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SUBJECTS OF TALKS PROPOSED TO BE PRESENTED SO FAR

Would you be interested in doing a short presentation (15 minutes)? Let us know and we'll add it. (As the date gets closer, we'll be in touch to coordinate talks. It's possible not all can be accommodated though there'll certainly be time and opportunity to 'spread the word' informally during the gathering.)

* = already registered.

ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY SPEAKER:
• Thomas Bagshawe: An Unsung, Forgotten Hero.
Bob Burton*

• The Nordenskjöld Collection at the Gothenburg University Library.
Magnus Forsberg* and Anders Larsson*

• "Shackleton's Ghostwriter", juxtaposing the standards of authorship for popular press/literature and scientific/medical journalism.
Art Gertel*

• Balloons, Zeppelins and Dirigibles from Svalbard to the North Pole; Roald Amundsen, his Success and his Death. (Not Antarctic but it is Amundsen.)
Marty Greene

• The Wilson in Cheltenham. The collection and some recent additions.
Ann-Rachael Harwood*

• "Ice Eagles: An Account of American Aviation in Antarctica." Description of this soon-to-be-released film including the showing of a trailer.
Tom Henderson*

Book Talk: When Your Life Depends on It; Extreme decision making lessons from the Antarctic
David Hirzel & Brad Borkan*

• Byrd Polar Research Center Archival Program at The Ohio State University
Laura Kissel*

• Presenting a showing of the recently preserved film "Byrd 1933."
Laura Kissel*

• The C. A. Larsen Collection at the Fram Museum.
Geir Kløver*

• Norway in the Antarctic. Keynote talk, Saturday afternoon following lunch.
Geir Kløver*

• Women's Writing from Antarctica.
Gretchen Legler*

• A Few Words on Antarctic Climate Change.
Prof. James McCarthy*

Book Talk "Publishing" a polar story from the past in new media.
Peggy Nelson*

• Alcohol in Antarctica.
Mick Parker*

• The Emperor Penguin as discovered, known, and experienced during the classical and heroic eras of Antarctic exploration.
Michael Rosove*

Book Talk: Simple Arithmetic Proof that Captain Scott Party did not perish in 1912 due to starvation.
Krzysztof Sienicki

Book Talk: The Adelie Mail and Cape Adare Times, the Northern Party's newspaper, one issue, one copy. An update.
Rob Stephenson*

Book Talk: An update on the census of copies of the Aurora Australis.
Rob Stephenson
*

• Herbert Ponting: photographing Spitsbergen, 1918 and 1919.
Anne Strathie*

• Some possibilities include a comparison of Amundsen's with Scott's Last Journey. Scott's last orders. What went wrong? The Search Party, Atkinson, etc. Teddy Evans' scurvy and his absence from expedition. The aftermath.
Mike Tarver*

• Martin Rønne.
Karen Ronne Tupek* and Jahn Rønne*

• Finn and Jackie Ronne.
Karen Ronne Tupek*

• Finn Ronne growing up in Horten.
Karen Ronne Tupek*

• "William Speirs Bruce. The Forgotten Polar Hero" His major achievements.
Isobel Williams*

• The UK Antarctic Heritage Trust.
Karen Woods*


ARRANGED BY SUBJECT:
Authors of or about recent books or works-in-progress:
When Your Life Depends on It; Extreme decision making lessons from the Antarctic
David Hirzel & Brad Borkan

• Simple Arithmetic Proof that Captain Scott Party did not perish in 1912 due to starvation.
Krzysztof Sienicki

The Adelie Mail and Cape Adare Times, the Northern Party's newspaper, one issue, one copy.
Rob Stephenson

• "Publishing" a polar story from the past in new media.
Peggy Nelson
Otherwise book-related:
• The Nordenskjöld Collection at the Gothenburg University Library.
Magnus Forsberg and Anders Larsson

• "Shackleton's Ghostwriter", juxtaposing the standards of authorship for popular press/literature and scientific/medical journalism.
Art Gertel

• Byrd Polar Research Center Archival Program at The Ohio State University
Laura Kissel

• Women's Writing from Antarctica.
Gretchen Legler

• An update on the census of copies of the Aurora Australis.
Rob Stephenson

• My Current Project: A Herbert Ponting biography. Seeking out material in Tromsø and Spitsbergen.
Anne Strathie
History / Biography:
• Thomas Bagshawe: An Unsung, Forgotten Hero.
Bob Burton

• Balloons, Zeppelins and Dirigibles from Svalbard to the North Pole; Roald Amundsen, his Success and his Death. (Not Antarctic but it is Amundsen.)
Marty Greene

• Presenting a showing of the recently preserved film "Byrd 1933."
Laura Kissel

• Norway in the Antarctic. Keynote talk, Saturday afternoon following lunch.
Geir Kløver

• Martin Rønne.
Karen Ronne Tupek and Jahn Rønne

• Finn and Jackie Ronne.
Karen Ronne Tupek

• Some possibilities include a comparison of Amundsen's with Scott's Last Journey. Scott's last orders. What went wrong? The Search Party, Atkinson, etc. Teddy Evans' scurvy and his absence from expedition. The aftermath.
Mike Tarver
Other:
• The Wilson in Cheltenham. The collection and some recent additions.
Ann-Rachael Harwood

• The C. A. Larsen Collection at the Fram Museum.
Geir Kløver

• A Few Words on Antarctic Climate Change.
Prof. James McCarthy

• Alcohol in Antarctica.
Mick Parker

• The Emperor Penguin as discovered, known, and experienced during the classical and heroic eras of Antarctic exploration.
Michael Rosove

• The UK Antarctic Heritage Trust.
Karen Woods





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