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)
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
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
Mike Joseph, University of Oxford
Adam Luptak, University of Oxford
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