Marvin L. Edwards (1915–2016)
Jill Wharton | Apr 2, 2018Marvin L. Edwards, professor emeritus at Clarkson University, passed away on January 31, 2016.
Students in the Trenches
Susan Corbesero | Feb 1, 2018Susan Corbesero (The Ellis School) uses the crowdsourcing project, Operation War Diary, in her classroom to help students learn about the First World War.
Zoë Jackson | Dec 1, 2017At the 16th biennial Symposium on Cryptologic History, held this past October, William F. Friedman was a celebrity of sorts. The famous US Army crypto...
Grant of the Week: Graduate Student Prize in Applied Military History
Zoe Jackson | Nov 29, 2017The Society for Military History and the CSIS Project on Military and Diplomatic History are pleased to announce the second...
Is Civilian Control of the Military Eroding?
Dane Kennedy | Sep 28, 2017Three of the leading figures in the Trump administration are military men. When President Trump refe...
A World of Weapons: Historians Shape Scholarship on Arms Trading
Kritika Agarwal | Sep 1, 2017During his first trip abroad as president of the United States, Donald Trump made a $110 billion arm...
“To Save Her Sister’s Soul”: Uncovering a Nurse’s Trauma in WWI Britain
Bridget Keown | Jul 13, 2017One of the most challenging aspects of studying the case notes of women treated for war trauma is that I...
Anna Leigh Todd | Jun 29, 2017In 1818, John Adams reflected on the founding of the nation, asking, “But what do We mean by the Ame...
Gendered Treatments of Trauma during the First World War
Bridget Keown | Jun 21, 2017“Patient has an anxious frightened and distressed expression . . . is unhappy and emotional . . . .” During...