Naval Academy Announces a “Hybrid” McMullen Naval History Symposium for 2021

The Naval Academy History Department’s biennial McMullen Naval History Symposium is reputedly the largest and most influential event of its kind in the US, if not in the world. This year, confronted by the vagaries and realities of the COVID-19 / Delta variant pandemic, Symposium organizers Doctor Virginia Lunsford, Associate Professor, and CDR Stan Fisher, PhD, Assistant Professor, will mount a hybrid Symposium on Thursday and Friday, 23 and 24 September 2021. That is, attendees and presenters can attend either in-person, or remotely.

The Society’s 3-paper panel is scheduled for the late afternoon session on Friday the 24th. All presenters will be remote, but the panel Chair, RADM Fred Sanford, MC, USN (Ret) hopes to be our in-person presence.

Symposium registration is free, here on the McMullen webpage. Just scroll down and follow the prompts. Be sure to peruse the wide range of panels available, unfortunately not all at one time! It promises to be an amazing event.

About thomaslsnyder

Retired urological surgeon and navy reservist. Writing the history of the Navy's first hospital on the U S west coast, at Mare Island, California. Founder and Executive Director, the Society for the History of Navy Medicine. Founder and Coordinator of the Albany Base Hospital No. 33 Society, a military affinity group at Albany Medical College, my alma mater. Past Commander of the San Francisco Commandery of the Naval Order of the United States and founder and past Commander of the Naval Order's "virtual" Continental Commandery. Naval Order Ship's Store manager and Assistant Treasurer General. Member of the Solano County (California) Historical Records Commission.
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