By Billie Melman
Drawing on quite a lot of fabrics, from executive coverage and propaganda to subversive trench journalism and function, from fiction, drama and picture to the list of activists in quite a few events and in a number of international locations, Borderlines weaves jointly the research of gender with that of the evolution of nationalism and colonialism. Its vast, comparative point of view will rechart the warfare reviews and identities of ladies and males in this interval of transformation from peace to struggle, and back to peace.
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Borderlines: Genders and Identities in War and Peace 1870-1930 by Billie Melman