At war: The Military and American Culture in the Twentieth Century and Beyond
The country's wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, its interventions around the world, and its global military presence make war, the military, and militarism defining features of contemporary American life. The armed services and the wars they fight shape all aspects of life--from the formation of racial and gendered identities to debates over environmental and immigration policy. Warfare and the military are ubiquitous in popular culture. At War offers short, accessible essays addressing the central issues in the new military history--ranging from diplomacy and the history of imperialism to the environmental issues that war raises and the ways that war shapes and is shaped by discourses of identity, to questions of who serves in the U.S. military and why and how U.S. wars have been represented in the media and in popular culture.
Military and Veterans Studies | Military History
Citation for published book
Kieran, David, and Edwin A. Martini. At War: The Military and American Culture in the Twentieth Century and Beyond. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press. 2018.
Martini, Edwin A., "At war: The Military and American Culture in the Twentieth Century and Beyond" (2018). All Books and Monographs by WMU Authors. 729.