CFP: First Veteran-Led Research and the War Veteran Conference

3 June 2013


‘In war, there are no unwounded soldiers’.

The John Pounds Centre
23 Queen Street, Portsea, Portsmouth, Hants, PO1 3HN

9th September 2013

The conference aims to bring together researchers, academics, professionals and organisations that support war veterans within our society.

The ‘Research and the War Veteran’ conference is the first veteran led research conference that sets out to explore the cultural and social experiences of war veterans within society. It further aims to explore how war veterans are represented within the research discourse.

We are inviting the submissions of papers for this conference which might explore areas such as;

Mental health; the family; stereotypes; transitional difficulties; marginalisation; un/successful therapeutic interventions; inspirational stories; war veterans and the media and the representations of war veterans within popular culture.

You are not limited by these subject areas and we would welcome any research that would further the understanding of this group within society.

Please send abstracts (max 200 words) and short bio to Dr David Jackson
Veteran to Veteran (Turning it around)
by no later than 30th June 2012 to
[email protected]
or [email protected]

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