Table of contents for Gendering war talk / edited by Miriam Cooke and Angela Woollacott.


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Preface
Introduction
Contributors
Pt. IPresenting the Unpresentable
Ch. 1Gendered Translations: Claude Lanzmann's Shoah3
Ch. 2Spectacular Bodies: Gender, Terror, and Argentina's "Dirty War"20
Pt. IIWar Mythopoeia
Ch. 3The Threshold of Thrill: Life Stories in the Skies over Southeast Asia43
Ch. 4Techno-Muscularity and the "Boy Eternal": From the Quagmire to the Gulf67
Pt. IIIHome/Front?
Ch. 5Notes toward a Feminist Peace Politics109
Ch. 6Sisters and Brothers in Arms: Family, Class, and Gendering in World War I Britain128
Ch. 7Daughtering in War: Two "Case Studies" from Mexico and Guatemala148
Pt. IVEngendering Language
Ch. 8[WO]-man, Retelling the War Myth177
Ch. 9Not So Quiet in No-Woman's-Land205
Ch. 10Wars, Wimps, and Women: Talking Gender and Thinking War227
Pt. VThe Politics of Representation
Ch. 11Sexual Fantasies and War Memories: Claude Simon's Narratology249
Ch. 12Danger on the Home Front: Motherhood, Sexuality, and Disabled Veterans in American Postwar Films260
Pt. VIInterpretive Essay
Ch. 13The Bomb's Womb and the Genders of War (War Goes on Preventing Women from Becoming the Mothers of Invention)283
Postscript317
Select Bibliography327
Index329


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: War and society, Peace Social aspects, Sex role