New Series: Studies in Civil-Military Relations
The University Press of Kansas is accepting proposals.
William A. Taylor, series editor
This series will publish original manuscripts, imparting a variety of valuable perspectives, that analyze the myriad interactions between governments, militaries, and societies. The series will be global in scope, multidisciplinary in approach, and accessible in presentation, providing an intellectual home for the best and newest research on civil-military relations across a broad spectrum of case studies and comparative frameworks. The editorial approach will be as inclusive as possible, with the common theme being a works special contribution to an informed understanding of civil-military relations.
William A. Taylor is Associate Professor of Security Studies at Angelo State University. A graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, he holds an MA in history from the University of Maryland, an MA in National Security Studies from Georgetown University, and a PhD in history from George Washington University. He is the author of Military Service and American Democracy: From World War II to the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars (University Press of Kansas) and Every Citizen a Soldier: The Campaign for Universal Military Training after World War II (Texas A&M University Press).
Send inquiries and proposals to firstname.lastname@example.org.