Home Front Studies

Home Front Studies

Edited by James J. Kimble

ISSN 0000-0000

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New Journal Coming in 2021
This interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal explores the concept of the home front, broadly considered, in times of war, civil war, and similar conflicts from the late nineteenth century to the present day. As such, its focus is not on battles, military leadership and training, theaters of conflict, or war strategies. Rather, the journal looks at the role of art, citizenship, culture, discrimination, finance, gender, identity, music, morale, propaganda, resistance, society, and other factors as experienced by civilians on the home front.

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Editor, James J. Kimble, Professor of Communication and the Arts, Seton Hall University
Reviews Editor, Pearl James, Associate Professor of English, University of Kentucky

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