Would you care to join a panel on early modern warfare from the global comparative perspective? We have two papers and need a third. One paper is about the challenges faced by a late-Mughal-era South Asia commander contending with multiple threats while lacking a politically reliable military force. The second paper treats political control, public sentiment, and rebellion in early modern China. A welcome third paper would deal with an aspect of warfare and the state (or warfare and non-state polities). Geographic focus is open (including eighteenth-century Europe or North America) as long at the presenter shares our comparative perspectives across regions and cultures. With apologies for the late request, we invite responses from anyone interested. Please reply by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com.