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Gendering Remembrance: The Home Front in Contemporary Media and Community Engagement with the First World War

Here is the abstract for Professor Maggie Andrews’ keynote address, which will close the conference on 27 February 2016:

First World War Remembrance was perhaps once, for many, associated with war memorials, battlefields and poppies. 218 more words


Remembering the Great War: A Trans-National Approach

Here is the abstract for Professor Jay Winter’s keynote address, which will open the conference on 27 February 2016:

We live in a world where historians born in one country have been able to migrate to follow their historical studies and either to stay in their adopted homes or to migrate again, when necessary, to obtain a university post. 183 more words


Benefits of using a Speaker Bureau Agency

In a highly competitive environment, companies are pressured to have a strong focus on targets. This pressure is then translated to their employees who are often under a great deal of strain to achieve these targets. 484 more words


MESH Confab May, 2015 [Best of Ghanaian creativity under one roof] A must attend...

MESH Confab is our flagship event with an objective to assemble the very best of Ghanaian creativity under one roof for purposes of meeting, exploring and sharing in real life. 486 more words


My job advice to my nephews and nieces for 2025

I spent a few days over the Christmas break down at my parents house near the beach on the Mornington Peninsula and hung out with my brothers, sisters in law, and my nephews and nieces. 859 more words


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An Event Designed For Keynote Training & Development, Learning and Performance of Experts

Now days in the business world, employees are so distant from each other and often disengage from the work they do, that they cannot find any motivation to work as a team and turn out good result. 319 more words

The First World War: Commemoration and Memory. Call for Papers

The First World War: Commemoration & Memory
One Day Symposium

27 February 2016
Imperial War Museum, North

Keynote Speakers:
Professor Jay Winter (Yale University)
Professor Maggie Andrews (University of Worcester) 345 more words