Home Front Studies 01:1

Home Front Studies 01:1

Edited by James J. Kimble

Table Of Contents

Volume 1 Number 1


Editor’s Welcome
James J. Kimble

Did Fake News Unite the Home Front behind a War with Spain? A Reconsideration of US Press Coverage, 1895–1898
Bonnie M. Miller

“Spending Ourselves and Our Money”: The Red Cross and the Management of Civilian Commitment in Australia, 1914–1918
Bart Ziino

“Like His Dad”: Epistolic Constructions of American Children in World War II
Christina M. Knopf

Finding a Path Forward: Reflections on Forty Years of Studying the Home Front
Allan M. Winkler

Thomas Howell, Soldiers of the Pen: The Writers’ War Board in World War II
Greg Barnhisel

Kara Dixon Vuic, The Girls Next Door: Bringing the Home Front to the Front Lines
Susan M. Hartmann

Ross Caputi, Richard Hil, and Donna Mulhearn, The Sacking of Fallujah: A People’s History
Stacey Peebles

Colleen Glenney Boggs, Patriotism by Proxy: The Civil War Draft and the Cultural Formation of Citizen-Soldiers, 1863–1865
Brian Matthew Jordan

Steven Trout, The Vietnam Veterans Memorial at Angel Fire: War, Remembrance, and an American Tragedy
G. Kurt Piehler