The Center for the Study of War and Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the study of the relationship between war and society. We undertake a mission of public service education through our study and research in the human experience of war and peace, international conflict, and diplomatic cooperation. The Center also works to preserve the voice of the American veteran through an ongoing oral history program and a large World War II archival collection. The Center administers several graduate fellowships and offers an internship program for undergraduates. It is also very active in community outreach and sponsors public lectures, as well as other events and conferences. Please consider donating to the Center, as we depend to a great extent on the generosity of supporters. Visit our website often for updates on our exciting new undertakings and projects! You can also SIGN UP HERE to receive announcements of upcoming events along with a copy of the Center’s newsletter.
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Center for the Study of War and Society
217 Hoskins Library
University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Knoxville, TN 37996 – 4008
Phone: (865) 974-0128