The first Modern Conflict Research Symposium will be hosted at the University of Bradford on Saturday 3rd February 2018. The symposium offers a platform for students, academics and professionals researching matters relating to the study of modern conflict between 1850-2017 to share their research, with the intention of promoting interdisciplinary research.
The event is split in to two sessions. The morning session features three panels of presentations from current research students and early career researchers, closed by a keynote presentation from Professor Peter Doyle, London South Bank University. The Afternoon session features four panels of presentations delivered by academics and established professionals sharing their research projects. The afternoon session will be closed with a keynote from Richard Osgood, Senior Archaeologist, Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO).
This conference has been funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) the Heritage Consortium, Wessex Archaeology and the German History Society.
The event is free of charge, and food and refreshments will be provided. All are welcome- you do not need to be a University student to attend.
Please register for a free ticket here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/modern-conflict-research-symposium-registration-37691157266
Limited tickets remain- please book now to avoid disappointment
If you have any queries, please contact Sarah Ashbridge at firstname.lastname@example.org
The conference will be hosted in the Norcroft Centre at the University of Bradford (reference 5 on the map below).
For information about parking near the University, please find attached a map of nearby car parks here: car-parks