The Researching Far East POW History Group (RFHG), in partnership with the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM)
6th International Research Conference: Legacies of Captivity
9 – 11 June 2017
Call for Postgraduate Bursary Applications
What was the personal impact of captivity in the Far East during the Second World War? How did survivors rebuild their lives post-liberation? And where do families share and preserve their stories today?
Combining medical expertise with the most current research, this three-day conference will be aimed at: families of former POWs and civilian internees; professionals in the heritage sector; researchers, writers and the general public. Events running throughout the weekend will encourage audiences to reflect on the myriad ways that histories of captivity in the Far East have influenced individuals, families and communities.
We are inviting postgraduate researchers to apply for a bursary that will cover their full conference delegate fee.
There are three bursaries available. To apply, please submit a one-page (A4) proposal explaining how the themes of this conference relate to your current research, and the benefits to your project/career development in attending.
Note that successful applicants will need to arrange their own travel and accommodation – the bursary covers delegate fee only.
Completed proposals should be emailed to Dr Lizzie Oliver: email@example.com by 5pm on 8 July 2016
Applications will be reviewed by Professor Geoff Gill, Dr Lizzie Oliver and Dr Bernice Archer.
Informal enquiries about the conference, or your application, should be made to Meg Parkes MPhil firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr Lizzie Oliver: email@example.com.
Download the Call for Applications here