War and Society in North America

About War and Society in North America

This series provides a venue for scholars of war and society in areas now comprising the United States and Canada from the pre-colonial period to the present. The scope is broadly conceived to include:

· military histories of conventional and unconventional conflicts on the North American continent
· studies of peace movements and pacifist attitudes in North America
· biographies of individuals and groups from North America who fought around the world and returned from those wars
· examinations of institutional, political, diplomatic, religious, cultural, economic, or environmental factors that affected warfare on the North American continent
· comparative analyses of military conflicts in North America

Outstanding monographs, surveys, anthologies, or edited primary source collections will be considered. Because this series originally focused on the Midwest, the co-editors will also continue to seek proposals on war and society in the upper Mississippi River valley, the Ohio River valley, and the Great Lakes region.

We are currently accepting submissions for the series, for details about submissions see the Submission Guidelines page.

Acquisitions Editor
Inquiries about submissions or submission guidelines should be directed to Ricky S. Huard.

(740) 593 1157

Ingo Trauschweizer
Associate Professor in the Department of History at Ohio University; Affiliated with the Contemporary History Institute at Ohio University Winner of the 2009 Distinguished Book Award offered by the Society for Military History

David J. Ulbrich
Assistant Professor in the Department of History and Political Science at Rogers State University; Senior Instructor in the M.A. in Military History online program at Norwich University; Winner of the 2012 General Wallace M. Greene, Jr. Award for distinguished non-fiction dealing with U.S. Marines and Marine Corps Life

Editorial Advisory Board
Janet Bednarek, Andrew Cayton, Michael W. Doyle, Nicole Etcheson, Joseph Fitzharris, John Grenier, John Hall, Paul Herbert, James Westheider, Lee Windsor

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