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May 5, 2014

In part 2, your hosts continue their talk about the 2014 Fields of Conflict archaeology conference held in Columbia, South Carolina in March 2014.  They discuss some of the conference panels, battlefield archaeology, and where archaeology and history intersect.

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Apr 12, 2014

This episode, your hosts talk about the 2014 Fields of Conflict archaeology conference held in Columbia, South Carolina in March 2014.  They discuss some of the conference panels, battlefield archaeology, and where archaeology and history intersect.

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Jan 28, 2012

In January 2012 Nate presented his paper, "Samurai as Commander: The Battle of Nagashino (1575) and the Military Decision-Making Process" at the Japan Studies Association conference, where he re-examines the battle of Nagashino, taking into account everything that a modern military analyst would examine, challenging the...


Jan 25, 2012

For part 3 of our JSA coverage, Chris, Nate, Travis, and guest host Alison Rapp continue their roundtable discussion of the 18th annual Japan Studies Association conference held in Honolulu, Hawaii on the Hawaii Tokai International College campus in January, 2012.

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Jan 21, 2012

In part 2 of our Japan Studies Association conference coverage, Nate and Alison talk about their presentations, "Samurai as Commander: The Battle of Nagashino (1575) and the Military Decision-Making Process" and "Speech We Hate: An Argument for the Cessation of International Pressure on Japan to Strengthen its...