Conflict and Identity: Confronting the Past through Education

A two-day conference (17th-18th October 2019) exploring the role of history education in conflict-risk, at-conflict, and post-conflict societies

Event Type: Local / Community

Takes Place: 17th October 2019

Venue: University of Oxford

Description: This two-day conference will explore the evolving relationship between conflict and identity. It will focus on how teachers and lecturers present history, how such choices shape identity, and how history education can be used for the purposes of promoting or undermining peaceful societies. As well as research presentations, we invite academics to join us in a series of outreach workshops and round-tables with history teachers and A-level students, where we hope to create spaces of sharing, collaboration, and mentorships.

How to book: Register via website address below

Price: Early bird registration (until 14 July 2019) £8.00 students, £20.00 non-students. From 15th July, £20.00 students, £30.00 non-students. The fee includes lunch and refreshments on both days and a wine reception on the evening of 17 October.


Lecturer: Various; details to be advised nearer the date

Region: South-East England


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