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History honors society to host panel discussion on World War I

Nov 5, 2018

On Nov. 13, several members of the Flagler College faculty will discuss the impact of World War I. The discussion and panel, titled “100 Years After the Armistice: Evaluating the Transnational Legacy of the First World War” is part of the Flagler College chapter of Phi Alpha Theta’s outreach programming.

“We wanted to host an event highlighting the anniversary of the end of World War I and give a multi-disciplinary perspective on its legacy,” said Samantha Mason, student planner for the event.

The panel discussion may be one of several upcoming events as the history honors society seeks to expand their outreach. The panel will feature Flagler faculty from both the history and political sciences departments. Topics include the historical memory of World War I and the impact of the Armistice on present-day politics and international relations.

Panel participants include the following faculty members: Wayne Riggs, Ph.D, Rachel Cremona, Ph.D. and Helmut Flackenecker, Ph.D.

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