The Department of Government
The Department of Government

The Politics of Peace and the Consequences of War

War is among the most ancient and regular of human activities, but its consequences for domestic politics are poorly understood. Scholars routinely allude to war’s transformative power for the states and societies preparing for and waging them, but studies of war’s domestic political consequences are comparatively rare. Elementary questions remain unanswered, and policy suffers as a result.

Sun, May 6, 2007 | LBJ Library and Museum, 10th Floor

This interdisciplinary workshop brings together leading scholars—from the fields of communication, economics, history, law, political science, public affairs, and sociology—from around the country and the world to begin to address the many intriguing questions surrounding the domestic political consequences of war.

Bookmark and Share

  • Department of Government

    The University of Texas at Austin
    158 W 21st ST STOP A1800
    Batts Hall 2.116
    Austin, TX 78712-1704