|Dr. Lisa Mundey|
Department of History
Ph.D., Kansas State University
Teaching Areas: US History to and from 1877, US Civil War, Gilded Age and Progressive Era, New Deal and World War II, Cold War, US War and Society, and Oral History
I am interested in modern American military history, particularly in the military’s relationship with the American people and the concepts of militarism and anti-militarism. Additionally, I focus on the Cold War, Cold War science, and the U.S. Army’s recent history in Afghanistan
American Militarism and Anti-Militarism in Popular Media, 1945-1970, (Jefferson, NC: McFarland Publishers, Inc., 2012).
“The Civilianization of a Nuclear Weapon Effects Test: Operation ARGUS,” Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences, Vol. 42, Number 4 (2012): 283–321.
Contributor and member of the editorial advisory board for The Encyclopedia of Middle East Wars: A Social, Political, and Military History, ed. Spencer Tucker, ABC-CLIO, 2010.
“Citizen-Soldiers or Warriors: Language for a Democracy,” in Semiotics 2008: Specialization, Semiosis, Semiotics,” Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Meeting of the Semiotic Society of America. Eds. John Deely and Leonard G. Sbrocchi. New York: Legas, 2009, 130-139.