Halberstam


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Hal•ber•stam

(ˈhæl bərˌstæm)
n.
David, born 1934, U.S. writer.
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When I wrote the original Halberstam article for the St.
As a young reporter in Vietnam, Halberstam was simply outraged by the government's lies about the war, which bore absolutely no relationship to, as they say, the facts on the ground.
By contrast to Judith Butler, Judith Halberstam is one queer theorist working outside musicology who has taken music and voice seriously.
Diem, as presented in most of the highly regarded narratives of the Vietnam War, including those of Stanley Karnow, David Halberstam, Fredrik Logevall, and many others, was a corrupt demagogue who brutalized the South Vietnamese people and was uncooperative with his American benefactors.
Author Halberstam is a Pulitzer Prize winner with 18 books to his credit.
New England Patriots' legend-in-the-making Bill Belichek is here scrutinized by Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist and culture commentator David Halberstam, whose shelf of sports books gives him credence to make this examination succeed.
Halberstam persuasively argues that the vampire Dracula is a "technology of monstrosity" and that Stoker's Dracula is a "machine text" that "generates particular subjectivities," forms of otherness that his body and the text distill, including race, sexuality, gender, and class.
But David Halberstam, a former New York Times reporter who profiled the young people who led the struggle for civil rights in the 1950s and 1960s in his book The Children, said that what happened in Montgomery was a key victory for the civil rights movement: After the integration of baseball in 1947 and the armed forces in 1948, the movement was beginning to gain momentum with the Supreme Court's decision in the Brown school-desegregation case.
Gender theorist Judith Halberstam calls the troupe "some of L.
This edition of the book, which was first published in 1996 by McFarland, includes a foreword by Judith Halberstam.
This entry, entitled "Beyond the Madness," by Nancy Ilk, is one of the 50 stories told in Changing Course: Women's Inspiring Stories of Menopause, Midlife, and Moving Forward compiled by Yitta Halberstam who writes the bestselling Small Miracles series.