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First World War

2nd European Conference in First World War Studies

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Publié le lundi 09 juin 2003 par Natalie Petiteau

Résumé

International Society for First World War Studies MAISON FRANÇAISE, UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD 23 & 24 June 2003 An international conference organized with the support of the Maison Française d’Oxford, the University

Annonce

International Society for First World War Studies






MAISON FRANÇAISE, UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD



23 & 24 June 2003



An international conference organized with the support of the Maison Française d’Oxford, the University of Oxford, the Cultural and the Scientific Services at the French Embassy in London.



Monday 23 June 2003

2 pm: First Session

Chair: Dr. Jenny Macleod, JSCSC / King’s College, London

Thomas Weber, University of Glasgow: British war propaganda and the thesis of German militarism: Friedrich von Bernhardi’s Germany and the Next War reconsidered

Discussant: Ismee Tames, University of Amsterdam



Vanda Wilcox, The Queen’s College, Oxford: Discipline in the Italian army during WWI

Discussant: Dr. Anne Duménil, Université de Picardie



Prof. Dennis Showalter, Colorado College: Mastering the Western Front: German, British and French approaches

Discussant: Heather Jones, Trinity College, Dublin



Moni Riez, University of Calgary: The food crisis in Budapest during the Great War

Discussant: Prof. Jay Winter, Yale University



5.45 pm. Keynote Speech



Professor Len Smith, Oberlin College “Imagining Survival: Death, Mutilation, and Killing in French Combatants' Testimonies of the Great War”

Chair: Prof. Hew Strachan, All Souls College, Oxford



Tuesday 24 June 2003



9 am: Second Session


Chair: Dr. Matthew Stibbe, Sheffield Hallam University



Gearoid Barry, Trinity College, Dublin: Marc Sangnier’s war, 1914-1919. portrait of a soldier, catholic and social activist

Discussant: Prof. Robert Gildea, Merton College, Oxford



Heather Jones, Trinity College, Dublin: Encountering the ‘enemy’ : prisoner of war transport and the development of war culture in 1914

Discussant: Dr. Gary Sheffield, JSCSC / King’s College, London



Patrick Porter, Magdalen College, Oxford: 'New Jerusalems’. English and German Military chaplains and the ideal of redemptive sacrifice'

Discussant: Dr. Jeff Verhey, Berlin



10.30: Coffee

10.45: Third Session

Chair: Pierre Purseigle, Maison Française, University of Oxford


Dr. Jennifer D. Keene, University of Redlands: ‘The war within the war’: protest and disability among African-American veterans of the First World War

Discussant: Dr. Niall Barr, JSCSC / King’s College, London



Dr. Keith Grieves, Kingston University: Huts, demobilisation and the quest for an associational life in rural communities in England after the Great War

Discussant: Gail Braybon, University of Brighton



Nicolas Ginsburger, ENS / Université de Paris X: Un géographe américain entre science et diplomatie: la mission de Douglas W. Johnson en Europe (mai-nov. 1918)

Discussant: Dr. Mike Neiberg, U.S.A.F. Academy



2pm: Fourth Session

Chair: Jessica Meyer, Pembroke College, Cambridge



Elizabeth Fordham, EHESS: The Great War and modern scholarship: academic responses to war in Paris and London

Discussant: Clarisse Berthezène, Maison Française, University of Oxford



Paul Mulvey, LSE: The wartime career of Josiah Wedgwood, the English Radical politician

Discussant: Dr. Martin Farr, University of Newcastle



Catriona Pennell, LSE/ Trinity College, Dublin: English public opinion and the outbreak of WWI: the myth of war enthusiasm

Discussant: Dr. Adrian Gregory, Pembroke College, Oxford



3.30pm: Coffee



3.45pm: Fifth Session

Chair: Dr Stefan Goebel, Churchill College, Cambridge



Dr. Nicolas Beaupré, Université de Paris X: La question de l’émergence d’un nouveau type de ‘littérature combattante’ pendant la Grande Guerre au miroir d’une étude comparée (France, Allemagne)

Discussant: Prof. Len Smith, Oberlin College



Elise Julien, Université de Paris I / Freie Universität, Berlin: Paris, Berlin: la mémoire de la Première Guerre mondiale (1914-1933)

Discussant: Veronika Burget, The Queen’s College, Oxford



Leen Engelen, Catholic University of Leuven: Cinematographic representation of the enemy in Belgian fiction films 1918-1939

Discussant: Dr. Martin Conway, Balliol College, Oxford



International Society for First World War Studies

Société Internationale d'étude de la Grande Guerre

Lieux

  • Oxford, Grande-Bretagne

Dates

  • lundi 23 juin 2003

Mots-clés

  • Grande Guerre, 1914-1918, Première Guerre mondiale, histoire comparée, histoire culturelle

Contacts

  • Pierre Purseigle
    courriel : pierre [dot] purseigle [at] tcd [dot] ie

URLS de référence

Source de l'information

  • Pierre Purseigle
    courriel : pierre [dot] purseigle [at] tcd [dot] ie

Pour citer cette annonce

« First World War », Colloque, Calenda, Publié le lundi 09 juin 2003, http://calenda.org/188151