Lamberson Presents Her Work at the OAH
April 11, 2014
Dr. Christine Lamberson recently spoke at the annual meeting of the Organization of American Historians about the legacies and consequences of the My Lai Massacre for military policy and public opinion. Her talk, American War Crimes: The My Lai Massacre in American Military Policy was part of a panel titled: Boundless War: The Legal, Military, and Psychological Effects of the Vietnam War Across Time and Space. The talk discussed how the military revised its training after the My Lai Massacre, how the public responded to the prosecution of one massacre participant, and the memory of the massacre.