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you put them in your own words.  If you do any of these things without using a footnote to indicate your source, you are guilty of plagiarism.  The exact words of another author must be put in quotation marks. It is your responsibility to familiarize yourself with the Honor Code (http://instrument.unc.edu).

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Cheating: Students may not bring any material related to the course to the mid-term or final examination except if it is contained in a closed book bag or knapsack.  If any such material (including the syllabus) is open and visible (on the student's desk, an adjacent chair or desk, or on the floor), that will be construed as evidence of cheating and the matter will be referred to the Honor Court.

Bibliography

A Note on the following bibliography: It is not planned to give students the following list… A selection will have to be made which is related to the topics of each class.KH

Introduction into Theories and Methods of Women’s and Gender History

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Cranny-Francis, Anne et al (eds.), Gender Studies. Terms and Debates, Houndsmill, 2003.

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Scott, Joan W., “Gender: a useful Category of Historical Analysis,” in: American Historical Review, 98 (December 1986): 1053-1075.

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Scott, Joan W., Gender and the Politics of History rev. eds., New York, 1999.

Reviews and Bibliographies

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Bibliography: Military/War, Journal of Women’s History 3 (1991): 140-159.

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Bourke, Johanna, “’Remembering’ War,” Journal of Contemporary History 39 (4) (2004): 473-485.

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Budge, Alice and Pam Didur, "Women and War.  A Selected Bibliography," Mosaic 23 (1990): 151-173.

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Hagemann, Karen, "Militär, Krieg und Geschlechterverhältnisse. Untersuchungen, Überlegungen und Fragen zur Militärgeschichte der Frühen Neuzeit," in Klio in Uniform? Probleme und Perspektiven einer modernen Militärgeschichte der Frühen Neuzeit, ed. Ralf Pröve, Cologne 1997, pp. 35-88.

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Hagemann, Karen, ”Home/Front. The Military, Violence and Gender Relations, in the Age of the World Wars,” in: Karen Hagemann, Stefanie Schüler-Springorum (ed.), Home/Front: The Military, War and Gender in Twentieth-Century Germany, Oxford and New York, 2002, pp. 1-42.

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Hämmerle, Christa,"Von den Geschlechtern der Kriege und des Militärs. Forschungseinblicke und Bemerkungen zu einer neuen Debatte," in Was ist Militärgeschichte?, eds. Thomas Kühne and Benjamin Ziemann, Paderborn 2000, 229-262.

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Kühne, Thomas, "Der nationalsozialistische Vernichtungskrieg im kulturellen Kontinuum des 20. Jahrhunderts. Forschungsprobleme und Forschungstendenzen der Gesellschaftsgeschichte des Zweiten Weltkriegs. Zweiter Teil," Archiv für Sozialgeschichte 40 (2000): 440-486.

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Kühne, Thomas, "Der nationalsozialistische Vernichtungskrieg und die 'ganz normalen' Deutschen. Forschungsprobleme und Forschungstendenzen der Gesellschaftsgeschichte des Zweiten Weltkriegs. Erster Teil," Archiv für Sozialgeschichte 39 (1999): 580-662.

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Nonn, Christoph, "Oh What a Lovely War? German Common People and the First World War," German History 18 (2000): 97-111.

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Nordstrom, Carolyn, "Women and War. Observations from the Field," Minerva 9 (1991): 1-15.

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Pierson, Ruth Roach, "Beautiful Soul or Just Warrior. Gender and War," Gender & History 1 (1989): 77-86.

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