Dr. William N. Still, Jr., founder of ECU's Program in Maritime Studies ('81) and Director of the Program until his retirement in 1997, has authored a new book, "Victory Without Peace: The United States Navy in European Waters, 1919-1924." The book will be published by the Naval Institute Press and will be available January 2017. To read more, visit the publisher's website.
Dr. Margaret Bauer will appear on "North Carolina Bookwatch" to talk about her book, "A Study of Scarletts." The episode will air Sunday, July 24 at Noon on UNC-TV, with an encore broadcast Thursday, July 28 at 5 p.m. Shortly after broadcast, the episode will be available online.
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