Society for Military History Past Annual Meetings

2014
Command and General Staff College Foundation, Inc., Liberty Memorial - National World War I Museum, Harry S. Truman Presidential Museum and Library, Department of History, University of Kansas, Kansas City, MO, 3-6 April
"Transformational Conflicts: War and its Legacy Through History"
2013
Center for the Study of War & Society at The University of Southern Mississippi with the National World War II Museum and Southeastern Louisiana University, New Orleans, LA 14-17 March
"War, Society and Remembrance"
2012
Army Historical Foundation, Arlington, VA 10-13 May
"The Politics of War"
2011
Cantigny First Division Foundation, Lisle, IL 9-12 June
"Ways of War"
2010
Virginia Military Institute and the George C. Marshall Foundation, Lexington, VA, 20-23 May
"Causes Lost and Won"
2009
Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN, 2-5 April
"Warfare and Culture"
2008
Weber State University, Odgen, UT, 17-20 April
"The Military and Frontiers"
2007
Catoctin Center for Regional Studies at Frederick Community College, 19-22 April
"Crossroads of War"
2006
Kansas State University, Manhattan, 18-21 May
"The Construction, Reconstruction, and Consumption of Military History"
2005
The Citadel, Charleston, 24-27 February
"Rise of the Military Profession"
2004
University of Maryland-College Park, Bethesda, 20-23 May
"What on Our Minds: Critical Problems in Military History"
2003
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 1-4 May
"The Military and Civil Society"
2002
Madison, WI ­ Monona Terrace Convention Center, 4-7 April
"War and Remembrance: Constructing the Military Past and Future."
2001
University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 24-27 May
"Revolution in Military Affairs"
"Societies at War"
"Operational Arts"
2000
Marine Corps University, Quantico, Virginia, 27-30 April 2000
"Korea, 1950 and 400 Years of Unlimited War"
1999
Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, 15-18 April
"War in History, Myth, and Memory"
1998
Wheaton, Illinois, 23-26 April
"Citizens in Uniform"
1997
Montgomery, Alabama, 10-14 April
"New Interpretations in Military History"
1996
Arlington, Virginia, 18-21 April
"Intelligence and National Security in Peace, Crisis, and War"
1995
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 11-14 May
"War Termination and Transitions to New Eras"
1994
Washington, D.C., 7-10 April
"Military-Civil Relations"
1993
Royal Military College, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, 21-24 May
"Allies and Alliances"
1992
Quantico, Virginia, 10-12 April
"Joint, Combined, Amphibious, and Expeditionary Operations"
1991
Durham, North Carolina, 21-24 March
"The New Military History"