects, theories and frameworks. In preparation for the workshop, participants are expected to submit a short paper (2000 – 3000 words) addressing the workshop themes and to read selected articles to be provided by the organisers in the lead-up to the event.
This event follows on from another international workshop for postgraduates and ECRS that was held in Zurich in January of this year. To see the full program and the speakers at this workshop, please visit https://workshopviolenceandnetworks.wordpress.com/
The Venue & Organisers
The workshop is organised by the Centre for the History of Violence at the University of Newcastle (UON), Australia. The venue is the city campus, NeW Space, in the center of Newcastle city.
The organisers are Thomas Schmutz (University of Newcastle; University of Zurich); Michael Kilmister (University of Newcastle), Mikael Pierre (University of Newcastle; University of Bordeaux), Pearl Nunn (University of Newcastle) and Dr. Adrian Haenni (Distance Learning University Switzerland).
How to Apply
Please submit a short biography (100-150 words) and a short abstract (250-300 words) about your research topic and how it relates to the workshop in a single Microsoft Word document.
Submission date: 31 May 2018