Linn, Brian individual record
Professor
Positions:
selected publications
Academic Articles8
  • Linn, B. M. (2016). The US Army's Postwar Recoveries. Parameters. 46(1), 13-22.
  • Linn, B. M. (2011). The U.S. armed forces' view of war. DAEDALUS. 140(3), 33-44.
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  • Linn, B. M., & Weigley, R. F. (2002). \"The American Way of War\" Revisited. Journal of Military History. 66(2), 501-501.
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  • Linn, B. M. (1999). The Pulahan campaign: A study in US pacification. WAR IN HISTORY. 6(1), 45-71.
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  • Linn, B. M. (1994). Pretty Scaly Times: The Ohio National Guard and the Railroad Strike of 1877. Ohio history / Ohio Historical Society. 94, 171-181.
Books5
  • Linn, B. M. (2016). Elvis’s Army. Harvard University Press.
  • Linn, B. M. (2009). The Echo of Battle. Harvard University Press.
  • Linn, B. M. (2000). Guardians of Empire The U.S. Army and the Pacific, 1902-1940. Univ of North Carolina Press.
  • Linn, B. M. (2000). The Philippine War, 1899-1902. University Press of Kansas.
Chapters10
  • Linn, B. M. (2015). Assessing the Philippine War. Blanken, L. J., Rothstein, H., & Lepore, J. J. (Eds.), Assessing War The Challenge of Measuring Success and Failure. (pp. 111-126). Georgetown University Press.
  • Linn, B. M. (2012). Before the Quagmire: The US Army and Southeast Asia. Murfett, M. H. (Eds.), Cold War Southeast Asia. (pp. 224-250). Marshall Cavendish International Asia Pte Ltd.
  • Linn, B. M. (2011). Batangas: Ending the Philippine War. Moten, M. (Eds.), Between War and Peace How America Ends Its Wars. (pp. 155-178). Simon and Schuster.
  • Linn, B. M. (2009). The Impact of the Philippine Wars (1898-1913) on the U.S. Army. McCoy, A., & Scarano, F. (Eds.), Colonial Crucible Empire in the Making of the Modern American State. (pp. 460-472). Univ of Wisconsin Press.
  • Linn, B. (2009). The impact of the Philippine wars (1898-1913) on the U.S. Army. Colonial Crucible: Empire in the Making of the Modern American State. (pp. 460-472).
Conference Papers3
  • Linn, B. M. (2011). An American Way of Irregular Warfare?. 45-54.