2022 On War Military History Symposium: Lessons to be Learned: Writing the Military History of the Post-Cold War Period
The symposium will conclude with a final session on Friday afternoon and will consider the lessons to be learned in writing military history of the post-Cold War period. This panel is comprised of military history scholars who are currently engaged in researching, writing, and evaluating the histories of military operations since the 1990s. The military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan are of particular interest in this session, and the panelists will assess and consider how different audiences, particularly academics and military professionals, use these histories.
Dr. Antulio J. Echevarria II, U.S. Army War College
Dr. Anthony E. Carlson, U.S. Army School of Advanced Military Studies
Dr. Daniel Marston, Johns Hopkins University
Dr. Mary Elizabeth Walters, U.S. Air Force Air Command and Staff College