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CALL FOR PAPERS | First Annual International Interdisciplinary Conference

“Places of Peace: Making Europe throughout Peace Treaties”
June 30th (virtual conference)

The conference aims to bring together researchers to promote constructive, critical and interdisciplinary conversations about topics related to Places of Peace: Making Europe throughout Peace Treaties.

In order to present their research at the conference authors can send an abstract and full paper.

Please find the complete Call for papers and submission dates on the following link:

http://conference.placesofpeace.eu/

Scholars will be invited to submit papers dealing with the following issues:

  • The shaping of Peace treaties: conferences, international bodies, formal and informal international relations.
  • The consequences of Peace treaties: from displaced people and forced migration to labour mobility
  • The new economic order of Peace treaties: the transition from a war to a peace economy
  • Humanitarianism, philanthropy and caregiving in the aftermath
  • Remembering the end of war and the peace conditions.
  • The Narration of Peace Treaties: Memory, Memorialization and Reconciliation.
  • Gender and Post war: roles and places for woman in the aftermath
  • Tourism and Places were peace treaties were signed
  • Tourism and Peace Heritage
  • Educational role of tourism and Peace Heritage
  • Tourism niches contributing to peace and sustainable outcomes
  • Case studies in peace through tourism
  • The role of stakeholders in building tourism in peace heritage
  • Critical essays about peace through tourism

The first Annual “Places of Peace” accepts the following type of abstracts

Research paper: Abstracts should include the research objectives, proposed methodology, and a discussion of expected outcomes.

Student Papers: Research done by students

Case Studies: Case studies in any of the conference topics.

Reports on Issues Related to the conference topics.

Proposals should be no longer than 300 words in length and be accompanied by a short bio-note. Contributions will be peer evaluated, according to the significance of the topic, the importance of the contribution, and originality. Selected full manuscripts will appear in the conference proceedings to be published by the research group after the event.

Important Dates:

  • Abstract Submission: January 15TH, 2021
  • Notification on acceptance: January 31st, 2021.
  • Submission final manuscripts: April, 30th 2021

Scientific and organizing committee:

  • Patrizia Battilani, University of Bologna, Italy
  • Eduardo Basso, European Network of Places of Peace
  • Áurea Rodrigues, CIDEHUS, University of Évora, Portugal
Pubblicato il 11 settembre 2020