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March 20, 2020

Thanks to Alissa Simon, HMU Tutor, for today’s post.

Dr. Deborah Deacon, a former Dean of Harrison Middleton University, co-authored a book entitled A Century in Uniform; Military Women in American Films, published earlier this year. Stacy Fowler and Dr. Deacon’s book dedicates a chapter to each decade (or so) since the introduction of film. They selected films that depict a woman in the military in some form or other.

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May 15, 2015

Many thanks to Dr. Jim Thurman, HMU alumnus, for today’s book review. It originally appeared in HMU’s May 2015 newsletter.

Whitfield, Donald H., ed. Standing Down: From Warrior to Civilian. Chicago: Great Books Foundation, 2013. Print.

You are Odysseus! Ah, dear child! I could not see you until now… -The Odyssey, Book 19

Reading histories of the world’s various nations and peoples,

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