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Title: Military Frontiers: A Graduate Symposium Border Crossings
Creators: Waddell, Will; Douglas, Sarah
Contributors: Sanders, Courtney
Keywords: military history
borders
graduate students
Issue Date: 2011-05-12
Publisher: Ohio State University. Mershon Center for International Security Studies
Abstract: Military Frontiers: A Graduate Symposium brings together leading graduate students engaged in national academic debate within military history. The conference seeks to revive discussions of the successful "Theatrum Militarum" graduate conference held at Ohio State in the 1990s. This year, panels will highlight graduate students performing research that crosses both physical and disciplinary borders. The topics of discussion will address themes of the use of force and diplomacy to resolve conflict; ideas, identities, and decisional processes that affect security; "Law of War" and other ethical and legal issues arising from armed conflict; how war affects and is affected by race and gender; links between war, science and technology; and institutions that manage violent conflict. Students of military and diplomatic history, and specialists in military studies, are encouraged to attend Military Frontiers. Keynote Address: Victor Davis Hanson, Stanford University
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/49700
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