Volume 1 Issue 2 - The Body at War

Cover date: 

Mar 2008

Martin Hurcombe and Nicola Cooper The body at war: wounds, wounding and the wounded

Paul Hodges ‘They don't like it up 'em!’: Bayonet fetishization in the British Army during the First World War

Ana Carden-Coyne Painful bodies and brutal women: remedial massage, gender relations and cultural agency in military hospitals, 1914–18

Martin Hurcombe Raising the dead: visual representations of the combatant's body in interwar France

Helena Duffy The veteran's wounded body before the mirror: the dialectic of wholeness and disintegration in Andreï Makine's prose

Helen Vassallo Embodied memory: war and the remembrance of wounds in Nina Bouraoui and Leïla Sebbar

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