Katherine Voyles

Katherine Voyles holds a PhD in English from UC Irvine with a focus on 19th-century British literature. She uses that background to write on the cultures of national defense and national defense in culture for outlets including Foreign Policy, Task & Purpose, and Small Wars Journal. She covered the literature of Trump-Russia for Public Books.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

On (Not) Reading the Mueller Report

Katherine Voyles dissects the odd phenomenon of the Mueller Report: how Americans seem to purchase it at extreme levels, but do not seem to read it....

On (Not) Reading the Mueller Report
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