“Heroism and Gender in War Films,” co-edited by Karen A. Ritzenhoff and Jakub Kazecki

“A timely collection of essays, bringing together a cluster of historical and contemporary chartings of unmapped territory in the interface between cinema and representations of war.” — Elisabeth Bronfen, author of Specters of War: Hollywood’s Engagment with Military Conflict

“Filmic constructions of war heroism have a profound impact on public perceptions of conflicts. Here, contributors examine the ways motifs of gender and heroism in war films are used to justify ideological positions, shape the understanding of the military conflicts, support political agendas and institutions, and influence collective memory.”  — The Publisher

“Brian E. Crim, Lynchburg College, USA Janis L. Goldie, Huntington University, Canada Tara Karajica, University of Barcelona, Spain Jinhua Li, University of North Carolina Ashville, USA Tiel Lundy, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA Rochelle Sara Miller, New York University, USA Lesley C. Pleasant, University of Evansville, USA Janet S. Robinson, Philipps University in Marburg, Germany Clémentine Tholas-Disset, Paris Est Créteil University, France Jessica Wells, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA Debra White-Stanley, Keene State College, USA Hye Seung Chung, Colorado State University, USA Charles-Antoine Courcoux, University of Lausanne, Switzerland Anna Froula, East Carolina University, USA”  — The Publisher

Dr. Karen A. Ritzenhoff, Professor, Department of Communication, Central Connecticut State University.  Co-Chair, the Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program, as well as Cinema Studies and the Honors Program.  Co-editor, The Handmaid’s Tale:  Teaching Dystopia, Feminism, and Resistance Across Disciplines and Borders.  — CCSU

Published by Loga Michelle Odom @Odomanian

Founder/Host, Reading Changes Lives; Former Senior Producer, OUR COMMON GROUND Media / TruthWorks Network / If America Fails?: The Coming Tyranny

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