University of Nevada, Reno





War, Justice and Everyday Life, 1936-1946

April 15-17, 2010


This ninth annual conference of the Center for Basque Studies will bring together a select group of scholars from Europe, the United Kingdom and the United States whose research broadly relates to the experience of war, exile, justice and everyday life in the Basque Country, France, Spain, and Germany from 1936 to 1946. Sub themes include human displacement and migration in wartime, wartime and nationalism, wartime propaganda and public opinion, wartime gender relations and family life, justice and the process of judgment in post-war trials, and the impact of military bombardment on civilian life.

Past Conferences:




International Conference on Knowledge Communities



Writers in Between Languages: Minority Literatures in the Global Scene



Political Conflict Management and Civil Society: The Basque Case

November 1-3, 2005



Opportunity Structures in Diaspora Relations: Comparisons in Contemporary Multilevel Politics od Diaspora and Transnational Identity

April 27-29, 2006



Learning from the Bilbao Guggenheim
April 22–24, 2004



International Symposium on Basque Orally Improvised Poetry

May 16-17, 2003



Nationalism, Globalization, and Terror: A Debate on Stateless Nations, Particularism/Universalism,

and Radical Democracy



Politics after 9/11



Basques in the Contemporary World: Migration, Identity and Globalization



List of published proceedings





2009 International Conference on Knowledge Communities

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