Friday, June 5, 2020
The conference, with its line-up of international speakers and hosted by the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM), regrettably has also had to be postponed. It will now take place in June 2021. More information will be posted on fepowhistory.com in due course.
5th June - 7th June 2020
Co-hosted by the Researching FEPOW History Group (RFHG) and the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM), our 7th international conference will focus on the stories and creativity that sustained prisoners, internees and forced labourers throughout captivity.
Taking place during the 75th anniversary year of liberation, and in conjunction with the LSTM’s Art of Survival Exhibition, the conference will encourage delegates to think of objects, poems, artworks, and stories that resonated with prisoners and enabled their narratives to endure for many decades post-war.
There are still spaces available, but are limited, and are offered on a first-come, first served basis. More details are available on the RFHG website (www.fepowhistory.com).
If you are thinking of attending it would be worth booking a place sooner rather than later, as these do get taken up very quickly. The registration form can also be downloaded at: https://fepowhistory.com/2020-conference/
The form includes details on fees, and a special discount code at The Liner for conference delegates.
For further information email: firstname.lastname@example.org