The University of Sheffield's Centre for Peace History, in partnership with the Peace History Society, is pleased to announce a conference on opposition to United States foreign policy in the years since the end of the Vietnam War. At a time when the United States remains engaged in wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and with the "unending" war on terror as a backdrop, this conference aims to bring together historians and scholars from other disciplines to discuss the range of political, legal, social, and cultural mobilizations that have challenged US foreign policy since 1975. Although scholars have been writing about the varieties of antiwar activism during the Vietnam War for decades now, opposition to American wars, combat and non-combat interventions, covert operations, and other foreign policies such as sanctions have received, by comparison, and with a few notable exceptions, much less attention. This conference, therefore, aims to shine a light on opposition to as many of these policies as possible.

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Photo of Dr Julie Gottlieb Dr Mike Foley


Senior Lecturer in the History of America and the Wider World and Co-Director, Centre for Peace History, University of Sheffield

m.foley@sheffield.ac.uk

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