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by Nina Silber,Catherine Clinton

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Author:
Nina Silber,Catherine Clinton
ISBN13:
978-0195174458
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0195174453
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Oxford University Press (February 23, 2006)
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Civil War historians are already in debt to Catherine Clinton and Nina Silber for their groundbreaking collection Divided Houses. This is most assuredly another 'must read' for anyone seeking fresh and fascinating insight into the Civil War and its lasting aftermath.

Civil War historians are already in debt to Catherine Clinton and Nina Silber for their groundbreaking collection Divided Houses. Catherine Clinton is a historian and the author of many titles, including Harriet Tubman: The Road to Freedom.

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Catherine Clinton and Nina Silber's path-breaking 1992 compilation, Divided Houses: Gender and the Civil War, critically evaluated the Civil War's impact on conceptions of gender

Catherine Clinton and Nina Silber's path-breaking 1992 compilation, Divided Houses: Gender and the Civil War, critically evaluated the Civil War's impact on conceptions of gender. Continuing in that tradition, Battle Scars offers new interpretations in this line of inquiry by bringing together a variety of essays that consider not just the experiences of men and women, but gender as a social construct that focuses on "the cultural and ideological systems that have shaped the behavior of both men and women, and the interaction between the Civil War and.

Catherine Clinton, Nina Silber. Over a decade ago, the publication of Divided Houses ushered in a new field of scholarship on gender and the Civil War. Following in its wake, Battle Scars showcases insights from award-winning historians as well as emerging scholars. This volume depicts the ways in which gender, race, nationalism, religion, literary culture, sexual mores, and even epidemiology underwent radical transformations from when Americans went to war in 1861 through Reconstruction.

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By Catherine Clinton, Nina Silber. Battle Scars: Gender and Sexuality in the American Civil War. By Catherine Clinton, Nina Silber. Examining the interplay among such phenomena as racial stereotypes, sexual violence, trauma, and notions of masculinity, Battle Scars represents the best new scholarship on men and women in the North and South and highlights how lives were transformed by this era of tumultuous change.

Role of women in the civil war Ultimately, many women served as war relief workers and participated in many war relief efforts and activities

Role of women in the civil war Ultimately, many women served as war relief workers and participated in many war relief efforts and activities. They formed sewing circles and made clothing for soldiers and through charity drives they managed to gather medical supplies, food and bedding for the military camps and hospitals. Women also took active roles in holding fundraisers and charity events such as the sanitary fair which was held in Chicago in 1873. These fairs raised enough money to cater for food, weaponry, medicine and equipments that were needed in the war.

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Catherine Clinton is the Denman Professor of American History at the University of Texas at San Antonio

Catherine Clinton is the Denman Professor of American History at the University of Texas at San Antonio. She specializes in American History, with an emphasis on the history of the South, the American Civil War, American women, and African American history. Clinton grew up in Kansas City, Missouri, where she graduated from the Sunset Hill School in 1969. Thereafter, she studied sociology and African-American History at Harvard University (Lowell House), graduating in 1973.

Saved in: Other Authors: Clinton, Catherine, 1952- Silber, Nina. Format: Book Electronic. Published: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2006. Subjects: Sex role United States History 19th century.

Over a decade ago, the publication of Divided Houses ushered in a new field of scholarship on gender and the Civil War. Following in its wake, Battle Scars showcases insights from award-winning historians as well as emerging scholars. This volume depicts the ways in which gender, race, nationalism, religion, literary culture, sexual mores, and even epidemiology underwent radical transformations from when Americans went to war in 1861 through Reconstruction. Examining the interplay among such phenomena as racial stereotypes, sexual violence, trauma, and notions of masculinity, Battle Scars represents the best new scholarship on men and women in the North and South and highlights how lives were transformed by this era of tumultuous change.
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