Society for Military History Conference

The Society for Military History Conference is coming to the Chicago area this weekend.  This conference is the annual meeting of the largest academic and professional society for military history in the United States.  This year, the conference theme is “Ways of War.”

On Friday, I will be chairing a panel concerning “’Ways of Warfare’ in Early-Modern Europe: English, Spanish and Dutch Perspectives,” with papers by John A. Lynn, Edward Tenace, and Mark Charles Fissel.

The SMH Conference website has an online program and other information about conference, which will be held in Lisle, IL.

The Society for Military History website has more information about the organization and its main publication, Journal of Military History.

Graduate students and advanced undergraduate students at Northern Illinois University may want to explore these websites.  They may also attend the conference, but there is a rather steep registration charge.

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