Dr. Vejas Gabriel Liulevicius, Director of the Center, was recently interviewed for a podcast about the Crimea and Ukraine Crisis […]
Dear Friends of the Center for the Study of War and Society, We are co-sponsoring an exciting upcoming lecture […]
Dear Friends of the UT Center for the Study of War and Society, We write to share good news about […]
On February 4, 2013, UT issued a press release about the NHPRC grant and estate gift that UT’s Center for the Study of War and Society recently received.
The Center for the Study of War & Society’s materials on Exercise Tiger were highlighted in the most recent issue of Tennessee Alumnus.
Arts & Culture Alliance Presents “Afghanistan: Unordinary Lives” (01/14/2014/Knoxville) – The Arts & Culture Alliance proudly presents “Afghanistan: Unordinary Lives”, […]
On Thursday, January 16, the Center for the Study of War and Society and the UT History Department will welcome Dr. Warren Dockter to deliver the Fifteenth Annual Charles W. Johnson Lecture at 5PM in the University Center Crest Room on UT’s campus. Dr. Dockter’s lecture is entitled, “‘The Weight of Islam’: Winston Churchill, the Ottoman Empire and the First World War.”
The next event in the “AfterWars” research seminar will take place on Dec. 4 at 2:15 p.m., when we will convene to discuss Dr. Steve Ash’s new book, “A Massacre in Memphis: The Race Riot that Shook the Nation One Year After the Civil War.” The event will be held on the second floor of Hoskins Library.
This past weekend Dr. Vejas Liulevicius, Professor of History at UT and Director of CSWS, was quoted in the L.A. Times in regard to denunciations in Stalin’s Soviet Union.
Jordan Kuck, a graduate assistant at CSWS, has an article appearing in the most recent issue of Fascism: The Journal of Comparative Fascist Studies. The article examines the lesser-known authoritarian regime of Karlis Ulmanis, the dictator of Latvia from 1934-1940, including an interesting take on the Latvian version of American 4-H.