The New Faces Of War
Historians Against The War
“The New Faces Of War”
Historians Against the War invites you to our upcoming national conference at Towson University, Baltimore, Maryland, April 5-7, 2013 (Friday evening through Sunday morning), co-sponsored by the Towson University College of Liberal Arts.
The theme “The New Faces of War” highlights the many ways that war-making has changed in recent decades, especially in the early 21st century. Here is a sampling of the confirmed panels:
The keynote speakers on Friday evening, April 5 are
Among those who will speak on Saturday and Sunday, either in plenary sessions or on breakout panels, are
The registration fee is $50 (or $30 for students or low-income).
Call for proposals (deadline is now past)
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Please help us build this conference by spreading the word to other scholars and activists!
Historians Against the War is a network of history teachers, scholars, and activists seeking to bring historical analysis to bear on U.S. foreign policy and its social/political impact. To find out more, visit the HAW website at www.historiansagainstwar.org.
The first HAW conference "Empire, Resistance, and the War in Iraq: A Conference for Historians and Activists" was held at the University of Texas, Austin, February 17-19, 2006.
The second HAW conference "War And Its Discontents: Understanding Iraq And The U.S. Empire" was co-sponsored with the Peace History Society and held in Atlanta, Georgia, April 11-13, 2008.