Militarizing Culture is a rousing critique of the American warfare
state by a leading cultural commentator. Roberto J. Gonzalez
reveals troubling trends in the post-9/11 era, as the military
industrial complex infiltrates new arenas of cultural life, from
economic and educational arenas to family relationships. One of the
nation's foremost critics of the Human Terrain System program,
Gonzalez makes passionate arguments against the engagement of
social scientists and the use of anthropological theory and methods
in military operations. Despite the pervasive presence of
militarism and violence in our society, Gonzalez insists that
warfare is not an inevitable part of human nature, and charts a
path toward the decommissioning of culture.
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