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Volume 63.2 • Summer 2022

Volume 63.2 • Summer 2022


In the making for over a year, this special issue celebrates One of Ours in its centenary year and features a great breadth and variety of current scholarship.

Table of Contents

  • Letters from the Executive Director and President
  • Reading One of Ours in 2022 by Ann Romines
  • Music in One of Ours: The Sounds of a Ruined Past by John H. Flannigan
  • After the Victory: Veterans Return Home by Becky Faber
  • Reading One of Ours at Angel Fire by Steven Trout
  • Medical Sexism in One of Ours by Sarah Clere
  • Sensing One of Ours by Guy Reynolds
  • “These Strange Boats Seem to Be Building Themselves”: One of Ours and the Military Industrial Complex by Mark Whalan
  • Plus Ça Change . . . by Diane Prenatt
  • One of Ours: Gleaning the Teachings of the Disabled by Elizabeth Wells
  • Charting Claude’s Charting: The Importance of Maps in One of Ours by Aaron Shaheen
  • Reading Alone, Together by Kelsey Squire
  • Once More to One of Ours by Janis P. Stout
  • The Eagles of the West Fly On by Mark A. R. Facknitz
  • Incongruities and Questions of Fact in the Narrative of One of Ours by Peter M. Sullivan
  • The Pathfinder Serialization of One of Ours by Richard C. Harris
  • One of Ours: Reading theTruth Hidden Within the Headlines of the American Press’s “Great” War by Lilia Hutchison
  • Out West: The Social Work of Dorothea Lange and Willa Cather by Charmion Gustke
  • From the Collections: The Death of G. P. Cather by Tracy Sanford Tucker