Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Call for Papers: Transatlantic Studies Association



Northumbria University, Newcastle, 8-11 July 2013
The Chairman of the TSA, Prof Alan Dobson (St. Andrews University) and Dr. Michael Patrick Cullinane (Northumbria University) would like to extend an invitation to the 2013 Transatlantic Studies Association Annual Conference.
Our outstanding 2013 plenary guests are: 
  • Professor Donna Alvah (St. Lawrence University)
  • Professor Michael Clarke (Royal United Services Institute)
  • Professor Erwan Lagadec will lead a roundtable discussion of his book, Transatlantic Relations in the 21st Century with respondents

Panel proposals and individual papers are welcome for any of the general or sub-panels.  A 300 word abstract of proposal and brief CV to panel leaders or to AlanDobson and Michael Cullinane.
Deadline – 30 April 2013.
The general panels, subpanels and panel leaders for 2012 are:
  1. Literature and Culture: Constance Post, and Louise Walsh
    Sub-panels:
    - Transatlantic Romantic Dialogues: Clare Elliott
  2. Economics: Fiona Venn, and Joe McKinney 
  3. History, Security Studies and IR: Alan Dobson David Ryan
    Sub-panels:
    - NATO: Ellen Hallams, and Luca Ratti, Ben, Zyla
    - Central and Eastern European Countries in NATO: Alliances, Politics, and Identity: Luca Ratti, Ben Zyla and Karolina MacLachlan
    - Ethnicity and security in the transatlantic world: David Haglund
    - The U.S. Pivot to Asia: Erwan Lagadec
    - Diplomats at War: The American Experience: Simon Rofe
    - Anglo-American Relations: Steve Marsh and Charlie Whitham,
    - Transatlantic Relations during the Second World War: Tom Mills and Gavin Bailey
    - Bringing South Borders In: Perceptions, Strategies and Political Action of Latin America and Africa in Transatlantic Relations: Alexandre Moreli
    - Transatlantic Approaches to Energy Security: John R. Deni
    - 40th Anniversary of the 1973 Oil and Middle Eastern Crises: Transatlantic Perspectives: Fiona Venn
  4. Planning, Regeneration and the Environment: Antonia Sagredo and Tony Jackson
  5. Migration and Diaspora in the Atlantic World: Tanja Bueltmann
    Sub-panels
    - The Anglican Church in the Atlantic World: Joe Hardwick
    - British Cultural Legacies in the Atlantic World: Tanja Bueltmann
For further information and the gateway for registration for the conference visit www.transatlanticstudies.com

Scottish Charity Regulator: TSA Charity Number SC039378

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