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La France en Chantant: The Rhetorical Construction of French Identity in Songs of the Resistance Movement
During the German Occupation from 1940 to 1944, members of the French Resistance sang folk songs to legitimize their movement in the face of widespread support for collaboration and brutal policeExpand
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Crafty Capitalism: Elbert Hubbard and the Selling of American Vaudeville
This essay analyzes Elbert Hubbard’s 1911 Orpheum Vaudeville as I Have Found It, a nationally distributed advertisement for the Orpheum vaudeville circuit. While historians have argued that producersExpand
Songs of Our Fathers: Gender and Nationhood at the Liberation of France
Abstract: The experiences of defeat and occupation by Germany and liberation by the Allies wrought considerable gender damage upon France during the Second World War. In this essay, I examineExpand
Soldiers and Scholars: Evaluating Female Engagement Teams in the War in Afghanistan
Abstract The War in Afghanistan inaugurated a shifting gender climate among all levels of the U.S. military. Counterinsurgency demanded that soldiers attempt to win “hearts and minds” of localExpand
Response to Skoniecki's Analysis