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Childhood, culture and the first World War

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A Game That Calls Up Love and Hatred Both

An International Interdisciplinary Symposium proudly presented by the Australian Centre for Child and Youth: Culture and Wellbeing (ACCY) and Dromkeen National Centre for Picture Book Art.

The Australian Symposium is the first of a series of three international conferences. Its particular focus is to explore the impact of the First World War on childhood from the perspective of the global south. In doing so, it will bring together researchers and practitioners to explore verbal and visual representations of war in the children’s culture of Australia and the global south, with special reference to the First World War but also considering other wars of the 20th century.

Papers from a variety of disciplines, including English, Education, Film, History, Modern Languages, Sociology, and Geography will be presented.

Image: Portrait of a child by the name of Butler. One of a series of photographs taken by the Darge Photographic Company which had the concession to take photographs at the Broadmeadows and Seymour army camps during the First World War. Courtesy of the Australian War Memorial

Date:
1 December 2011 to 3 December 2011
Time:
09:00 - 16:00
Location:
City - Broadway CB10 Level 7, Aerial Function Centre and
The Utzon Room, Sydney Opera House
Audience:
All Welcome
Cost:
$700
RSVP:
Register now
Contact:
Magaret.Mccomb@uts.edu.au
More info:
http://www.fass.uts.edu.au/research/conferences/approaching-war/

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