Llewellyn Hall, Australian National University, Canberra
18-20 March 2015
On the centenary of Gallipoli, Australia’s national memorial and museum of war joins with Australia’s national university to host this major international conference. Leading historians from all the countries who contributed forces to the campaign will present the most current perspectives on the many faces of Gallipoli.
Themes to be covered will include:
- The planning and conduct of the campaign on land and sea
- The impact of Gallipoli on the societies involved
- Myth, memory, and nationalism
- The legacies and heritage of the Gallipoli peninsula
- Gallipoli today.
Please contact Paulina Leko at Conference Logistics for any enquiries relating to the conference. Paulina can be contacted on 6281 6624 or firstname.lastname@example.org