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Arms and the Woman: Just Warriors and Greek Feminist Identity

"Poulos explores the intersections of militarism, nationalism, and feminism, during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. She argues that the essentially ambiguous nationalist imagery of a woman warrior has not been entirely efficient in the women's emancipation agenda. The result is "an ambitious, interesting, and successful dissertation.""

Author(s):  Poulos, Margaret
Format:  Book
Publisher:  Gutenberg-e
Publication City:  New York