Topic: War

Exhibition Explores the First World War Through Letters, Poems, Diaries and Fiction

Dec. 18, 2013

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AUSTIN, Texas  In conjunction with the centenary of the start of the First World War, the Harry Ransom Center, a humanities research library and museum at The University of Texas at Austin, presents the exhibition "The World at War, 19141918." The exhibition runs from Feb. 11 through Aug. 3.

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A poet borne from war

May 18, 2012
A poet borne from war

Iraq War veteran Kevin Powers graduates this spring with an M.F.A. in writing amid accolades for his forthcoming novel "The Yellow Birds."

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NPR's "Morning Edition" Reporter Steve Inskeep to Speak about Diversity in Pakistan

April 26, 2012

Event: The South Asia Institute's "Color, Caste, or Creed Embracing Diversity in Pakistan" a talk by Steve Inskeep, host of

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Service and support

Nov. 11, 2011
Thomas M. Hatfield at the Pegasus Bridge in Normandy, France, standing next to a bronze of Major John Howard, British Army

On this Veterans Day, Thomas Hatfield, director of the Briscoe Center's Military History Institute, reminds us that the United States is a country still at war and support for veterans and those serving in the armed forces should continue.

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Non-Military Medically Evacuated Personnel from Iraq, Afghanistan More Likely to Return to Duty, University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy Researcher Says

March 7, 2011

Compared to military members, non-military personnel serving in Iraq and Afghanistan were more likely to be evacuated with non-war injuries, but more likely to return to duty, according to a new study co-authored by a University of Texas at Austin researcher.

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