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WCFFH 2015 Conference Videos: Grand Auditorium

 
DAY 1 (May 29, 2015)
 
Welcome
 
 
 
Guillermo De los Reyes (Conference Chair)
Jean-Loup Graton (Bibliothèque Nationale)
Pierre Mollier (Editor- Ritual, Secrecy, and Civil Society)
 
 
Keynote Address
 
Civil Society in an Uncivil Age: An Agenda for Freemasonry, Past and Present
 
 

Margaret C. Jacob (Distinguished Professor of History, University California of Los Angeles)

 
 
Early Masonic Presentation
 
400 Years of Masonic Music
 
Part 1
 


Part 2
 
 
Charles Bonaparte (Special Session Chair)
Gille Thorne (Music Historian)
 
 
French Resources on Fraternalism
 
 
Masonic Archives in France 
 
François Rognon
Francis Delon
Françoise Moreillon
Pierre Mollier
 
 
Plenary Address 
 
 
Into the Maelstrom: The Issue of Masonic Regularity, Past and Present
 
 
John Cooper (Past Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of California, Past President of the North American Conference of Grand Masters)   
 
 
Material Evidence of the Ethereal
 
 
 
The Masonic Temple Between Universal Model and Cultural Tropisms
 
François Gruson
 
Jewels, Ornaments, Lights and Furnitures, a Historical and Statisical Study Through Time and Countries: Appearance of the Movable and Immovable Jewels (1696 - 1801)
 
Dominique Sappia and Herve Hoint-Lecoq
 
Commanding Elegance: The Decoration and Furnishing of Masonic Lodges in New England, 1790 - 1830
 
Hilary Anderson Stelling
 
In the Footsteps of Freemasonry in the Holy Land King Solomon, the First Jewish Temple in Jerusalem and Masonic Sites in the Holy Land
 
Jeffrey Kantor
 
 
DAY 2 (May 30, 2015)
 
Special Presentation
 
Savoirs et emblèmes du savoir chez les compagnons tailleurs de pierre à la fin de l'Ancien Régime (Translation: Knowledge and Symbols of Knowledge Among Stone Cutters at the End of the Ancient Regime)
 
Part 1
 
 

Part 2
 
 
 
Jean-Michel Mathonière (Presenter)
Margaret Jacob (Chair)      
 
 
Future Web Use by Conferences: The Online University Perspective
 
 
 
Future Web Use by Conferences: Frustrations, Challenges, Cautions
 
Paul J. Rich (Chair and Commentator)
 
Taking the Conference to the World: Our Work and Teaching, Publishing, and Surviving the Internet Revolution: New Realities for Fraternal Studies
 
Philip Ice, Wallace Boston, Karan Powell, Daniel Gutierrez-Sandoval, Margaret Jacob and Count Alessandro Cagliostro
 
 
The Bordeaux Village
 
 
The French Sources of the "Scottish" Degrees
 
Pierre Mollier (Session Chair)
Roger Dachez
Louis Trébuchet
Jacques Simon
Pierre Mollier  
 
 
Closing Plenary Session
 
 
Emperors, Princes, and the Francken Mysteries: What Paris Has Revealed- Report on the Conference Special Committee on the Francken Documents
 
 
Brent Morris