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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Creative Commons Caricaturing the Military in Pakistan Saadia Gardezi speaks at the "New Directions in Studies of Pakistan: Politics, Culture, & History" workshop on 20 April 2018. Saadia Gardezi 03 Jul 2018
2 Creative Commons Veteran Dialogue and the Future of War A panel discussion that looks at the dialogue between civilians and military in times of conflict. Cheyney Ryan 07 Jul 2017
3 Immunity from Execution of Military and Cultural Goods Recent years have seen numerous attempts to seize State assets held outside a State's national territory to satisfy debts owed by the State to private persons. Matthew Happold 07 Jun 2017
4 Merchants of Death? The Nye Commission, the Business of War, and the Politics of Memory Professor Christopher Capozzola specializes in the political and cultural history of the United States from the late nineteenth century to the present. His research interests are in the history of war, politics, and citizenship in modern American history. Christopher Capozzola 22 May 2017
5 Creative Commons Negotiating enemy lines In this Anthropology Departmental Seminar, Lauren Greenwood (University of Sussex) discusses the complexities of collaboration with the British military, 29 May 2015 Lauren Greenwood 14 Mar 2016
6 Creative Commons Lecture 3: Institutions of Democracy: King, President, Parliament, and Autonomous Communities Democratic institution building. Marina Perez de Arcos 16 Dec 2015
7 Battles for Benefits: Marginalizing Women Veterans in the Medicalization of PTSD Kiley Hunkler presents her Master's work on ‘Battles for Benefits’: Marginalizing Women Veterans in the Medicalization of PTSD'. Kiley Hunkler 22 Jun 2015
8 Brain Science and the Military In this talk I explain the nature of national security interest in the burgeoning field of neuroscience and its implications for military and counter-intelligence operations. Jonathan Moreno 17 Apr 2015
9 Clothing Soldiers: Development of an organised system of production and supply of military clothing in England between 1645 and 1708 This paper will set up and identify certain needs that a soldier's clothing of this period had to satisfy Katherine Elliott 21 Oct 2014
10 Creative Commons Designed to Kill : The Difficult Study of Military Design Design is perceived by most as a positive concept meant to improve people lives. But it is first a means to answer efficiently a specific purpose. How can we morally accept that the act of killing led to the development of an important design industry? Marie-Anne Michaux 30 Sep 2014
11 Creative Commons Traumatic Brain Disease in the Military: Past, Present and Future A review of the fascinating 100 year history of traumatic brain injury in the military and, in particular, its long-term consequences. Daniel Perl 10 Sep 2014
12 Creative Commons How to Educate a General Defining and delivering military education: Col (rtd) Dr Randall Wakelam draws on his historical research to look at what constitutes good military education and how it can be most effectively delivered. Randall Wakelam 21 May 2014
13 Creative Commons Post-COIN : The Future of Conventional Warfare Lt Col Alexandre Vautravers, Associate Professor at Webster University looks at the future of armed conflict and the role of conventional forces, post-COIN. Alexandre Vautravers 01 Apr 2014
14 Creative Commons Searching for Reflective Armed Forces: A Lithuanian Civil-Military Relations Perspective CCW Visiting Fellow, Deividas Slekys analyses civil-military relations, using Lithuania as a case study. Deividas Slekys 01 Apr 2014
15 Creative Commons Victorious Donkeys? British Generals and Generalship of the First World War Reconsidered The Professor of War Studies at Wolverhampton University, a leading British military historian of the First World War, explodes some myths about British generalship and the performance of the British Army. Gary Sheffield 11 Feb 2014
16 Women and the Post-2014 Afghanistan: What is the West's Responsibility? Will women's rights inevitably deteriorate when the international forces pull out next year? Is there hope for maintaining progress and creating an equal society? Tabasum Wolayat, Kerry Healey, Frances Guy, Sir Sherard Cowper-Coles 01 Jul 2013
17 Creative Commons How to Clear a Room: Towards a Sociology of Contemporary Urban Combat A discussion of the sociology of contemporary urban combat and professionalism in the military. Anthony King 09 May 2013
18 Creative Commons Legitimate Targets? The Partial Effectiveness of International Law in US Air Warfare Dr Janina Dill, Department of International Relations, Oxford University, gives a talk about US Air Warfare and International Law, organised by the Changing Character of War programme, Oxford University. Janina Dill 04 Mar 2013
19 Creative Commons 'Careful What you Wish For': Peace, Military Literacy, and the Future of the Use of Force in G-8 Countries Professor Ivan Arreguin-Toft, Blavatnik School of Government, Oxford University, gives a talk about the future of Military force in G-8 countries, organised by the Changing Character of War programme, Oxford University. Ivan Arreguin-Toft 04 Mar 2013
20 Creative Commons The British Army and Mau Mau, 1952-56 Huw Bennett (Aberystwyth University), gives a talk for the African Studies Centre seminar series on the British Army and Kenyan Mau Mau. Huw Bennett 04 Feb 2013
21 Creative Commons The Better Part of Valour Combatant Courage on the Western Front. Edward Madigan 29 Oct 2012
