Past shocks and present day echoes
2 June 2020, 10:00 to 11:30 Please note: this event has passed
This panel will focus on discussing what lessons as can learn from the past shocks in a challenging present. Including lessons from ancient to modern history.
Panelists and running order:
- Chair: Professor William Philpott, Department of War Studies
- Demokratia, the Plague of Athens and the Athenian Empire, Kunika Kakuta PhD Student in the Department of War Studies.
- The American way of warfare and strategic shock: the great uniting force, Professor Greg Kennedy, Professor of Strategic Foreign Policy in the Defence Studies Department.
- The radical soldier: Assessing the role of extreme violence committed by military personnel in Modern Warfare. British and American soldiers in the Pacific during the Second World War, Ignacio Morales Barckhahn PhD Student in the Defence Studies Department.
- Spawning Fratricide, Disease and Famine: Axis Occupation of Greece, 1941-44, Dr Christina Goulter, Senior Lecturer, in the Defence Studies Department.
- Radicalism and Conservatism in a Time of Crisis: Some Lessons from the Second World War, Dr Jonathan Fennell Reader in Modern History in the Defence Studies Department.
At this event
Senior Lecturer in the Defence Studies Department
Professor of Strategic Foreign Policy
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