Edited by Nancy Marie White, Lynne P. Sullivan, and Rochelle A. Marrinan
Pub Date: 1/9/2001
A "group biography" of Southeast archaeology's pioneering women, whose careers spanned the decades between 1920-1960, when many got work as excavators on WPA crews. Inspiring tales of innovative lab work, adventurous fieldwork. Edited collection.
In this extensively researched book, Anna Clayfield challenges contemporary Western views on the militarization of Cuba. She argues that, while the pervasiveness of armed forces in revolutionary Cuba is hard to refute, it is the guerrilla legacy, ethos, and image—guerrillerismo—that has helped the Cuban revolutionary project survive. The veneration of the guerrilla fighter has been crucial to the political culture’s underdog mentality.