Walter Spalding, "Music as a Necessary Part of the Soldier's Equipment," The Outlook (June 5, 1918)
Fullerton Waldo, “Music and the War,” The Outlook (19 January 1916)
Christina Gier (2008) “Gender, Politics, and the Fighting Soldier's Song in America during World War I,” Music and Politics
Carol Burke (1989) “Marching to Vietnam,” Journal of American Folklore
“Over There,” “Good-bye Broadway,” and “Joan of Arc” (all available as links on p. 8 of Gier article)
*Artifact posting may be on one of the Outlook articles, or on one of the songs
NOTE: If you do not read music and/or are unfamiliar with some of the musical terminology in the Gier article, do not worry--just do the best you can and try to figure out what the overarching points are of those paragraphs.
Shuhei Hosokawa (1999) “Martin Denny and the Development of Musical Exotica,” from Widening the Horizon: Exoticism in Post-War Popular Music
Barbara Ehrenreich (1983) “Breadwinners and Losers: Sanctions Against Male Deviance” and “Playboy Joins the Battle of the Sexes,” from The Hearts of Men: American Dreams and the Flight from Commitment
Tracks by Juan García Esquivel, Martin Denny available on Blackboard
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