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An unladylike profession : American women war correspondents in World War I / Chris Dubbs ; foreword by Judy Woodruff.

Dubbs, Chris (Military historian), (author.). Woodruff, Judy, (writer of foreword.).

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Memorial Library of Nazareth and Vicinity 070.4 DUB 2020 (Text) 31001101800978 Adult Non Fiction Checked Out 09/30/2020

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781640123069
  • ISBN: 1640123067
  • Physical Description: xviii, 326 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
  • Publisher: [Lincoln, Nebraska] : Potomac Books, an imprint of the University of Nebraska Press, [2020]

Content descriptions

Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Introduction -- Mary Boyle O'Reilly, first on the scene -- Among the first reporters -- The Saturday Evening Post's women's war -- Novelist journalists -- Status of women in warring countries -- And the war dragged on -- On other fronts -- War and revolution in Russia -- Covering American involvement -- After the fighting -- Appendix: Journalists mentioned in An unladylike profession.
Summary, etc.:
"Chris Dubbs tells the dramatic stories of more than thirty women who traveled to Europe to write about World War I for America's newspapers and magazines"-- Provided by publisher.
When World War I began, war reporting was a thoroughly masculine bastion of journalism. But that did not stop dozens of women reporters from stepping into the breach, defying gender norms and official restrictions to establish roles for themselves-- and to write new kinds of narratives about women and war. Dubbs tells of more than thirty American women who worked as war reporters. The stories by these journalists brought in women from the periphery of war and made them active participants-- fully engaged and equally heroic, if bearing different burdens and making different sacrifices. Their experiences also brought them into contact with social transformations, political unrest, labor conditions, campaigns for women's rights, and the rise of revolutionary socialism. -- adapted from jacket
Subject: World War, 1914-1918 > Press coverage > United States.
Women war correspondents > United States > Biography.
Women journalists > United States > Biography.

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