Events in War Studies

War studies run an extensive programme of weekly seminars featuring guest speakers and frequent Saturday Day Schools throughout the year.  

Forthcoming events

At Odd Times a Journalist": Major-General JFC Fuller as Freelance Writer and Special Correspondent, 1925-1945

At Odd Times a Journalist": Major-General JFC Fuller as Freelance Writer and Special Correspondent, 1925-1945

Date
30/01/2018
Description
Professor Alaric Searle delivers the War Studies seminar.
The Great War and the Future for War

The Great War and the Future for War

Date
20/02/2018
Description
Great War Centenary Lectures given by Professor Sir Lawrence Freedman (King's College London).
End of a Paradigm? The Cultural History of the Great War

End of a Paradigm? The Cultural History of the Great War

Date
27/02/2018
Description
Great War Centenary Lectures given by Professor John Horne (Trinity College, Dublin).
Memory and the Great War

Memory and the Great War

Date
06/03/2018
Description
Great War Centenary Lectures given by Professor Jay Winter (Yale University).
War, Women and the West Midlands

War, Women and the West Midlands

Date
13/03/2018
Description
Great War Centenary Lectures given by Professor Maggie Andrews (University of Worcester).
Why did the Germans not invent the tank? Military mechanization and the Imperial German army during the First World War

Why did the Germans not invent the tank? Military mechanization and the Imperial German army during the First World War

Date
20/03/2018
Description
Great War Centenary Lectures given by Professor Markus Pöhlmann (ZMSBw, Potsdam).
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