Dr. Lisa Mundey
Dr. Lisa Mundey can speak on modern American military history, particularly in the military’s relationship with the American people, popular culture and the military in American culture, and the U.S. Army’s recent history in Afghanistan.
Areas of Expertise
American Military, United States Army, Popular Culture and Military, Military History
- Doctor of Philosophy - History - Kansas State University (2006)
- Master of Arts - History - Kansas State University (2000)
- Bachelor of Arts - History (BA) - Notre Dame College (1998)
- "The United States Army in
Afghanistan: Operation Enduring Freedom, March 2002-April 2005."
US Army Center of Military History (1900)
- "American Militarism and Anti-Militarism in Popular Media, 1945-1970"
McFarland Publishers, Inc. (1900)
- "“The Civilianization of a Nuclear Weapons Effect Test: Operation ARGUS"
Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences (1900) Vol. 42 Page 283-321
- "Citizen-Soldiers or Warriors: Language for a Democracy"
Semiotics 2008: Specialization, Semiosis, Semiotics,” Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Meeting of the Semiotic Society of America.
(1900) Page 130-139
- "The Combatants’ Experience in Iraq and Afghanistan, 2001-2013" (2013)
- "Anti-Militarism and Militarism in American Popular Media" (2013)
- "Teaching the Isms" (2013)
- "World War II in Memory," (2013)
- "Historiography of the Vietnam War" (2012)
- "World War II in History and Memory" (2012)