Volume 3 Issue 2 - War, Culture, Technology

Cover date: 

Aug 2010

Martin Hurcombe Introduction: War, culture, technology

Jonathan Black Manifold instruments of carnage: Images of weapons technology and imaginings of World War I combat in Charles Sargeant Jagger's Royal Artillery Memorial, London (192125)

Marguerite Helmers Iconic images of wounded soldiers by Henry Tonks

Stephen Sale Mobilization or distraction? Friedrich Kittler's media theoretical reading of Ernst Jnger

Tim Cole Military presences, civilian absences: Battling nature at the Sennybridge Training Area, 19402008

Alena Papayanis Everybody's coming back a hero: Reflections and deflections of heroism in the Gulf

Gilly Carr The slowly healing scars of occupation

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