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>From: "Lucinda Matthews-Jones" 
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>Subject: CFP: Citizenship, Nation and Identity in the Long 
>Nineteenth-Century (grad) (UK) (3/31/06; 6/16/06-6/18/06)
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>CFP: Citizenship, Nation and Identity in the Long Nineteenth-Century 
>(postgrad)
>(UK): (31/03/06: 16-18/06/06)
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>Date: 17 - 18 June 2006
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>Description:
>Building on the success of lasts year's postgraduate conference at 
>St. Deiniol's
>this event will focus broadly on citizenship and national identity in the long
>Nineteenth-Century (1800-1914). Proposed themes include though other topics
>warmly welcomed; definitions of Nation, Nationality and Nationhood within
>Britain and abroad, relationships between the community and the individual,
>expressions of gender, race and sexuality and religious and secular 
>identities.
>Speakers: Eugenio Biagini (Cambridge), Jeremy Tambling (Hong Kong), Brian
>Maidment (Salford) and Bertrand Taithe (Manchester). We are now welcoming
>abstracts. Proposals should outline content of the paper, and should be no
>longer than 300 words in length.
>
>Conference organisers: Lucinda Matthews-Jones and Giles Whitely
>
>Venue: St. Deiniol's Library, Hawarden. Accommodation available 
>through them see
>http://www.st-deiniols.org/
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>Contact: Janet Meredith
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>Email: [log in to unmask]
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>Address: G35 Martin Harris Building, University of Manchester, Oxford Road,
>Manchester, M19 9PL
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>Tel: 0161 2758950
>
>Deadlines: submission of papers (call for papers): 31 March 2006; registration
>for conference place: 30 April 2006

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