Understanding the diverse causes and impacts of conflict

The Gregg Centre for the Study of War and Society

One of UNB's distinguished research centres, The Milton F. Gregg Centre for the Study of War and Society is devoted to excellence in the study of war as a complex social phenomenon. With the goal of increasing understanding of the cause, course, and consequence of armed conflict, the Gregg Centre is internationally recognized for its graduate program, undergraduate and graduate teaching, public outreach, popular and scholarly publications, and its expertise in all aspects of modern conflict.


The 104th Regiment of Foot

Latest NBMHP released: NB's 104th Foot in the War of 1812

The 21st volume of the New Brunswick Military Heritage Project: The 104th (New Brunswick) Regiment of Foot in the War of 1812 by John Grodzinski is now available! Get your copy today. More [..]

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Call for Papers: Canada and Joint Multi-National Forces: Balancing Necessity with Fiscal Reality

We are now accepting proposals for our Annual GC-CTC Conference for Feb. 4-5, 2015. This year's conference theme is "Canada and Joint Multi-National Forces: Balancing Necessity with Fiscal Reality." More [..]

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