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Military Studies

a guide to military studies research

Interim Head, Humanities and Social Sciences. Subject Specialist for Anthropology, Area and Cultural Studies, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Labor Studies, and Psychology.

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Nonny Schlotzhauer
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This guide is designed to facilitate research in Military Studies, which is roughly defined as the technique, psychology, practice and other phenomena which constitute war and armed conflict. It emphasizes resources in three areas — Aerospace Studies, Military Affairs, and Naval Science. In addition, it lists material related from many subjects related to military science, such as history, diplomacy, law, and politics, among others. It includes resources, both print and electronic, that are available from the University Libraries.