Day 2: 20 June 2019 – Rothermere American Institute, University of Oxford
09.15-11.10: Panel 3 – GLGW-affiliated postdocs, 2015-present
Chair: Prof. Santanu Das, University of Oxford
Dr. Alice Kelly, Rothermere American Institute (Oxford): "Hello Central, Give Me No Man’s Land: American First World War Aesthetics"
Dr. Jonathan Krause, King’s College London: “Anticolonial Rebellions in West Africa and Southeast Asia in the First World War”
Dr. Suzan Meryem Kalayci, University of Oxford: "Summer of 1916: Letters from the Der Zor Death Camps. Humanitarian Resistance, Death and Survival during the Armenian Genocide"
Dr. Taline Garibian, Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine (Oxford): "The Science of Bloodshed. Forensic expertise on Injuries and Corpses during the Great War"
11.30-12.45: Panel 4 – GLGW Graduate Students (2014 and prior cohorts)
Chair: Dr Pierre Purseigle, University of Warwick
Gregory Hynes, University of Oxford: "'We Are Not An Empire': Greater British First World War Propaganda and the transition from Empire to Commonwealth"
Dr. Stefano Marcuzzi, University College Dublin: "Challenging self-determination. Italy's diplomatic strategy at the Paris Peace Conference"
Dr. Robin Adams, Queen’s University, Belfast: "Patriots, Swindlers, Scoundrels and Dupes: The Strange Second Life of the US Liberty Loans"
13.45-15.05: Keynote 3 – Prof. John Horne, Trinity College Dublin
"Journeys into War and Back, 1914-1923"
Chair: Gregory Hynes, University of Oxford
15.05-16.10: Panel 5 – GLGW Graduate Students (2015 cohort)
Chair: Dr Susannah Wright, Oxford Brookes University
Hanna Smyth, University of Oxford: "The Material Culture of Remembrance and Identity"
Jack Doyle, University of Oxford: "Violence, Culture, and the Body in First World War Aerial Combat"
Mike Joseph, University of Oxford: "Sugar, War, and Politics in the French Caribbean"
Adam Luptak, University of Oxford: "Disabled Veterans of the Great War in Interbellum Czechoslovakia"
16.30-17.50: Panel 6 – GLGW Graduate Students (2016 and subsequent cohorts)
Chair: Mike Joseph, University of Oxford
Terry Cudbird, University of Oxford: "The Impact of the Great War on Regionalism in France : a turning point?"
Thomas Heyen-Dube, University of Oxford: "The Great War and the Revolutionary Right: The Future of Apocalyptic Warfare"
Chloe Nahum, University of Oxford: "To dream as I have never dreamed before: Dreams and the wartime consciousness".
18.30-22.00: Dinner – St. Anthony’s College, University of Oxford