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Cultures In War 6: Courtney Short and Don Farrell

COURTNEY A. SHORT graduated from Barnard College, Columbia University in 1999 with a BA in History. She earned a Masters in History in 2008 from the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill where she is currently a PhD candidate in ABD status. From 2008‐2011, she taught Military History as an Assistant Professor at the United States Military Academy, West Point, NY. Her research focuses on race and identity during the occupation of Okinawa, 1945‐1952. She has published numerous book reviews...
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