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Cambodia and Kent State President Nixon’s announcement on April 30, 1970, that US troops were invading neutral Cambodia as part of the ongoing Vietnam War campaign sparked a complicated series of events with tragic consequences on many fronts.
Posted: Sunday Apr 5, 2020
The Kent State University Press
Posted: (4 days ago) Cambodia and Kent State President Nixon’s announcement on April 30, 1970, that US troops were invading neutral Cambodia as part of the ongoing Vietnam War campaign sparked a complicated series of events with tragic consequences on many fronts.
Reading Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea - The Kent ...
Posted: (2 months ago) The authors fish below the surface of The Old Man and the Sea to determine what is contained in Hemingway’s allusions. They trace the development of symbols, amplify literary echoes, and contextualize the work’s mythological, religious (including Afro-Cuban religion), and philosophical references.
“This Infernal War” - The Kent State University Press
Posted: (4 days ago) Description Antiwar love letters of a Copperhead soldier and his wife. Among collections of letters written between American soldiers and their spouses, the Civil War correspondence of William and Jane Standard stands out for conveying the complexity of the motives and experiences of Union soldiers and their families.
Early Akron’s Industrial Valley - The Kent State ...
Posted: (1 months ago) Early Akron’s Industrial Valley is illustrated with photographs from the author’s collection and the archives of the Canal Society of Ohio, the Ohio Historical Society, the University of Akron, and the Cascade Locks Park Association. It contains a guide for Canalway hikers and bikers on the towpath through Akron’s Cascade Locks Park with ...
The Kent State University Press » Reading Hemingway
Posted: (22 days ago) In their close line-by-line annotations of and commentaries on Ernest Hemingway's major works, the volumes in the Reading Hemingway Series provide up-to-date, factual information and interpretive guidance for a wide variety of readers.
Oliver P. Morton and the Politics of the Civil War and ...
Posted: (1 months ago) Description A bold reinterpretation of Indiana’s Civil War governor and Reconstruction senator. Remembered as the “Great War Governor” who led the state of Indiana during the Civil War, Oliver P. Morton has always been a controversial figure.
Keeping Reflection Fresh - The Kent State University Press
Posted: (1 months ago) Keeping Reflection Fresh demonstrates the care and commitment of internationally recognized educators who are working toward reimagining health education and reinspiring health care. It will be welcomed by a broad readership of educators, students, practitioners, and lifelong learners across the healing professions, social sciences, humanities ...
Denmark Vesey’s Revolt - The Kent State University Press
Posted: (1 months ago) This classic book was originally published in 1964 as Insurrection in South Carolina: The Turbulent World of Denmark Vesey, and then reissued by the Kent State University Press in 1983 as Denmark Vesey’s Revolt: The Slave Plot That Lit a Fuse to Fort Sumter.
Jim Tully - The Kent State University Press
Posted: (12 days ago) The definitive biography of a remarkable writer, Jim Tully: American Writer, Irish Rover, Hollywood Brawler compellingly describes the hardscrabble life of an Irish American storyteller, from his immigrant roots, rural upbringing, and life as a hobo riding the rails to the emergent dream factory of early and Golden Age Hollywood and the fall of ...