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Daniel Franke, Ph.D.
serves as an Assistant Professor in the Military Division, Department of History, where he has taught military and medieval history for the past two years. Dr. Franke recently received his doctorate from the University of Rochester for his dissertation, “Beyond the Medieval Military Revolution: Robert Ufford, Earl of Suffolk, and the Wars of England 1298-1369.” He specializes in the analysis of social-military networks, conceptual frameworks for the use of force, and paradigms of change and innovation in military power. He currently has several articles in preparation on these topics, and is co-editing two volumes on ideologies of war and violence in the late medieval world. For the Network Science Center, he is leading a project on network analysis, information flow, and decision-making in the American Civil War.