Karen Hagemann’s Research Interests, continued

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Currently she is preparing as the general editor the Oxford Handbook on Gender, War and the Western World since 1600. Her co-editors are Dirk Bönker, Stefan Dudink and Sonya Rose. The collection, which will be published by Oxford University Press, will investigate how gender, an amalgam of ideals and practices that give meaning to and socially differentiate male and female, contributed to the shaping of warfare and the military culture and was at the same time transformed by them. It is related to the interdisciplinary Duke-UNC Gender, War and Culture Series and the UNC Digital Humanities Project of the Online Bibliography, Filmography and Webography “Gender, War and the Western World since 1600”. Furthermore, she started to work on a new monograph titled Forgotten: Women and the Military in the Age of World Wars.

Together with Rafe Blaufarb and Alan Forrest she is also the editor of the Palgrave Macmillan Series “War, Culture and Society, 1750–1850.”

Her earlier book publications include:

Authored Books

  • “Mannlicher Muth und Teutsche Ehre”. Nation, Militär und Geschlecht zur Zeit der Antinapoleonischen Kriege Preußens (Schöningh, 2002)
  • Frauenalltag und Männerpolitik. Alltagsleben und gesellschaftliches Handeln von Arbeiterfrauen in der Weimarer Republik (JHW. Dietz. Nachf., 1990)

Edited Books

Audio Media

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