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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: 'Conflict and Complexity'

http://kn.open.ac.uk/public/getfile.cfm?documentfileid=13184

Dear AI, 

A conference on 'Conflict and Complexity' will take place on 2nd--3rd September 2008 at the University of Kent in Canterbury, UK. The conference is co-hosted by the Conflict Research Society (UK) and the newly-launched Conflict Analysis Research Centre. 

Academics from a wide range of disciplinary backgrounds will be contributing and I think it is important that AI is represented. 

Contributions will be accepted on the basis of a 300-word abstract which should be submitted by 14 March 2008 either by post to Gordon Burt at the address below or by email to g.j.burt@open.ac.uk. 

Further details are availablein the Call for Papers at: 
http://kn.open.ac.uk/public/getfile.cfm?documentfileid=13184; 

Gordon Burt 
IET 
Open University 
Milton Keynes 
MK7 6AA 
UK