Thursday, January 17 to Saturday, January 19, 2019
Join world-renowned historians to explore different aspects of the First World War and its many legacies: the return of Indigenous veterans, the conflict’s impact on French Canada, the contributions of nurses, the challenges of forging peace from the ashes of war, and much more. Scholars and history buffs won’t want to miss this bilingual academic conference, organized by the Canadian War Museum in conjunction with the exhibition Victory 1918 – The Last 100 Days and in commemoration of the centenary of the end of the conflict.
Speakers include international and Canadian experts like Michael Neiberg, Catriona Pennell, J. L. Granatstein, David Bercuson, Tim Cook, and Margaret MacMillan, author of Paris 1919.
Note: Proof of eligibility for the discounted rate may be requested.
|Category||Full Conference1||Friday Only2||Saturday Only3|
(65 and +)
1 Full conference registration includes two days of conference sessions (Saturday and Sunday); a ticket to the Margaret MacMillan lecture (Thursday); refreshment breaks, lunch and dinner (Friday); and refreshment breaks and lunch (Saturday).
2 Friday registration includes one full day of the conference, refreshment breaks, lunch and dinner.
3 Saturday registration includes one full day of the conference, refreshment breaks and lunch.
Conference Speakers (by day)
|Thursday, January 17||Friday, January 18||Saturday, January 19|
|Margaret MacMillan||Introductory remarks from Tim Cook and J. L. Granatstein||Introductory remarks from Tim Cook and J. L. Granatstein|
|Kristine Alexander||Alan Bowker|
|David Bercuson||Doug Delaney|
|Kandace Bogaert||Serge Durflinger|
|Laura Brandon||Norman Hillmer|
|Jennifer Evans||Mark Humphries|
|Brian MacDougall||Jeff Keshen|
|Mélanie Morin-Pelletier||Catriona Pennell|
|Michael Neiberg||Roger Sarty|
|Dean Oliver||Jonathan Vance|
Note: Conference speakers and schedule are subject to change without notice.