The New Faces Of War
Historians Against The War
Available Talks from the “New Faces of War” Conference, April 5-7, 2013
1. Video Recordings Posted on the Indypendent Reader Website
FROM THE KEYNOTE SESSION:
FROM OTHER PLENARY SESSIONS:
FROM THE WORKSHOP “UNDERSTANDING AND RESPONDING TO THE ASIA-PACIFIC PIVOT”:
FROM THE PANEL “LAW AND THE NEW FACES OF WAR”:
FROM THE PANEL “U.S. SOLDIERS AND THE VIETNAM WAR EXPERIENCE”:
FROM THE PANEL “INDEFINITE DETENTION AND WAR AGAINST IRAN: HOW ARE THESE STRANDS OF US FOREIGN POLICY CONNECTED?”:
2. Audio Recordings of Panels
“The New Conscientious Objectors: Solders Who Refuse to Commit War Crimes in a Particular War” (Carl Mirra, Luke Stewart, Staughton Lynd, Bill Galvin, Marc Becker)
“Varieties of Intervention” (Roger Peace, Nathan Christensen, Michael Sullivan)
“How War Creates Political Prisoners: Criminalizing Dissent” (Steven Downs, Hany Massoud)
“Plus Ca Change: Old Habits concerning Torture, Sex, and Imperialism in the Global War on Terror” (Melissa Ptacek, Alice Bullard, Elizabeth Thompson)
3. Power Point Presentation
“Beyond the Front: Militarism and America’s Economy” (Ian Proctor, Nils Kruse, Caroline Larsson, Nicole Longobardo, Maggie Mergen)
4. Individual Papers
Jeremy Kuzmarov: “Police Training and the Mercenarization of US Warfare in the War on Terror”
Historians Against the War is a network of history teachers, scholars, and activists seeking to bring historical analysis to bear on U.S. foreign policy and its social/political impact. To find out more, visit the HAW website at www.historiansagainstwar.org.
The first HAW conference "Empire, Resistance, and the War in Iraq: A Conference for Historians and Activists" was held at the University of Texas, Austin, February 17-19, 2006.
The second HAW conference "War And Its Discontents: Understanding Iraq And The U.S. Empire" was co-sponsored with the Peace History Society and held in Atlanta, Georgia, April 11-13, 2008.