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Dialogues on the Experience of War

  • National Guard Armory/Joint Military and Family Assistance Center 1048 U.S. Highway 206 Bordentown, NJ 08505 (map)

Who Should Attend?
Active duty, guard, reserve, veterans, family members, and those working in military and veteran service organizations.

What are the Discussion Points?

Presenter-led guided discussions will cover topics such as reintegration, PTSD, suicide, military training, logistics, and family separation. Gain insight from one another during the group discussions.

Who is Presenting the Workshop?
Thomas Edison State University, its Heavin School of Arts and Sciences and its Office of Military and Veteran Education are proud to present this free two-day workshop.

Why Should I Attend?
Historically, military personnel and their families have experienced challenges when reintegrating into civilian society following military service, particularly in times of war.

Engaging with those who have experienced similar challenges and those responsible for providing vital services to veterans is important to overcoming these challenges.

A study of the humanities provides insight and perspectives on a variety of these experiences.

The workshop provides networking opportunities and links to veteran service organizations.