English professor reflects on the varied aspects of ‘The Boys in the Band’
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Volume 39, Issue 1 (2020)
The Bridgewater Review is published twice a year by the faculty and librarians of Bridgewater State University.
In this issue: Felice Bryant and Country Music Songwriting in the 1950s; Shuji Isawa and Bridgewater State Normal School, 1875-1878; Scholar-activist Anthropology in Nepal: Radical Women Artists on the Liberation Front; and more.