• PD Dr. Daniel Marc Segesser (University of Bern) : «From Bregenz via Turkestan to Solothurn: Military Migration in the First World War in transnational Perspective»
  • Prof. Dr. Christian Koller (University of Zurich, Sozialarchiv) : «Intercontinental War Migration of French and British Colonial Troops»
  • Dr. Francesca Piana (Swiss National Science Foundation) : An Endless War: Gendering International Relief, 1914-1923
  • Joanna Simonow (ETH Zurich) : «Missionary Networks and the Global Response to Famine in India in the Wake of the First World War, c.1918-1925»
  • Dr. Daniel Palmieri (Red Cross Archive Geneva) : «Humanitarianism in Global War: The International Committee of the Red Cross in WWI»
  • Dr. Peter Fleer (Swiss Federal Archives Berne) : «Archives and Issues of the First World War – Doing Research in the Swiss Federal Archives»
  • Dr. Michael Olsansky (MILAK, ETH) : «Between Military Diplomacy and Transnational Military Exchange: Swiss Officers in the Theatres of War of the First World War»
  • Nina Flurina Caprez (University of Fribourg) : «When peace was difficult. The history of a monastery tells about World War I and its aftermath»
  • Arno Barth (Duisburg-Essen University) : «Nothing should be left to chance – Regulatory Models of Western Peace Planning»
  • Sebastian Willert (TU Berlin) : «Cultural Imperialism Versus Protectionism? Role of Antiquities as a Matter of Conflict Within the German and Ottoman Art Policy During the First World War»
  • Christoph Valentin (University of Münster) : «Between humanitarianism and own political interests. The politics of the Holy See during the First World War»
  • Stefan Kurz (HGM, University of Vienna) : «A common museum for a common army beyond the nation? The ‘k.u.k. Heeresmuseum’ in Vienna and its claim to represent a supranational Austro-Hungarian view on the First World War»
  • Dr. Jonathan Krause (King’s College London; University of Oxford) : «The Global Anticolonial Backlash, 1916-17»
  • Prof. Dr. Georgi Verbeeck (University of Maastricht and University of Leuven) : «Remembering the First World War in Belgium : From National to Global Perspectives»
  • Dr. Christian Stachelbeck (Zentrum für Militärgeschichte und Sozialwissenschaften der Bundeswehr) : «Shadowman or Bureaucrat in uniform. Walter Nicolai  and the German military intelligence service in WW1»
  • Annalise Higgins (Trinity College, Cambridge) : «The international status of interoceanic canals after the First World»
  • Steve Marti (Independent Scholar, Ontario, Canada) «Dominion Over Empire: Race and Recruitment in Britain’s Settler Colonies»
  • Matthew Kovac (University of Oxford) : «Traitors to the Crown: British Military Veterans in the IRA, 1918-1923»
  • Dr. Matt Haultain-Gall (University of Sydney and Leuven) : «Lions and Kangaroos: Mobilising the Anzac legend in the Ypres salient»
  • Sam Klein (University St. Andrews) : «Coalition Politics and the Preparations for the Coup de Grâce»
  • Karla Vanraepenbusch (Université catholique de Louvain) : «Le Mémorial interallié, un ‘mémorial de la paix’ qui exprime cependant un refus de démobiliser les esprits»
  • Remzi Cagatay Cakirlar (Leiden University) : «Édouard Herriot, a vanguard French Radical endorsing the Young Turks’ cause at the Dawn of the Great War»
  • Dr. Aimé Raoul Sumo Tayo (Université de Yaoundé I – Cameroun) : «Finir un conflit: les modalitiés de sortie de guerre en Afrique pendant la Première Guerre Mondiale»
  • Anna Isaieva (Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Kiev) : «Visual representation of colonial troops in British and French commemoration projects of the Centennial of the Great War»
  • Samuel Krug (FU Berlin) : «A global network for a global revolution? Transnational connections of German WWI propaganda»
  • Sarah Laufs (Heinrich-Heine-University Dusseldorf) : «Rethinking the Time-Frames of the Great War – Ruptures, Continuities and German Wartime Experiences»
  • Lukasz Mieszkowski (Imre Kertesz Kolleg Jena) : «A Foreign Lady: The Polish Episode in the influenza pandemic of 1918»
  • Dr. Shuang Wen (National University of Singapur) : «From Moral to Morale: The YMCA and Chinese-Arab Labourers in WWI»
  • Maik Schmerbauch (University of Frankfurt) : «The catholic church and the german revolution 1918-1919 in the view of the catholic press»
  • Simona Berhe (University of Milan) : «From Colonial War to World War: Libya during the First World War»
  • Maria Ines Tato (CONICET – University of Buenos Aires – Ravignani Institute / Superior School of War – Faculty of the Army – University of National Defense) : «Transnational solidarities: Immigrant communities in Argentina facing the Great War»
  • Dr. Jan Pajor (University of Lodz) : «The United States and China’s entry into World War I»
  • Dr. William Thomas Allison (Georgia Southern University, USA): «With Arms or Food? A Local View on the American Decision to Intervene in North Russia, 1918»
  • Carl-Leo Graf von Hohenthal (University of Freiburg, Germany) : «Ireland in Palestine? Jews, Arabs, Britons and new perspectives on the fight for the future of Mandate Palestine»
  • Dr. Takuma Melber (University of Heidelberg) : «Alle Menschen werden Brüder – German soldiers in Japanese war captivity and the First World War in Far East»
  • Dr. Michael Auwers (University of Antwerp) : «Away with Neutrality. The ‘Colonial’ Coup of Belgian Diplomacy during the First World War»
  • Dr. Yaron Jean (Sapir College, Negev, Israel) : «The Sounds of the Invisible: Warfare Technology, Obliteration and Global Wars»
  • Elisabeth Marie Piller (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) : «The Great War and the Power of Neutrality: The Commission for Relief in Belgium and the Global Public ‘Conscience’»
  • Dr. Martin Arndt (Zagreb) : «Jews between the Frontlines»
  • Aliaksandr Piahanau (Université of Toulouse) : «A Separate Peace with Hungary? The Magyar Peace Feelers at the Beginning of WW1 (1914—15)”
  • Martin Deuerlein (University of Tübingen) : «Global War, International Relations and the Question of Order in an Interdependent World»
  • Alvine Henriette Assembe Ndi (Université de Yaoundé I – Cameroun) : «Chronique d’une coopération sous fond de rivalités : la France et la Grande-Bretagne au Kamerun pendant la grande guerre (1914-1919)»
  • Radhika Singha (Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi) : «Terminating the war, conserving its trace: India 1918-21»

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