22 Creative Commons Military Ethics Ancient and Modern A talk from Matthew Leigh, Fellow and Tutor from St Anne's College, Oxford University, on Military Ethics; taken from the Alumni Weekend 2012. Matthew Leigh 15 Oct 2012
23 Creative Commons Military Ethics Ancient and Modern A talk from Matthew Leigh, Fellow and Tutor from St Anne's College, Oxford University, on Military Ethics; taken from the Alumni Weekend 2012. Matthew Leigh 15 Oct 2012
24 Creative Commons Panel 5: Competing Visions of Tahrir: Trickster: Taufiq 'Ukasha, the Perpetuation of Liminal Crisis, and the Shaping of Counter-revolutionary Discourse Walter Armbrust examines the 'counter-revolution' through the lens of television talk show host Taufiq 'Ukasha, a 'trickster' prone to generating perverted forms of social knowledge. Walter Armbrust 25 May 2012
25 Panel 4: Old State, New Rules: From War of Manoeuvre to War of Position Nicola Pratt discusses the competing wars of position being waged against the hegemonic system of authoritarianism in post-Mubarak Egypt, focusing on the realm of gender. Nicola Pratt 25 May 2012
26 Creative Commons Panel 4: Old State, New Rules: Praetorian Parliamentarism: The Contradictions of Egypt's Post-revolutionary Experiment Alexander Kazamias conceptualises the Egyptian revolution as an incomplete process of socio-political transformation, having so far only partially changed the postcolonial Egyptian state. Alexander Kazamias 25 May 2012
27 Creative Commons The Tizard Mission Stephen Phelps, Brasenose Alumnus, introduces his book about the top-secret operation that changed the course of World War II. Available now through Amazon or Pen and Sword. Stephen Phelps, Georgina Edwards 24 Apr 2012
28 Rights, Liability, and the Moral Equality of Combatants Professor Uwe Steinhoff (University of Hong Kong) gives a talk for the ELAC/CCW Seminar series on 9th Nov 2011. Uwe Steinhoff 17 Nov 2011
29 Creative Commons Does War Have a Meaning? Professor Michael Boylan (Marymount) gives a talk for the Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict/Changing Character of War Seminar Series. Michael Boylan 11 Nov 2011
30 Creative Commons The Shadow of the ICC: Positive Complementarity and the Situation in Kenya Professor Chandra Sriram (SOAS) gives a talk for the Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict/Changing Character of War Seminar Series. Introduced by Jennifer Welsh (Oxford). Chandra Sriram 11 Nov 2011
31 Creative Commons Strategy for Action: Using Force Wisely in the 21st Century Commodore Steve Jermy (Royal Navy) gives a talk for the Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict seminar series. Steve Jermy 26 Oct 2011
32 None of Us Were Like This Before: American Soldiers and Torture Josh Phillips, journalist, gives a talk for the Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict seminar series. Josh Phillips 25 Oct 2011
33 The Changing Character of War Dr Robert Johnson, lecturer in the History of War and Deputy Director of the Oxford Program on the Changing Character of War gives a talk for the Oxford Alumni Weekend. Robert Johnson 10 Oct 2011
34 Intervention in Libya and Implications for European and Transatlantic Defence Cooperation Camille Grand (Director Fondation pour la Recherche Strategique (FRS, Paris) gives a talk for the ELAC/OHG (Oxford Humanitarian Group) on 31st May 2011. Camille Grand 13 Jun 2011
35 Stabilisation, Security and Capacity Building - What the Business Schools and Sociologists might tell the Military Colonel Duncan Barley, British Army (Retired) gives a talk for the ELAC/CCW seminar series on 10th May 2011. Duncan Barley 18 May 2011
36 Creative Commons Military Ethics as Professional Ethics: The Limits of the Philosophical Approach Professor Martin Cook gives a talk for the ELAC seminar series. Martin Cook 08 Mar 2011
37 Creative Commons Power and Norms: What can the Nobel Peace Prize Accomplish? The Inside Story Professor Geir Lundestad gives a talk for the ELAC/CCW seminar series on war and armed conflict. Geir Lundestad 09 Nov 2010
38 A Strategic Analysis of the First Anglo-Afghan War 1839-42: Lessons for Today Colonel Adam Finlay, CCW Visiting Fellow, delivers an ELAC/CCW Seminar on the first Anglo-Afghan War of 1839 to 1842. Part of the ELAC/CCW seminar series. Adam Finlay 09 Nov 2010
39 Punitive War Professor of Law at Warwick University Victor Tadros gives a talk for the ELAC Hilary Term 2010 seminar series. This series is co-hosted by the ELAC and the University of Oxford Programme on the Changing Character of War (CCW). Victor Tadros 18 Feb 2010
40 Strategic thinking for an Age of Austerity David Blagden, DPhil candidate in International Relations in Oxford, gives a talk for the ELAC Hilary Term 2010 seminar series. This series is co-hosted by the ELAC and the University of Oxford Programme on the Changing Character of War (CCW). David Blagden 18 Feb 2010
41 War and Love: The Role of Special Relationships in the Ethics of War Dr Seth Lazar gives a talk for the ELAC Hilary Term 2010 seminar series. This series is co-hosted by the ELAC and the University of Oxford Programme on the Changing Character of War (CCW). Dapo Akande is the discussant. Seth Lazar, Dapo Akande 18 Feb 2010
42 Human Rights, Sovereignty and Military Intervention: A Dialogue with JS Mill Professor Michael Doyle gives a talk for the ELAC Hilary Term 2010 seminar series. This series is co-hosted by the ELAC and the University of Oxford Programme on the Changing Character of War (CCW). Michael Doyle 18 Feb 2010