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Corbett 100 at the U.S. Naval Academy 2021

23 Sep laughtonbannerexpand1

The Corbett 100 Project delivers a special panel at the U.S. Naval Academy’s 2021 McMullen Naval History symposium.

 

Featuring six prominent international academics lecturing at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, RI. Co-Director of the Corbett 100 project James W.E. Smith introduces the panel: “Corbett 10: Perspectives, Signs and Portents, Sir Julian Corbett’s influence today”. Professor Andrew Lambert provides commentary on the following presentations:

 

CAPT Ryuj Hommyo, Japanese Maritime Self Defence Force, Maritime Command and Staff College.
Sir Julian Corbett’s Strategy from the Japanese Perspective

 

CDR ‘BJ’ Armstrong U.S. Navy, PhD, Permanent Military Professor History Department, U.S. Naval Academy
Mahan v. Corbett: The Grudge Match that Never Was

 

CDR David Kohnen, U.S. Navy (Ret.), PhD, Capt. Tracy B. Kittredge Scholar for War Studies and Maritime History, U.S. Naval War College.
Sir Julian Corbett and American "Sea Power:" The Case for "Future History" and the Problem of Historical Mythologies in Contemporary Military and Naval Strategy

 

LT CDR Mark Bailey, Royal Australian Navy, PhD, Australian Defence Force Academy
Mahan, Corbett and the Protection of Trade: The View from Distant Oceans

 

This will be an in person event with some presentations being done digitally for those attending the conference. These lectures will be made available online to non-attendees in the near future.

 

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