Marine Corps History magazine is accepting submissions of scholarly articles focused on new and unique research into the Corps’ history, from its earliest actions to the Cold War and beyond. The editors also are interested in book reviews and in articles about how the Corps’ history is being used in the classroom or in the field to preserve it or to support lessons learned.
My colleagues and I are organizing a panel for AHA 2020 titled "The Everyday Lives of Norms: Militarism, Masculinity, and Prostitution in Twentieth-Century Asia." This panel is broadly focused on norms (militaristic and gendered) and how they govern everyday dynamics, practices, and relations across three areas: prostitution, soldiering, and universal conscription.
Gettysburg College and the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History announced today that David Blight, author of Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom (Simon & Schuster), is the recipient of the 2019 Gilder Lehrman Lincoln Prize. A noted Civil War historian, Blight is Class of 1954 Professor of American History at Yale University and directs the Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, and Abolition at Yale University.
“Commemorating Violent Conflicts and Building Sustainable Peace”
An International Conference at Kent State University
Commemorating the May 4, 1970 shooting by the Ohio National Guard of
The Institute on World War II and the Human Experience, Department of History, Florida State University
The Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center of Florida
invite the general public to the opening of the exhibit, "Artistic Expressons of Through Conflict, 1939-1945"
Featurng a special lecture by Dr. Jonathan Grant, Department of History, Florida State University
Holocaust Memorial and Resource and Education Center of Florida
851 North Maitland Avenue
Maitland, Florida 32751
February 3, 2019
The Educational Committee of the International Commission of Military History (ICMH) invites PhD students to take part in a workshop for young scholars who are still working on or have recently completed their PhD thesis on a topic related to the title above. The purpose of the workshop is to give young scholars the opportunity of discussing their projects with peers as well as experienced colleagues from over 40 countries.
The scholarly journal of the Marine Corps University Press, the Marine Corps University Journal, publishes biannual, thematic issues on various topics related to the military, history, political science, national security, international relations, and defense. We encourage newly emerging scholars to submit articles. All articles in our journal are peer reviewed by subject-matter experts.
Our Fall 2019 issue will have a broadly construed theme:
Great Power Competition
The Texas Christian University Department of History is pleased to announce the 2019 LCpl. Benjamin W. Schmidt Symposium on War, Conflict, and Society, to be held March 22-23, 2019. This year's symposium focuses on the Vietnam War and features nine of the nation's leading scholars of the war.
James Wright, author of Enduring Vietnam, will give the keynote address on Friday evening at 7:00.