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  • Publication: WW1 in the Middle East, International Journal of Middle East Studies

    Special issue of the journal includes articles on the League of Nations Minority Protection Regime, oral histories from the siege of Medina, memory and food in Syria and Lebanon, the politics of food and Beiruit and atrocity propaganda

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  • Conference: World War 1 and the Jews

    Conference: World War I and the Jews. An international roster of scholars will discuss the state of scholarship and introduce cutting-edge research on Jews in World War I, examining the war’s importance as a cataclysmic event in Jewish and world history. New York, Nov 9-10 2014.

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  • CFP: Remembrance and Representation: Canada, Australia, and New Zealand in World War I

    Remembrance and Representation: Canada, Australia, and New Zealand in World War I: A workshop hosted by the Association for Canadian Studies in Australia and New Zealand (ACSANZ) with support of the Canadian High Commission and Australian National University.

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  • Play: The Flowers of the Forest

    23rd September to 18th October 2014 Jermyn Street Theatre presents, FLOWERS OF THE FOREST by John Van Druten

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  • Narrating the First World War – Experiences and Reports from Transregional Perspectives

    The Max Weber Stiftung and the Forum Transregionale Studien would like to kindly invite you to the WeberWorldCafé “Narrating the First World War – Experiences and Reports from Transregional Perspectives”, an exclusive event with international experts hosted at and in cooperation with the Deutsches Historisches Museum (DHM) in Berlin on September 16, 2014.

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  • Conference: War in Legend and Tradition

    A two-day conference on ‘War in Legend and Tradition’ will be held on Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th September 2014 as the ninth Legendary Weekend of the Folklore Society, at Fort Amherst in Chatham, Kent

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  • Conference: The Academic World in the Era of the Great War, Dublin, 14-16 August 2014

    A conference organised by Dr. Tomás Irish (TCD) and Dr. Marie-Eve Chagnon (Université de Montréal) with the support of the Centre for War Studies, the Trinity Long Room Hub, the TCD Department of History, and the Cultures, Academic Values and Education Research Centre (CAVE), and the Canadian Social Sciences and Humanities Reseach Council (SSHRC).

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  • Publication Announcement: The First World War diaries of Emma Duffin, Belfast Voluntary Aid Detachment nurse

    The First World War diaries of Emma Duffin, Belfast Voluntary Aid Detachment nurse; Trevor Parkhill, editor; Four Courts Press

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  • Oxford University Press WW1 Online Hub

    Oxford University Press commemorates WWI with their exclusive online hub. Take a look back at the momentous event that forever changed the course of world history with content and resources from Oxford’s expert authors. Browse reading lists on military strategy, battles, military leaders, and more. From the war’s very beginnings to post-war reflections, access free articles, videos, and image collections honoring the legacy of those who fought.

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  • Call for Articles - Literary Journalism and World War 1

    Call for articles for a volume on ‘Literary Journalism and World War 1’, edited by Andrew Griffiths, Sara Prieto, and Soenke Zehle.

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  • UCL Public Lecture Series on WW1 now available on youtube

    UCL’s recent short series of lectures marking the WW1 Centenary are now available to watch on YouTube.

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  • CFP: 'Culture, Theology and World War 1'

    We invite presentation proposals for an interdisciplinary conference on ‘Culture, Theology and World War I’, which will be hosted by The Oxford Research Centre for the Humanities (TORCH) on Friday 19 September 2014.

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  • Conference: The Academic World in the Era of the Great War

    ‘The Academic World in the Era of the Great War’ is a major international conference taking place at Trinity College Dublin between 14 and 16 August, co-organised by Dr. Tomas Irish (TCD) and Dr. Marie-Eve Chagnon (Université de Montréal).

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  • Final Programme for International Workshop: Small Nations and Colonial Peripheries in World War I: Europe and the Wider World

    NUI Galway is pleased to announce an international history workshop entitled ‘Small Nations and Colonial Peripheries in World War I: Europe and the Wider World’ which will take place at the Hardiman Library in NUI Galway on Friday 13 and Saturday 14 June next.

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  • Extended CFP: The Great War, a Hundred Years On: Origins, Lessons and Legacies of the First World War

    The Great War, a Hundred Years On: Origins, Lessons and Legacies of the First World War; 6-8 November 2014, Georgia Gwinnett College, Lawrenceville, Georgia; Extended deadline for Proposals: 16 June 2014

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  • Musique, poésie et littérature de l’époque de la Grande Guerre

    Dans le cadre du 9ème festival Besançon/Montfaucon qui aura lieu du 30 mai au 8 juin 2014, l’association Musiques en Perspectives rend hommage aux musiciens et poètes de la Grande Guerre.

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  • Conference: Le journalisme littéraire et la Première guerre mondiale / Literary Journalism and World War I

    Le journalisme littéraire et la Première guerre mondiale – Literary Journalism and World War I; Samedi, 7 juin / June 2014; Université de Lorraine

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  • Two upcoming conferences on language(s) and the First World War

    Two upcoming conferences on language(s) and the First World War

    During the month of June 2014 two conference will take place on linguistic aspects of the First World War.

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    The first, organised by Odile Roynette, Jacques Petit, Gilles Siouffi, Stéphanie Smadja and Agnès Steuckardt, will be in Paris on 12 and 13 June 2014.
    You can find detailed information on the programme...

  • Lives of the First World War

    The Imperial War Museum is gathering stories and information about people involved in the FWW to build a crowdsourced database that will stand as a digital memorial to 1914-18.

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  • UCL Public Lecture Series

    During June 2014, UCL’s free, public, Lunch Hour Lectures are going ‘on tour’ to the offices of The Guardian newspaper with a short series marking the centenary of the start of the First World War.

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