Arts on the Web

March 23 Library of Congress Webinar on Women Veterans

March 18, 2016

In honor of Women's History Month, the Library of Congress's Digital Reference Section will hold a one-hour web discussion (a Webinar) on Wednesday, March 23 , starting at 2:00 p.m. Eastern time, focusing on the women…

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Website Query: Vietnam War Pinups Wanted

October 8, 2014

Andi Gustavson, a graduate student studying the history of snapshot photography and war at the University of Texas, has set up a website---"a digital archive"--- for "an important group of conflict photographs that has yet…

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Jack Herman's Vietnam War 'Micro Nonfiction'

August 25, 2014

Every week, the website Microfiction Monday posts stories that are told in 100 words or less. Today's edition is a bit different--it contains six micro nonfictional accounts of the Vietnam War experiences of Jack Herman. Drafted…

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'War Memoir' in the On-Line Writers' Circle Magazine

June 25, 2014

The Writers' Circle is a nonprofit on-line magazine that showcases authors, poets, artists, and photographers. It is published three times a year, with each issue running on line for four months. The current issue features…

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New Web Site for Veteran Art and Writing

March 10, 2014

Matthew Bellantoni, a senior at Parsons the New School for Design , is in the beginning stages of building a website to help veteran writers and artists.  The idea is to "create an online platform for veterans to…

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New Site for Vietnam War e Books and Video

April 17, 2013

Open Road Integrated Media  is an on-line digital publisher that also offers multimedia content, such as video and social media pages, along with their e books. The site contains a growing number of  Vietnam War-…

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Share Your Thoughts on ‘Go Tell the Spartans’

March 14, 2013

William Cummings, a Professor of Humanities and Cultural Studies at the University of South Florida, has just created what he calls a "digital and public history project" dealing with the highly regarded 1978 Vietnam War…

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Let There Be Light on Line

May 29, 2012

Let There Be Light, the powerful (and disturbing) documentary that the legendary director/screenwriter/actor John Huston made for the U.S. Army in 1945, which was banned from the public until 1980, is now available on line…

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The Texas Capitol Vietnam Veterans Monument's Web Site

May 23, 2012

When it is completed on the grounds of  the Texas Capitol building in Austin, the Texas Capitol Vietnam Veterans Monument  will honor all Texans who served in the Vietnam War. The monument will feature a…

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The Journal of Military Experience

November 30, 2011

The Journal of Military Experience, which just put out its first on-line volume , publishes short stories, creative nonfiction, poems, and artwork by veterans of all eras, as well as those by family members of…

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