Wartime Violence Against Women and Censorship
West Point History Professor Jennie Kiesling discussed the ways military historians romanticize and censor their research, and how they are less likely to address violence against women. The New York Military Affairs Symposium hosted this event.
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Jennie Kiesling Professor U.S. Military Academy->History Department
Jerry Trombella Executive Director New York Military Affairs Symposium
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