A place for scholars and educators pursuing interdisciplinary historical studies of violence
The Histories of Violence Collective is a dynamic, interdisciplinary, and pan-institutional intellectual home for scholars who study histories of violence. This subfield is multi/inter-disciplinary, drawn from work in departments of History, American Studies, Ethnic Studies, Literary Studies, Performance Studies, and others. Our work collectively explores histories of state, community, and interpersonal violence; racial and colonial violence; war and militarism; and global and imperial dimensions of violence.
Image attribution: Otto Dix, Stormtroopers Advancing Under Gas (1924), Collection of the National Gallery of Australia