Australasian Association for European History 27th Biennial Conference
5 to 7 July 2021
We are pleased to announce the Australasian Association for European History conference will be held from 5 to 7 July 2021.
The Australasian Association for European History is the premier conference in modern European historical studies in the southern hemisphere. This biennial event brings together scholars of European history from Australia, New Zealand, and all around the world. In 2021 the conference will be held online, providing a global platform for participants to discuss and critique contemporary developments in their fields of research.
The AAEH welcomes twenty-minute papers on any aspect of modern European history. Proposals for both individual papers and group panels will be accepted. In 2021, due to ongoing Covid-19 restrictions, the conference will held online via Zoom. We envisage a mix of live delivery and pre-recorded papers. The organisers will aim to facilitate the program to reflect time zones across Australia and New Zealand, as well as facilitating the presentation of papers from the rest of the world.
Abstracts of up to 300 words per presenter should be sent to email@example.com together with a 100-word profile of each speaker giving name, professional title and affiliation. Please also include your expected time zone in July 2021. The deadline for abstracts is Monday March 15, 2021. General inquiries can be made to the same address.
Professor David Blackbourn (Vanderbilt University) will deliver a keynote address to the conference.
Organising Committee of the AAEH Online Conference
Dr Alexander Cook
Dr Iva Glisic
Dr Ben Mercer (President)