From the Desk of Liza Black: The Book Warner Bros. Didn’t Want me to Write

Liza Black is a citizen of Cherokee Nation and the author of Picturing Indians: Native Americans in Film, 1941-1960 (Nebraska, 2020). She works as an assistant professor of history and Native American and Indigenous studies at Indiana University. Harry Smith, a … Continue reading From the Desk of Liza Black: The Book Warner Bros. Didn’t Want me to Write

From Princesses to Generals: Leia and and the Evolution of Women at War

Lt. Col. Erica Iverson and Maj. ML Cavanaugh are US Army Strategists; this essay was adapted from a chapter in their forthcoming book, co-edited by Max Brooks, Strategy Strikes Back: How Star Wars Explains Modern Military Conflict (Potomac Books, May 2018).  Originally published by the Modern … Continue reading From Princesses to Generals: Leia and and the Evolution of Women at War