Perspectives on War: The Front (e-journal issue of InterCulture)
InterCulture's latest issue entitled "Perspectives on War: The Front" (January 2008) is now online.
Essays in this issue include: Dinah Zeiger's "See It Now, the Atomic Drug Store and Las Vegas: At Home in the Cold War", Ken MacLeish's "Playing War", Marc Lafleur's "The Bomb and the Bombshell: The Body as Virtual Battlefront", Christina Weber's "Conceptualizing the Embodied Front: An Analysis of Born on the Fourth of July", Christian Noll's "Narratives: The Front Line of Identity Politics", and Bogdan Trifunovic's "Perceptions of the Front By Serbian Civilians During the First World War, 1914 - 1918".
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