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Gender and conflict since 1914 : historical and interdisciplinary perspectives / edited by Ana Carden-Coyne
New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2012
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 3rd Floor  JZ6405.W66 G46 2012    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Women and war -- History -- 20th century
Women and the military -- History -- 20th century
Physical Description xi, 185 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 174-181) and index
Contents Introduction: Gender and conflict since 1914: historical and interdisciplinary perspectives / Ana Carden-Coyne -- Gendered experiences of civilian internment during the First World War: a forgotten dimension of wartime violence / Matthew Stibbe -- Defending the home(land): gendering civil defense from the First World War to the 'War on Terror' / Lucy Noakes and Susan R. Grayzel -- Men refusing to be violent: manliness and military conscientious objection, 1914 to the present day / Lois S. Bibbings -- Trespassing on the 'trench-fighter's story': (re)-imagining the female combatant of the First World War / Libby Murphy -- Courage, conflict and activism: transnational feminist peace movements, 1900 to the present day / Laurie R. Cohen -- Gendering the politics of war wounds since 1914 / Ana Carden-Coyne -- The not dead: war disability in film and literature from the First World War to the present / Jessica Meyer -- Emotional women and frail men: gendered diagnostics from shellshock to PTSD, 1914-2010 / Hazel Croft -- Masculinities, ethnicities and the Terrorist in Cyprus (1950-1959) and the War on Terror (2001-) / Gabriel Koureas -- Where the boys are: militarization, sexuality and Red Cross donut dollies in the Vietnam War / Kara Dixon Vuic -- 'I was one of the better interrogators': gender performativity, identity transformation and the female military intelligence officer in the Iraq War / Phoebe C. Godfrey
Series Gender and history (Palgrave Macmillan (Firm))
Alternate Author Carden-Coyne, Ana

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