Society for Military History Conference 2016

World War I and the Environment: Global Resource Allocation, Militarization, and the Nature of Raw Materials
Ottawa, April 14 – 17, 2016

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Friday, April 15, 10:30 – 12:00

Roundtable: THE “NEW” MILITARY HISTORY: INTERSECTIONS WITH THE HISTORY OF THE ENVIRONMENT, GENDER, AND RACE

Chair: James Grossman, Executive Director, American Historical Association

Beth Bailey, University of Kansas

Lisa M. Brady, Boise State University

Jennifer Mittelstadt, Rutgers University

Commentator: Jeffrey Grey, President, Society for Military History/University of New South Wales Canberra

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Harvest for War:

Fruits, Nuts, Imperialism and Gas Mask Manufacture in the United States During World War I

 

Gerard J. Fitzgerald (George Mason University)

 

Wood Goes to War:

World War I and American Lumber and Lumber Policies

 

James Lewis (Forest History Society)

 

World War I and the Transformation of the Fossil Fuels Economy

 

Richard Tucker (University of Michigan)

For more information visit the conference site here.

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