2021 Military Frontiers Graduate Student Symposium
April 16 @ 8:00 am - April 17 @ 5:00 pm
Sponsored in partnership with Ohio State University.
For the past three decades, this biannual conference has sought to spark interdisciplinary conversations and debates between promising graduate students and established scholars on themes of national and international security, military and society, and war and peace. Held in partnership with the America in the World Consortium and OSU’s Mershon Center for International Security Studies, the conference’s 2021 iteration will feature two acclaimed keynote speakers and will convene panels on multinational cooperation and military alliances at war, nuclear power and proliferation, international law enforcement in a transnational context, and the experience of minorities during wartime. The conference, entirely remote and cost-free for its participants, offers graduate student presenters an invaluable opportunity to receive targeted feedback from a specialist in their field and to showcase their work before an interdisciplinary audience of scholars working at the crossroads of history, political science, international relations, and military studies.