Rosalie Metro is an assistant teaching professor in the College of Education at the University of Missouri-Columbia. She researches conflicts that arise in the classroom around history, identity, and language, both in Southeast Asia and in the United States. She is the author of Teaching US History Thematically: Document Based Lessons for the Secondary Classroom (Teachers College Press, 2017) and a novel, Have Fun in Burma (Northern Illinois University Press, 2018). Learn about her work at rosaliemetro.com, follow her @rose_metro.
An Unflinching Take on Love and War: Charmaine Craig’s “Miss Burma”
Rosalie Metro reviews Charmaine Craig's "Miss Burma."...
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