The full programme can be found here (pdf).
Below are some of the participants.
Jan Bosteels, Belgium, The Lotus Flower and the Palm Tree: the Parallel Lives and Work of Baron Antoine Dubois and Baron Dominique Larrey. Sat 14th.
Alexander Grab, USA, State and Society in Napoleonic Italy.
Terry Crowdy, UK, Fashion of Women Camp Followers in Napoleon’s Army
Cormac O’Brien, Ireland, Napoleon, the Pope and the Canova Casts Weekend
Kevin Rodriguez, USA, Between Three Eagles: A Personal Perspective on the Influence of the Napoleonic Legacy on Mexico and the United States of America
Jerome Beaucour, France, TBD
Ferdi Wöber, Austria, The Altenburg Peace Conference from August 18 to September 26, 1809: A Report Day by Day
Xavier Riaud, France, Napoleon Was Just A Man: His Diseases Note presentation options
Mike DeFeudis, USA, TBD
William Chew, Belgium, Middle-Class Romanticism and American Expentionalism: Washington Irving in France, 1804-1805
Peter Hicks, France, New Research on Witnesses of Napoleon at St Helena
Rafe Blaufarb, USA, Nationalized Properties and the Politics of State Finance During the First Year of the Revolution
Alasdair White, Belgium, Why St Helena, Why Not the Yardarm?
Luke Dalla Bona, Ecuador, St Helena Items in the Collection of the Muséo Napoleonico in Havana, Cuba
David Markham, Canada, St Helena, Death and Legend Items in the David Markham Collection
Margaret Rodenberg, USA, TBD
Alexander Mikaberidze, USA, TBD
Glenda Pérez, Spain, Engravings of the Muséo Napoleonico in Havana, Cuba
Derek Byrne, Ireland, TBD
Jonas De Neff, Belgium, TBD
Matej Čapo, Slovakia, Napoleonic Wars in the Historical Memory of Bratislava
Allon Klebanoff, Israel, TBD
Wayne Hanley, USA, Napoleon’s Expressed Opinions on His Marshals While on St Helena
Marian Hochel, Czech Republic, Empire Style between Art and Propaganda? Reflections on the Napoleon’s Imperial Representation on the 200th Anniversary of His Death
Michael Wenzel, Austria, After Aspern/Essling and Wagram: The 40 Military Hospitals in Vienna under French Occupation in 1809
Betje Klier, USA, Hippolyte Bellangé’s Quintessential and Enduring Role in Illustrating the Napoleonic Myth: Two Deification Images
Jeanne Ruderman, USA, In His Own Words: Napoleon’s Thoughts on St Helena