• Professor Annette Becker, Université de Lille III: “Committing to Memory: Remembering and Representing”
  • Dr Leslie Davis, Dublin City University: “Re-writing the rules: L-F Céline’s Great War metaphor”
  • Dr David Drake (Middlesex University): “Jean-Paul Sartre and Indo-China 1945-1954”
  • Melanie Garrett, University of Glasgow: “Remembering Gabriel Peri: religious cult as communist propaganda”
  • Dr Robert Gildea, Merton College, Oxford: “The Resistance Myth and Other Voices”
  • Claire Gorrara, University of Wales, Cardiff: “Meurtres pour mémoire: Remembering the Occupation in the detective fiction of Didier Daeninckx”
  • Professor Susan Greenfield, Lincoln College, Oxford; Gresham Professor of Physic: “Committing to Memory: the Human Brain”
  • Martin Hurcombe, Bristol University: “Representation of the Absurd: Legacy of the French combat novel of World War I”
  • Dr Angela Kimyongür, Hull University: “Louis Aragon. The representation of war: ideology and memory”
  • Dr Elise Noetinger (University of Cambridge): L’Ecriture ou la vie: the price of silence”
  • Michael Peel (Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture): “Variations in Testimony: the stories of asylum-seekers”
  • Anny Dayan Rosenman, Université Paris VII: “Deuil, identité, écriture. Les traces de la Shoah dans la mémoire juive en France”
  • Marion Schmid, Edinburgh University: “‘Antimémoires’: the making of the war chapter in Proust’s A la recherche du temps perdu
  • Jill Sturdee, Open University, Centre for Modern Languages: “Caen Children and the Final Solution: public and private memory”
  • Dr Nicole Thatcher (Middlesex University): “Mémoire et écriture: l’exemple de Charlotte Delbo”.
  • Carine Trevisan, Université Paris VII: “The Bleeding Icon: sites of memory and mourning in the work of Claude Simon”
  • Dr Sarah Wilson, Courtauld Institute of Art: “Souviens-toi! War, cold war, aftermath: art across three generations, France and Germany 1945-95”