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On November 11, 1918, the armistice that would end World War I officially came into effect. One hundred years later, it is important to reflect on a war that irrevocably altered the world as it was, and left in its wake a legacy that still impacts us today.
Supported by the Richard Lounsbery Foundation, this program will highlight the new historical research of Carnegie Council’s First World War Fellows. Speakers will include:
The Living Legacy of the First World War program. The speakers are as follows:
- Katherine Akey – "Collective Memory and the Hidden Photographic Narratives of World War I"
- Christopher Capozzola - "Merchants of Death? The Politics of Defense Contracting, Then and Now"
- Tanisha Fazal – "The Politics and Medicine of Treating Post-Traumatic Stress (PTS) Since World War I"
- Seiko Mimaki – "World War I as a Key Moment in the History of Humanitarianism: Jane Addams and Her Cosmopolitan Ethics"
- Charles Sorrie - "The Legacy of America Press Censorship during the First World War."
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