Category Archives: Williamson, Samuel R.
William Bennett, Franklin Ford, Ernestine Friedl, and Samuel Williamson address questions concerning undergraduate education in the United States in the 1980s. What are the aims of education at that level and the quality of that education? What are students’ expectations … Continue reading
James Leutze, Douglas Porch, and Samuel Williamson continue their conversation about military history, addressing questions such as the extent to which social movements, ideologies, and intellectual currents affect the writing of military history. In their chronicles, how do military historians assess the interplay … Continue reading
James Leutze, Douglas Porch, and Samuel Williamson discuss questions on the nature and characteristics of military history. How do military historians, classical and contemporary, make sense of their subjects? To what extent do military historians offer theories of history that go beyond chronicles of warfare? … Continue reading