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War and Representation Network (WAR-Net) Inaugural Meeting: University of St Andrews, 13 March 2010 Programme 9.30-10.00 Registration, Stephen Boyd Room, Kennedy Hall 10.00-11.00 Welcome, Lawson Room, Kennedy Hall Dr Petra-Utta Rau, University of Portsmouth Fascism for the Postmodern Age: From Nazi Chic to Nazi Noir 11.00-11.30 Coffee, Stephen Boyd Room 11.30-1.00 Session 2, Lawson Room Dr Anne Whitehead, University of Newcastle Trauma and the Child Soldier Professor Sue Vice, University of Sheffield The Imitation of Trauma: False Memoir Syndrome 1.00-2.15 Lunch, Stephen Boyd Room 2.15-3.45 Session 3, Lawson Room Dr Will Kaufman, University of Central Lancashire "Irrepressible Conflict": The Divided Print Culture of the American Civil War Dr David Goldie, University of Strathclyde Scotland for Ever?: The Scottish Soldier in the First World War 3.45-4.15 Tea, Stephen Boyd Room 4.15-5.00 Round Table, Lawson Room War and Representation – Plans and Possibilities David Goldie, Will Kaufman, Kate McLoughlin, Gill Plain, Petra-Utta Rau, Sue Vice and Anne Whitehead will lead a discussion of our aims and potential. 5.00 Drinks, Stephen Boyd Room Dinner will be an option for those who can stay in St Andrews. Please indicate on the form whether you would like to come. WAR-Net Meeting: University of St Andrews, School of English 13 March 2010 Registration Form Name: ___________________________________________________________ Affiliation: _______________________________________________________ Address: _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ e-mail: ___________________________________________________________ The Registration fee includes lunch, tea, coffee and a small reception to celebrate WAR- Net's first meeting. Please tick as appropriate. Cheques should be made payable to: University of St Andrews. Waged (booking before 8 March 2010): £40.00 ________ On the day: £50.00 ________ Unwaged/ Postgraduate (before 8 March): £15.00 ________ On the day: £20.00 ________ There will be dinner at a restaurant in St Andrews for those able to stay. Please indicate below whether you would like to come so that we can estimate numbers for the restaurant. The cost of this meal is not included in the registration fee. I will/ will not want dinner on 13 March St Andrews can be reached by bus or train. Train travellers should ask for Leuchars, where there should be a connecting bus service into St Andrews. Alternatively take a taxi from the station, which will cost around £10.00. By bus, take the Stagecoach X58/X60 service from Edinburgh or the X24/X26/X27 from Glasgow direct to St Andrews Bus Station. The conference will be held in the Lawson Room, Kennedy Hall, which is part of the School of English. The building is on The Scores, opposite St Andrews Castle, and is about a ten minute walk from the bus station. A list of B&B accommodation in St Andrews will be circulated in January. If you want to stay in town, please book early to avoid losing out to the golfing trade. Please return this form to: Professor Gill Plain, WaR-Net Conference, School of English, University of St Andrews, Castle House, The Scores, St Andrews KY16 9AR. Pierre Purseigle <email@example.com> ----- For subscription help, go to: http://www.h-net.org/lists/help/ To change your subscription settings, go to http://h-net.msu.edu/cgi-bin/wa?SUBED1=h-war -----