Laurier Military History Webinar Series – Bio-Imperialism

The Laurier Military History Webinar Series is launching its winter 2021 lineup on 13 January with Gwen D'Arcangelis from Skidmore College. She will be speaking on the turn of the War on Terror to bioterrorism and its recruitment of public health in the United States, giving light to the war’s conflation of health and militarism, and its mobilization of gendered and raced discourse to stoke national fear of germ threats.

Laurier Military History Webinar Series – Bio-Imperialism

The Laurier Military History Webinar Series is launching its winter 2021 lineup on 13 January with Gwen D'Arcangelis from Skidmore College. She will be speaking on the turn of the War on Terror to bioterrorism and its recruitment of public health in the United States, giving light to the war’s conflation of health and militarism, and its mobilization of gendered and raced discourse to stoke national fear of germ threats.

Re: QOTM - October

Dear Simon and David,

The question you raised for this month's discussion is highly relevant, though it hasn't produced much debate yet -- it must be a busy time for most of us.

The relationship between the military and nationalism, indeed war and nationalism, is a crucial one and, I believe, central to the development of nationalism.

QOTM - October

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CFC: Prehistories of the War on Terror: A Critical Genealogy of U.S. Military Empire (Edited Collection)

You can find the call for porposals here: https://tinyurl.com/y26uqk32

Call for proposals for an edited collection.

PREHISTORIES OF THE WAR ON TERROR: A CRITICAL GENEALOGY OF U.S. MILITARY EMPIRE

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