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Call for Papers: Nuclear Histories of Canada

The Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History has released the following call for papers for a workshop on Canadian nuclear history:

We invite paper proposals on Canadian nuclear history, broadly conceived.

The Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History will host a one-day workshop in late September 2018, focusing on the role of nuclear issues in Canadian history. We encourage submissions dealing with a wide range of topics which speak to Canada’s role in the nuclear age. Papers could address:

•   Canadian nuclear industries

•   Arms control and disarmament policy

•   Anti-nuclear activism in Canada

•   Defence relations with the United States

•   Weapons testing in Canada

•   Nuclear export policy

•   Defence development and production sharing

•   Nuclear energy

•   Scientific cooperation

•   Intelligence assessments and monitoring

Please send paper proposals (300 words maximum) and a CV to Susan Colbourn ([email protected]) by January 15, 2018. Those selected will be informed by early March.



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