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*REVISED SCHEDULE* – The 25th Military History Colloquium, 9-10 May 2014


The Laurier Centre for Military Strategic and Disarmament Studies and Wilfrid Laurier University are pleased to host this year’s Military History Colloquium. The colloquium will be take place 9-10 May.

This year’s colloquium will feature a number of special plenary sessions and keynotes from speakers including Terry Copp and Mark Humphries. There will be the usual Friday night banquet, which is included in the conference registration fee. Tim Cook will be the keynote for the banquet, and afterwards we will hold a book signing for Tim’s latest book, “Warlords: Borden, Mackenzie King and Canada’s World Wars.” Copies will be available for purchase for a special rate of $20.

Dinner tickets for additional guests can be purchased below.

Please register for the conference here or through the links below. Early-bird registration closes 2 May 2014. Conference registration closes 8 May 2014.

Additional Conference Details

As with previous years, all announcements and discussion can be followed on Twitter, this time using the hashtag #MHC2014. LCMSDS and our staff will be live-tweeting from panels and plenaries – feel free to join in on the conversation and follow along!

Visit the following links to access the preliminary conference schedule, registration, directions, and accommodation information:


Conference Program  (revised 6 May 2014)

Conference Registration and Payment


Getting to Waterloo

Directions to the Conference and Parking (with maps)

More More Details:

If you have questions regarding the colloquium or schedule, please contact Mike Bechthold at [email protected] or 519.884.0710 x4594

For questions regarding registration or payment, please contact Caitlin McWilliams at [email protected] or 519.884.0710 x2080

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Posted by:

Kellen Kurschinski


  1. Patrick Shipton -  April 28, 2014 - 12:44 pm 19959

    Will there be transcripts or video’s of any of these sessions?
    I am in France for most of the month of May.
    I am particularly interested in the sessions on WWI.
    Thank you,

    Patrick Shipton

  2. Kellen Kurschinski -  April 30, 2014 - 11:22 am 20123

    Hi Patrick,

    There is a possibility that some sessions will be recorded with the permission of the presenter(s), but we have no concrete plans at this time.


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