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Draft conference programme announced!

The First World War Network is delighted to announce that, following an incredibly competitive and difficult selection process, the organising committee behind ‘The First World War: Past, Present, and Future’ are able to publish the first details of the speakers and panels that will provide the platform for discussions at our upcoming conference. 172 more words

Get Summarized Information of an Event by Hiring Keynote Speakers in Melbourne

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Get Maximum Listeners for Your Event by Hiring Proficient Keynote Speakers in Melbourne

The host or master of any ceremony is a creative and experienced professional who are very good speaker or can also be called as announcer. He or she is official host of a ceremony, staged event or similar performance. 280 more words


Keynote Speaker Announcement: Geena Davis

“Because I was fortunate enough to be cast in movies like Thelma & Louise and A League of Their Own, I developed a heightened awareness of how women are portrayed in media,” Academy-award winning actress Geena Davis said. 467 more words

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Motherhood, Loss and the First World War, 5-6 September 2018

The First World War Network is delighted to be able to share the details of this upcoming conference, hosted by Big Ideas, the London Centre for Public History, and the Institute for Historical Research. 122 more words

Announcing featured speakers for 2018

We are thrilled to announce that Edie Meidav and Andrea Hairston have accepted our invitations to speak at this year’s WriteAngles conference.

We hope to publish our full program soon, and to include information about literary agents who will be available for individual meetings. 36 more words

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