1st Edition

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





ISBN 9780367234577
Published April 15, 2019 by Routledge
380 Pages - 10 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

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. In twenty-one original essays, the contributors tackle themes including gendering the "other," gender and war disability, gender and sexual violence, gender and American foreign relations, and veterans and soldiers in the public imagination, and lay out a chronological examination of gender and America’s wars from the American Revolution to Iraq. This important collection is essential reading for all those interested in how the military has influenced America's views and experiences of gender.

Table of Contents

Section 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, 1947-1963 – Matthew H. Dunne
  8. Gentle Warriors, Gunslingers, and Girls Next Door: Gender and the Vietnam War
  9. Heather Marie Stur

  10. Transitioning to an All-Volunteer Force – Melissa T. Brown
  11. 9/11, Gender and Wars without End – Anna Froula
  12. Section II: Mobilizing Gender in the Service of War

  13. Gender as a Cause of War – Robert Dean
  14. Gendering the "Enemy" and Gendering the "Ally:" United States Militarized Fictions of War and Peace – Tessa Winkelmann
  15. Gender and American Foreign Relations – Molly M. Wood
  16. Gender and Militarism in U.S. Culture During the Long Twentieth Century – David Kieran
  17. Section III: Gender Sexuality and Military Engagements

  18. "Patriotism is Neither Masculine nor Feminine:" Gender and the Work of War – Charissa Threat
  19. 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
  20. "Homos," "Whores," Rapists, and the Clap: American Military Sexuality Since the Revolutionary War: Donna B. Knaff
  21. Rape, Reform, and the Reaction: Gender and Sexual Violence in the U.S. Military Elizabeth L. Hillman and Kate Walsham
  22. Section IV: Gendered Aftermaths

  23. To Recognize Those who Served: Gendered Analyses of Veterans’ Policies, Representations, and Experiences – Jessica L. Adler
  24. Best Men, Broken Men: Gender, Disability, and American Veterans – Sarah Handley-Cousins
  25. The Covert and Hidden Memory of Gender – Kurt Piehler

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Biography

Kara Dixon Vuic is the LCpl. Benjamin W. Schmidt Professor of War, Conflict, and Society in Twentieth-Century America at Texas Christian University.