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Contents Introduction Robert Eberwein 1 Genre The Greatness and Significance of All Quiet on the Western Front Alfred Kelly 33 The World War II Combat Film: Definition Jeanine Basinger 42 Auteurism and War-teurism: Terrence Malick's War Movie Dana Polan 74 Race Race and Nation in Glory Robert Burgoyne 87 Home of the Brave Michael Rogin 113 Represented in the Margins: Images of African American Soldiers in Vietnam War Combat Films Brian J. Woodman 127 Gender Masculinity on the Front: John Huston's The Red Badge of Courage (1951) Revisited Guerric DeBona 167 The Reagan Hero: Rambo Susan Jeffords 206 Do We Get to Lose This Time? Revising the Vietnam War Film Tania Modleski 229 Soldiers' Stories: Women and Military Masculinities in Courage Under Fire Yvonne Tasker 254 History Rehearsing Feminism: Women/History in The Life and Times of Rosie the Riveter and Swing Shift Mimi White 284 Saving Private Ryan and American Triumphalism Albert Auster 299 The New War Movies as Moral Rearmament: Black Hawk Down and We Were Soldiers Thomas Doherty 311 Selected Bibliography 322 Contributors 327
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: War films History and criticism