INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON WAR STUDIES
29-30 October 2021/ Online
The International Symposium on War Studies is the premier adult educational event bringing together the best and brightest scholars, authors, historians, and witnesses to history from around the globe to discuss key battles, personalities, strategies, issues, and controversies of the war that changed the world.
INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON WAR STUDIES
SYMPOSIUM CENTER : Ankara, Turkey -Institute of Strategic Thinking, (https://www.sde.org.tr/)
SYMPOSIUM DATES: 29-30 October 2021/ Online
Abstract submission deadline /// 20 October 2021
Program announcement /// 22 October 2021
Symposium sessions ///20-30 October 2021
Full text submission deadline ///5 November 2021
Proceeding book publication date /// 15 November 2021
Symposium Call and Scope
War has been a constant aspect of human eras since ancient times. In fact, the idea of conflict as a means of achieving useful results has always been present in the history of evolution. Even if after the end of the Second World War when a new peaceful approach towards dispute resolution has been promoted by the most powerful nations in the world, tensions have become risen again in the last few decades, particularly in some territories of the world.
Since 2021 will mark the thirtieth anniversary since the outbreak of the Yugoslaw Wars and the end of the First Gulf War to name but a few, it is necessary to examine the themes and approaches studied in the field of War Studies and to offer a contribution towards a careful analysis of future scenarios.
We invite academics from different backgrounds, including but not limited to history, philosophy, law, politics, sociology, literature, religion, economics, art, geography, anthropology, psychology, war industry, military science and cyberscience.
Fields of study / scope of the symposium
Proposals should be related, but not limited, to:
history of war;
philosophy of war;
legal regulation of war;
sociology of war;
war and cinema;
war and religion;
representation of war in the Arts;
geography of war;
war and anthropology;
war and psychology;
- There is no lunch or promotional items in our symposium concept.
- The participation fee must be deposited until 18 October 2021 at the latest and the receipt must be sent to the symposium secretariat via email.
You can present two papers
Publication of the abstract and full texts in the proceedings book (with ISBN)
Separate participation certificates for all authors (PDF document for online presentations)
Article publication support in International Journals
International book chapter support
You must apply to the symposium by sending a summary. The summary evaluation process takes a maximum of 1 day. The author is informed without delay as to the result of the evaluation. Your abstracts must be in the 200-300 word range. You must send your abstracts in word / doc format to firstname.lastname@example.org by October 20, 2021 at the latest.
CLICK for summary template
Full Text Submission
There is no full text requirement in our symposium. If you want to publish your full texts in the proceedings book, you must send your FULL TEXTS to email@example.com address by November 5, 2021 at the latest after your abstract is accepted.
GUIDELINES FOR FULL PAPER
Since the symposium has an INTERNATIONAL nature, it is mandatory to send an abstract in English.
Full Text Writing Rules
- Times New Roman, 12 pt. (Manuscript title, author names, institutions, e-mail addresses, abstract and keywords should all be in 12 pt.
For parts such as graphics, tables
the font size of the author can be determined by the author in the most appropriate way)
- Give the line spacing 1.25
- Do not indent at the beginning of the paragraph from the left.
- MAIN titles should be written in CAPITAL letters and bold
- Citation and Bibliography should be arranged in APA style.
- Your full texts must be at least 5 pages.
- ABSTRACT, INTRODUCTION, RESEARCH AND FINDINGS, CONCLUSION AND REFERENCES in your full texts
parts of it should be shown under separate headings.
You can send all your questions about the symposium to the secretariat firstname.lastname@example.org, our symposium coordinators will answer them during the day.
SYMPOSIUM ORGANIZATION COMMITTEE
Assoc. Prof. Güray ALPAR
Director of the Strategic Thinking Institute
Symposium Honorary Chairman
Prof. Dr. Tevfik Erdem -Hacı bayram Veli University
Prof. Dr. Akbar VALADBIGI -Elmi Korbordi University
Assoc. Prof. Mehmet Güneş-Ufuk University
Andre NIKWIGIZE- UN Washington Office
Dr. Gökberk Durmaz-Ankara Sosyal Bilimler University
Seda HADZIBULIC - Northeastern Illinois University
Prof. Dr. Mustafa TALAS-Niğde Ömer Halisdemir University
Prof. Dr. A. Beril TUĞRUL-İstanbul Teknichal University, Nuclear Energy Institute
Doç. Dr. Stefan SEREZLIEV-College of Theatre “Lyuben Grois”
Prof. Dr. Ramazan GAFARLI- AMEA
Prof. Dr. Gülizar IBRAHIMOVA- Bakü Eurasian University, Provost
Prof. Dr. Veysel BOZKURT- İstanbul University
Prof. Dr. Vagif ABİSHOV-Azerbaijan National Academy of Science
Prof. Dr. Sedat CERECİ- Mustafa Kemal University
Assoc. Prof. Joanna STUDZIŃSKA-Kozminski University, Civil Chamber of the Supreme Court.
Assist. Prof. Dr. Akram Mohammed Yahya-University of Mosul, Iraq
Dr. Renu Susan SAMUEL - St. Peter’s College
Dr. Alan LIBERT- Newcastle University
Assist. Prof.Dr. Shagufta Sufee-University of Delhi, India
Dr. Orhun Burak SÖZEN- Gaziantep University
Dr. Germán Martínez Prats-Universidad Juárez Autónoma de Tabasco, México
Dr. Abbas KARAĞAÇLI- Giresun University
Assoc.Prof. Elnur Kelbizadeh-Institute of Caucasus Studies of ANAS, The head of the Caucasus policy
Dr. Gabriela Boangiu-the Romanian Academy
Dr. Osman Vedüd EŞİDİR-Fırat University
Assoc. Prof. Adem KARA-Abant İzzet Baysal University
Dr. Ragif HUSEYNOV- Tomori Pal College, Hungary
Dr. Nina Kitoshvili- University of Georgia