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  • emThe Internationalistsem
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    The Internationalists

    Professors Oona Hathaway and Scott Shapiro talked about their book The Internationalists, in which they recall the 1928 Paris Peace Pact, also known as the Kellogg-Briand Pact, that…

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  • American Battlefields as Sacred Ground
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    American Battlefields as Sacred Ground

    Professor Edward Linenthal talked about his book, Sacred Ground: Americans and Their Battlefields, using Little Bighorn Battlefield and the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor as examples.…

    159 views
  • Historians Discuss Use of Law in Conflict and War
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    War, Law, and Restraint

    Professors talked about how the law is used during conflict. They cited examples from the American Civil War, the world wars, and recent international conflicts as they questioned whether…

    442 views
  • David Barron Discusses emWaging Warem
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    Waging War

    Judge David Barron talked about his book, Waging War: The Clash Between Presidents and Congress, 1776 to ISIS. This event, part of the 2017 Colby Military Writers' Symposium, was held at…

    446 views
  • emCivil Warsem
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    Civil Wars

    Professor David Armitage talked about his book Civil Wars: A History in Ideas, in which he provides a history of civil wars throughout the world, from the Romans, who were the forebears of the…

    710 views
  • Pursuit and Prosecution of War Criminals
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    Pursuit and Prosecution of War Criminals

    Co-authors Alexa Koenig, Victor Peskin, and Eric Stover talked about their book, Hiding in Plain Sight: The Pursuit of War Criminals from Nuremberg to the War on Terror.

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  • Maria Armoudian Discusses emReporting from the Danger Zoneem
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    Reporting from the Danger Zone

    Maria Armoudian talked about her book, Reporting from the Danger Zone: Frontline Journalists, Their Jobs, and an Increasingly Perilous Future, about the complications facing journalists in…

    727 views
  • Historians Discuss First Ladies During Wartime
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    First Ladies During Wartime

    Historians examined the contributions of American first ladies during the nation’s wars. Speakers included William Seale, author of The President’s House and other books; history professor…

    384 views
  • Apache Wars
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    Apache Wars

    Paul Andrew Hutton talked about the prolonged conflict in the late nineteenth century between the Apaches and the U.S. government. He described the southwest as a volatile mix of…

    1,023 views
  • Life on a Battleship
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    Life on a Battleship

    Clayton Allen and Captain Matthew Pommer (Retired) gave a tour of the below deck areas of the USS Wisconsin, where the crew lived and worked while at sea. The USS Wisconsin, one of the…

    716 views
  • Battleship Command and Control
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    Battleship Command and Control

    Clayton Allen gave a tour of the top decks of the USS Wisconsin, where the captain and admiral once lived and commanded the ship. The USS Wisconsin, one of the largest battleships built by…

    890 views
  • Panel Discussion on War
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    Panel Discussion on War

    Panelists talked about wars throughout history. Panelists included Rita Gabis, author of A Guest at the Shooters' Banquet: My Grandfather’s SS Past, My Jewish Family, A Search for Truth; Dawn MacKeen,…

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  • Molly McCartney Discusses emAmericas War Machineem
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    America's War Machine

    Molly McCartney, co-author of America’s War Machine: Vested Interests, Endless Conflicts, talks about the U.S. military-industrial complex and how it has changed since President Eisenhower…

    1,041 views
  • Authors Discuss Writing About War
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    Writing About War

    Christina Lamb, author of Farewell Kabul: From Afghanistan To A More Dangerous World, Janine di Giovanni, author of The Morning They Came For Us: Dispatches from Syria, and Kim Barker,…

    1,178 views
  • The Compromise of 1850
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    The Compromise of 1850

    Fergus Bordewich talked about the Compromise of 1850 and the two generations of senators who dominated the great debate. Mr. Bordewich focused on Henry Clay, Stephen Douglas, and the impact…

    1,470 views
  • emSpain in our Heartsem
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    Spain in our Hearts

    Adam Hochschild talked about his book, Spain in Our Hearts: Americans in the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939, about the close to 3,000 Americans that took part in the Spanish Civil War, from a…

    628 views
  • Center for American War Letters
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    Center for American War Letters

    Lauren Menges and Rand Boyd gave a tour of Chapman University’s Center for American War Letters and showed some of the letters written by service men and women from several American conflicts. The collection…

    234 views
  • Presidents and War Powers
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    Presidents and War Powers

    Professor Brooks Simpson talked about the role of the president during wars, including wars waged without a formal congressional declaration. He also spoke about the ways American foreign…

    773 views
  • Interview on emAmericas War Machineem
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    Interview on America's War Machine

    Molly Sinclair McCartney talked about her book, America’s War Machine: Vested Interests, Endless Conflicts. This interview was held at the 38th annual National Press Club Book Fair and…

    1,029 views
  • emVietnam The Real Warem
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    Vietnam: The Real War

    Santiago Lyon, Peter Arnett, Nick Ut, and Julie Jacobson talked about the book Vietnam: The Real War - A Photographic History by the Associated Press and the state of war photography today.…

    615 views
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