We are pleased to host a panel of Vietnam veterans to discuss the significance of the Vietnam War, both personally and for America’s place in the world. The panelists will reflect on their own experience in the war and how it shaped their post-war understandings of American politics and foreign policy. They will also add insights on Burns and Novick’s recent PBS documentary about the war and highlight lessons that Americans should have learned from this consequential period in U.S. history.
Reception immediately following for Fellows Members ($1,000) of FPRI.
For more information, contact Rachel Hemler at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 215-732-3774 ext. 112.
Walter A. McDougall - Walter A. McDougall is the Ginsburg-Satell Chair of FPRI's Center for the Study of America and the West. He is also the Co-Chair of FPRI’s Madeleine and W.W. Keen Butcher History Institute, Chairman of FPRI Board of Advisors, and sits on the Board of Editors for FPRI’s journal, Orbis. He is the Alloy-Ansin Professor of International Relations and Professor of History at the University of Pennsylvania.
Michael M. Novakovic - Michael M. Novakovic was born in Yugoslavia but his family left under duress. He eventually came to the United States, where he attended Syracuse University and joined ROTC. He served with the US Ai...