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Schedule - Please submit all name and title corrections and identify conflicts regarding scheduling and panels to WW1@usma.edu. Panels are subject to change; panelists are advised to check this conference site periodically for updates.
9/11/2014 8:00 AM Welcome and Registration  
9/11/2014 1:30 PM Cadet Panel 1  
9/11/2014 3:30 PM Cadet Panel 2  
9/12/2014 8:00 AM Revising the Spirit of the Age after the Great War  
Chair: MAJ Melissa Parrish
“Recovering the Great War for World War II”
                Vincent Casaregola, Saint Louis University
“Conspicuous...
9/12/2014 8:00 AM The Politics of Race and WWI 
Chair: MAJ Andy Forney
“Transversing the Racial No Man's Land of Victor Daly's Not Only War”
 Marc Farrior, University of Arizona
“’Fritz Is Behaving Queerly’: Ethnic Conflict in Willa Cather’s One of Ours”
 Dorette...
9/12/2014 8:00 AM Writing to Understand WWI 
Chair: MAJ Erin Hadlock
“Whose Memory Is It?: The First World War and the First Year Writing Classrroom”
 Kimberly Racon, Lehigh University
“Digital Visions of the Great War”
 Kimberly Himmer, United States...
9/12/2014 10:00 AM German Responses to WWI 
Chair: LTC Franz Rademacher
“Bandaged Evidence: Trauma and Misdirection in Ernst Jünger’s Storm of Steel”
  Christiana Salah, University of Connecticut
“Religion at Home and at the Front: the Experiences of German...
9/12/2014 10:00 AM Trauma and WWI 
Chair:  MAJ John Heist
“Trauma of a Man Rejected for Military Service: The First World War and Aldous Huxley”
 Hisashi Ozawa, King’s College
“A Narrative of No Man’s Land: Trauma, Memory and History in Barker’s...
9/12/2014 10:00 AM The Global Contexts of WWI 
Chair: Dr. Joshua Enslen
“Brazilian Military Debate over Participation in World War I and its
Implications”
 Julio Zary, Brazilian Army’s Command and Staff School
“North African Soldiers in the French Colonial...
9/12/2014 1:30 PM Hemingway’s War  
Chair: MAJ Kevin Schieman
“The Voice of the Veteran in The Sun Also Rises and Communicable
 Experience in Post-War Fiction”
 Mr. Gerald, SUNY Binghamton
“Hemingway’s Acts of Omission in Chapter I or Our...
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