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Creating G.I. Jane: Sexuality and Power in the Women's Army Corps During World War II

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A compelling indictment of the social issues surrounding the Women's Army Corps in the 1940s. A compelling indictment of the social issues surrounding the Women's Army Corps in the 1940s.


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A compelling indictment of the social issues surrounding the Women's Army Corps in the 1940s. A compelling indictment of the social issues surrounding the Women's Army Corps in the 1940s.

30 review for Creating G.I. Jane: Sexuality and Power in the Women's Army Corps During World War II

  1. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca Crunden

    ⤑ research tag: in an effort to organise my shelves, I'm going to be labelling the books I'm using for study purposes as I tend to dip in and out of these. ⤑ research tag: in an effort to organise my shelves, I'm going to be labelling the books I'm using for study purposes as I tend to dip in and out of these.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Elia Winters

    I've been interested in reading this full book version since reading Meyer's original dissertation paper, and there's great content herein. A thoughtful analysis of the complex "female soldier" identity developed with the creation of the WAAC/WAC, specifically the societal pressure to maintain traditional gender norms even in this context that must inherently subvert them. I read this specifically to better understand the experiences of queer women, and while Meyer does devote a whole chapter to I've been interested in reading this full book version since reading Meyer's original dissertation paper, and there's great content herein. A thoughtful analysis of the complex "female soldier" identity developed with the creation of the WAAC/WAC, specifically the societal pressure to maintain traditional gender norms even in this context that must inherently subvert them. I read this specifically to better understand the experiences of queer women, and while Meyer does devote a whole chapter to this, I wish there had been a bit more -- but that's mostly because it would better suit my own research. I've already started digging into the citations for more content. While occasionally a bit dry, as is common for academic texts, this was a thorough and well-researched text that's going to inform my historical romance writing.

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