Category Archives: Hirsch, Marianne

Gendering War Talk

A discussion of Gendering War Talk, a new collection of essays about gender, the military, and American culture. 672 – Gendering War Talk

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Commentary on Mother’ Day; Arts Theatrical, Arts Medical

A commentary about Mother’s Day.; A discussion of Brownstein’s account of stardom and 19th-century French theatre, Tragic Muse: Rachel of the Comedie-Francaise. Edward Cohen discusses Henley’s in Hospital, his chronicle of poetry and the medical arts in Victorian England. 658 … Continue reading

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Visual Cultures

Marianne Hirsch discusses her study of family pictures and cultural narrative. Temma Kaplan talks about her new book, Red City, Blue Period, an account of politics and culture in early 20th-century Barcelona. 655 – Visual Cultures

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