History 297

Immigrant Women

Donna Gabaccia’s Immigrant Women: Nowhere at Home?, explores the reasons why the studies of immigrant women are compiled in a myriad of interdisciplinary fields and independent disciplines. However, these fields and disciplines of immigrant women face more marginality and less Read more…

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History 297

Hypen Nation

        Chapter one of Roots Too, Hyphen Nation explores the notion of ‘ethnicity’  and its effect on American culture over time. The author first uses the presidency of John F. Kennedy in demonstrating and glamorizing ‘ethnicity’ in Read more…

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History 297

Military Histories Old and New

            Robert M. Citino’s Military Histories Old and New: A Reintroduction talks about the change from ‘old’ to ‘new’ military history. Citino describes ‘old’ military history as a narrow battlefield analysis, while ‘new’ military history is described as an interface Read more…

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History 297

Historical Awareness

            Historical Awareness is a term that loosely means that we (the public) are historians. History like memory is constantly recording, organizing, and understanding data that gives us our identity over time. It also means Read more…

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