Professor Lloyd Clark is Head of Academic Research at the Centre for Army Leadership, the British Army’s custodian of leadership debate, thinking and doctrine, and Professor of Modern War Studies at the University of Buckingham’s Humanities Research Institute.
Lloyd has lectured around the world to various universities, military institutions and think tanks and his publications include books on the First and Second World Wars as well as more recent conflicts including the Falklands, Iraq and Afghanistan. His numerous academic papers reflect his research interests in leadership and command; military lesson learning; training and education; the development of strategy and the conduct of operations.
He is currently writing a book with the working title: ‘Generals: Strategic Leadership in War and Peace since 1900′ which draw on his recent lecture to the new British Army Generalship Course. Lloyd is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, a Managing Trustee Airborne Assault Normandy Trust, a member of British Commission for Military History and is on the Editorial Advisory and Review Board of the peer review journal’Global War Studies’.