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Call For Reviewers--Representing WWI

Published on March 12, 2014


Call For Reviewers--Representing WWI: Perspectives at the Centenary
October 31st - November 2nd, 2014
Harbourfront Centre
Toronto, Canada

Organized by the Humber School of Liberal Arts and Sciences in Participation with the International Festival of Authors

The year 2014 marks the centenary of the beginning of World War I. Although primarily a European conflict, its impact was global and still resonates throughout the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, affecting political and economic relationships, the humanities, social sciences, and the arts.
World War I remains a central concern for scholars in all fields. This international conference, hosted by Humber's School of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the International Festival of Authors, will facilitate further discussion among scholars, researchers, and public intellectuals across a wide range of academic disciplines.
Topics for individual and panel presentations may include the following:
 Cultural memory
 Empire and colonialism
 Nationalism and transnationalism
 Aboriginals and the war
 Women and the war
 The home front
 Global contexts
 Politics
 Propaganda
 Diplomacy
 Medical and psychological responses
 Economic responses and models
 Literary representations (fiction, poetry, graphic novels, etc.)
 Visual representations (painting, photography, film, etc.)
Deadline and Application Process:
Conference organizers are presently seeking reviewers with academic credentials in a relevant discipline and with expertise in the study of WWI.

Qualified and interested potential evaluators are asked to complete the online form at
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