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					         Peace Movements in the Cold War and Beyond:
                 An I n t e r n a t i o n a l C o n f e r e n c e
                           1-2 February 2008, London School of Economics, UK


Venue:
Room 1: H705, Connaught House, LSE
Room 2: H605, Connaught House, LSE
Room 3: H616, Connaught House, LSE
Room 4: B212, Columbia House, LSE

Registration: Old Building, LSE

AV: Please be aware that there is no AV equipment available on Friday. There is a chance that we will be
able to use AV on Saturday; however, please be prepared to present without.




Friday, 1 February 2008

10:00-12:00 Registration
Venue: Old Building, LSE


12:30–14:00 - Plenary Session 1
Venue: New Theatre, East Building, LSE

Why Was the Peace Movement Important?

Chair: Mary Kaldor
Speakers: Mick Cox, David Cortright, Sandra Butcher, Ferenc Miszlivetz


14:00–14:30
Break


14:30–16:00 Panel Session 1
Room 1: Panel 7a - Women's Peace Movements
Room 2: Panel 1a - Peace Movements in the Early Cold War
Room 3: Panel 3a - Peace Movements in the 1980s


16:00–16:30
Break
16:30–18:00 Panel Session 2
Room 1: Panel 7b - Women's Peace Movements
Room 2: Panel 1b - Peace Movements in the Early Cold War
Room 3: Panel 5 - Post Cold War Peace Movements
Room 4: Panel 3b - Peace Movements in the 1980s


18:30–20:00 - Plenary Session 2
Venue: New Theatre, East Building, LSE

Who Won the Cold War

Chair: Arne Westad
Speakers: Mary Kaldor, Andrei Grachev, Jan Kavan, Robert Singh


20:00–21:30 - Reception
Venue: Atrium, Old Building, LSE

Reception




Saturday, 2 February 2008

09:30–11:00 Panel Session 3
Room 1: Panel 12 - Theory and Practice of Peace Movements
Room 2: Panel 11 - Peace Movements and Germany
Room 3: Panel 2a - The Vietnam Anti-War Movement and its Legacy in the 70s
Room 4: Panel 4a - The Church and Peace Movements


11:00–11:30
Break


11:30–13:00 Panel Session 4
Room 1: Panel 8a - Concepts of Peace
Room 2: Panel 9 - The Role of Peace Research
Room 3: Panel 2b - The Vietnam Anti-War Movement and its Legacy in the 70s
Room 4: Panel 4b - The Church and Peace Movements


13:00–13:30
Break


13:30–15:00 Panel Session 5
Room 1: Panel 8b - Concepts of Peace
Room 2: Panel 10 - Peace Movements and Conscientious Objection
Room 3: Panel 6 - East-West Dialogue


15:30–17:00 - Plenary Session 3
Venue: New Theatre, East Building, LSE

Lessons Learned

Chair: Mick Cox
Speakers: Mient-Jan Faber, Rebecca Johnson

				
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