Kevin McCranie | Professor of Comparative Strategy, U.S. Naval War College

On Wednesday, October 12, the Clements Center for National Security will host Kevin McCranie, Professor of Comparative Strategy at the U.S. Naval War College, for a book talk on his recent release Mahan, Corbett, and the Foundations of Naval Strategic Thought. Join us at 12:15 pm in SRH 3.122, The LBJ School of Public Affairs.

Professor Kevin D. McCranie, the Philip A. Crowl Professor of Comparative Strategy, specializes in maritime history and strategy. His publications focus on warfare at sea, navies, sea power and joint operations during the age of sail. He is the author of “Mahan, Corbett, and the Foundations of Naval Strategic Thought;” “Admiral Lord Keith and the Naval War against Napoleon;” as well as “Utmost Gallantry: The U.S. and Royal Navies at Sea in the War of 1812.” His articles have appeared in Naval History, The Journal of Military History, the Naval War College Review and The Northern Mariner.

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