Last updated: 11 January 2017
The National Army Museum hosts conferences where interested parties are invited to submit proposals for papers to be read during the proceedings.
This is an opportunity for postgraduate students, academics (early-stage or otherwise) and unattached scholars to contribute aspects of their research to the scrutiny of an audience which shares their interests. In most cases it is intended that the best papers will be published.
To mark the re-opening of the National Army Museum following a £23 million refurbishment, a conference is being held to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the first recruitment of women into the non-nursing branches of the British Army.