- Furies, spies and fallen women: Gender in the German public discourse about Belgium, 1914-1918.
Sebastian Bischoff, Humboldt University, Berlin.
- Emerging from a forgotten past: Belgian refugees in Britain during the First World War.
Christophe Declercq, University College London / University of Antwerp.
- A Cambro-Belgian in the Great War: Frank Brangwyn as Artist and Activist.
Hugh Dunthorne, Department of History and Classics, Swansea University.
- Contact Zones beyond the "Iron Curtain"? Belgo-Dutch-German Border crossings 1914-1918.
- 'Those, whom we used to call our beloved Flemish friends, are becoming our German enemies': The confrontation between Dutch intellectuals, the Flemish activism and the German Flamenpolitik during the First World War.
- Bilateral Societies in the Netherlands, 1916-1921.
Mathijs Sanders, Radboud University Nijmegen (the Netherlands)
- Witnessing the German Occupation of Belgium: Roberto J. Payró's War Chronicles.
María Inés Tato, Dr Emilio Ravignani Institute of Argentine and American History, University of Buenos Aires.
- De 'Keizer-quaestie'. The 'Kaiser Issue'. The Former German Emperor in the Netherlands. November 1918 - March 1920.
Rolf ter Sluis.
- The Low Countries as Enemies, 1918-1920.
Hubert P. van Tuyll, Georgia Regents University.
- Post-war plans for Belgium? German academics dealing with the First World War and its Aftermath.
Geneviève Warland, Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium.
- The Flames of Louvain: A Tale of Total War and Destruction of European High Culture in Belgium by German Occupying Forces in August 1914.
John P. Williams,University of Texas at Dallas.
- The Guard on the IJzer: The Memory of the Belgian Front.
Karen Shelby, Baruch College, City University of New York