Abstract: Rethinking War will seek to re-evaluate and re-define the study of war, conflict, and military history, including its impact on mental health, the interconnectedness of medicine, health, and war, and the long-term effects of trauma and memory on policy and ethics. The conference will challenge traditional binaries of war/peace, combatant/civilian, home-front/battlefield, and digital/physical sites of war and the effect this re-framing has on human well-being and the creation of narratives.
Additional conference information is available on our website: https://bioethics.pitt.edu/rethinking-war
Sponsored by the Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies Program; Center for Bioethics & Health Law; and Department of History
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