Please note this event was rescheduled from Friday, March 2 to Friday, March 9 due to weather.
Join us for a free lecture and reception on Friday, March 9 at the Institute of World Politics (1521 16th Street Northwest) with Dr. Wayne E. Lee. Dr. Lee is the Dowd Distinguished Professor of History at UNC, where he also chairs the Curriculum in Peace, War, and Defense.
Please register for the lecture and reception separately, attendance at either or both is welcome.
Lecture | 4 – 5:30 p.m.
Reaping the Rewards: How the Governor, Priest, Taxman, and Garrison Secure Victory in World History
In this sweeping romp through world military history, strategy, and logistics, Dr. Lee explores the “four pillars” of conquest (the titular governor, priest, tax man and garrison) and he then compares how those same pillars worked in non-state societies on the Eurasian steppe and in the Native American woodlands.
Reception | 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
IWP welcomes all UNC-Chapel Hill and PWAD alumni to a light cocktail reception directly following Dr. Wayne Lee’s lecture, Reaping the Rewards: How the Governor, the Priest, the Taxman, and the Garrison Secure Victory in World History.