War After 1945: Literature, History, Culture, and the Arts
We invite papers about all wars after 1945: Korea, Vietnam, Gulf, Iraq, Afghanistan; and peacekeeping missions and involvement in Europe, Central America, Africa, and the Middle-East.
We invite writers and artists of original fiction, poetry, drama, art, and music.
We encourage all perspectives: North American, Central American, Northeast Asian, Southeast Asian, and Middle-Eastern.
All approaches will be honored: scholarly, interdisciplinary, multicultural, film, literature, history, sociology, political science, linguistics, ethnicity, folklore, and oral history.
Send a 250-word abstract, including the title of the paper, either through e-mail or to the address below. You may also submit a proposal for a complete panel.
For each presenter, include name, department and university affiliation (if appropriate), mailing address, phone number(s), and e-mail address.
Dr. Renate W. Prescott
Kent State University at Geauga
14111 Claridon-Troy Rd.
Burton, OH 44021
phone: 440.834.3721 (office)