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Look and listen

​A selection of presentations, video and audio recordings by members of the Veterans in Society network.

Video presentations:

Matt Porter, Jim Craig, Mariana Grohowski, Eric Hodges, Bruce Pencek.  "Veterans Studies: Considerations and Complications," Closing roundtable, 2022 Veterans in Society Conference. Veterans Studies Association and Arizona State University, Oct 21, 2022.  (Video)

Jason Higgins, John M. Kinder, Heather Marie Stur, Robert F. Jefferson.  "Service Denied: Marginalized Veterans in Modern American History."  Veterans in History Symposium, Virginia Tech, Nov. 30, 2022. (Video; presentation begins at 4:00)

Eric B Hodges. "Civil War, Civil Rights, and Civic Duty: The African-American Experience of War," Blackwell Talks, Longwood University, March 28, 2022. (Video)

Jim Dubinsky, Jim Craig, Nancy Dallett, Eric Hodges, Bruce Pencek. "Waller’s The Veteran Comes Back at 77." Conversations in Veterans Studies online symposium. Veterans Studies Association and Virginia Tech, May 18, 2021. (Video)

Jim Dubinsky. “‘Reenlisting’ After the War: Veterans as Public Poets and Ministers of Culture.” Virginia Tech Center for Humanities, Sept 28, 2020. (Video)

Jim Dubinsky. "Veterans in Society (ViS) & Veterans Studies: An Overview." NEH Dialogues on the Experience of War Project Directors’ Meeting, Washington, DC, June 1, 2018. (Video; presentation begins at 17:20)

Roundtables from the second Veterans in Society Conference, Humanizing the Discourse (Roanoke, VA, April 27-28, 2014)

  • "Support the Troops? A Community in Dialogue." April 28, 2014. John Montgomery, Steven Salaita, Gil B. Ott. (Video)

  • Closing Discussion "The Future of Veterans Studies." April 28, 2014. Jim Dubinsky, Bruce Pencek, Eric Hodges. Barbara Weimerskirch, David Cline. (Video)

Audio podcasts:

Published By podcast, Virginia Tech Publishing

Veterans Radio America with Eric Fretz


Other formats:

Bruce Pencek, Jason Higgins, and Michael McGandy, "Coevolution of library services, scholarly communication infrastructures, and emergent academic fields: the ongoing case of veterans studies." Virtual 2023 Charleston Conference: Issues in Book and Serials Acquisitions, Nov. 28, 2023. (Paywalled video: conference attendees only).

Bruce Pencek and Jim Dubinsky, "Veterans Studies and the Virginia Tech Libraries: The Power of Convening." University Libraries Monthly Forum. Nov. 9, 2021.  (Slide deck)

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