This intriguing volume demonstrates how marginalized groups’ identities and experiences were shaped by the hegemonic white, masculine warrior image. The essays are well-researched and simply fascinating.
This book sheds light on what people see as the normal hero, while at the same time showing that there are many other deserving people that are heroes and don’t get the same recognition.
Natives and Europeans in the Colonial Floridas, 1513-1783
Black Soldiers, Internationalism, and the Transformation of American Cinema
The Military and American Culture in the Twentieth Century and Beyond
Edited by David Kieran and Edwin A. Martini Contributions by David Kieran, Edwin A. Martini, Sahr Conway-Lanz, Stefan Aune, Nick Witham, Mark R. Wilson, Jennifer Mittelstadt, Christopher Hamner, Wilbur J. Scott, Jana K. Lipman, Christine Knauer, Kara Dixon Vuic, John M. Kinder, Richard P. Tucker, Susan L. Carruthers, Bonnie M. Miller, Scott Laderman, G. Kurt Piehler, Katherine Ellison and William Watson
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