Mid-Day Muster with Dr. Rob Havers
Reassessing the Japanese POW Experience: The Changi POW Camp, 1942-45
The Mid-Day Muster series aims to create conversations about military topics through brief lectures in a more informal setting. Lectures will feature scholars, authors, educators and representatives from like-minded institutions who will speak for 15-20 minutes to foster a dialogue between the lecturer and audience. This series will not be broadcast or recorded and is available to Museum & Library MEMBERS ONLY.
- Lunch begins at 12:00pm
- Lecture begins at 12:15pm
- Event concludes at 12:45 pm
Ticket cost ($30) includes lunch.
Dr. Rob Havers became President & CEO of the Pritzker Military Museum & Library in February 2019. He came to his post from his previous position as President of the George C. Marshall Foundation in Lexington, Virginia. The Marshall Foundation includes a museum and a research library and archive all similar components to the structure of the Pritzker Military Museum & Library. He is the author of several articles and books. His Ph.D. thesis, “Reassessing the Japanese POW Experience: The Changi POW Camp, 1942-45,” was published as a book in 2003 and subsequently reissued in paperback in 2013.
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