The Society for Military HistoryThe intellectual home for military historians worldwide

The intellectual home for military historians worldwide

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"