Routledge Histories: The Routledge History of Gender, War, and the U.S. Military

Editor: Dixon Vuic, Kara
Publication Year: 2018
Publisher: Routledge

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-1-13-890298-5
Category: History - United States -- History
Image Count: 11
Book Status: Available
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The Routledge History of Gender, War, and the U.S. Military is the first examination of the interdisciplinary, intersecting fields of gender studies and the history of the United States military.

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Table of Contents

  • List of Contributors
  • Acknowledgements
  • Introduction
  • PART I Military Manpower: Gender, Service, and Citizenship in American History
  • 1 The Shared Language of Gender in Colonial North American Warfare - Ann M. Little
  • 2 Citizen-Soldiers in the Revolutionary Era and New Republic - John Gilbert McCurdy
  • 3 Beyond Borders and Combatants: Wars of Empire and Expansion - Karen E. Phoenix
  • 4 Beyond the Brothers’ War: Gender and the American Civil War - Carole Emberton
  • 5 Gee! I Wish I Were a Man: Gender and the Great War - Andrew J. Huebner
  • 6 “The Women Behind the Men Behind the Gun”: Gendered Identities and Militarization in the Second World War - Sarah Parry Myers
  • 7 Homophobia, Housewives, and Hyper-Masculinity: Gender and American Policymaking in the Nuclear Age - Matthew W. Dunne
  • 8 Gentle Warriors, Gunslingers, and Girls Next Door: Gender and the Vietnam War - Heather Marie Stur
  • 9 Transitioning to an All-Volunteer Force - Melissa T. Brown
  • 10 9/11, Gender, and Wars without End - Anna Froula
  • PART II Mobilizing Gender in the Service of War
  • 11 Gender as a Cause of War - Robert Dean
  • 12 Gendering the “Enemy” and Gendering the “Ally”: United States Militarized Fictions of War and Peace - Tessa Ong Winkelmann
  • 13 Gender and American Foreign Relations - Molly M. Wood
  • 14 Gender and Militarism in U.S. Culture during the Long Twentieth Century - David Kieran
  • PART III Gender, Sexuality, and Military Engagements
  • 15 “Patriotism Is Neither Masculine nor Feminine”: Gender and the Work of War - Charissa Threat
  • 16 U.S. Military Personnel and Families Abroad: Gender, Sexuality, Race, and Power in the U.S. Military's Relations with Foreign Nations and Local Inhabitants during Wartime - Donna Alvah
  • 17 Homos, Whores, Rapists, and the Clap: American Military Sexuality Since the Revolutionary War - Donna B. Knaff
  • 18 Rape, Reform, and Reaction: Gender and Sexual Violence in the U.S. Military - Elizabeth L. Hillman and Kate Walsham
  • PART IV Gendered Aftermaths
  • 19 To Recognize Those Who Served: Gendered Analyses of Veterans’ Policies, Representations, and Experiences - Jessica L. Adler
  • 20 Best Men, Broken Men: Gender, Disability, and American Veterans - Sarah Handley-Cousins
  • 21 The Covert and Hidden Memory of Gender - G. Kurt Piehler
  • Conclusion