Revue LISA/LISA e-journal is a bilingual (English/French) international on-line, peer-reviewed on-line publication created in 2003 by Professor Renée Dickason, Revue LISA / LISA e-journal welcomes researchers from France and abroad who are interested in pluri-, trans- or interdisciplinary studies in fields including cultural studies, literature, philosophy or the history of ideas, the visual arts, music, media studies, sociology, history and anthropology within the English-speaking world although comparative studies with other geographical areas will also be considered.

In this suspended time of worldwide pandemic, some words resonate and give birth to thoughts and reflections, i.e. the sharing of ideas, ideas of solidarity, of collaborative deeds or actions, among them civic responsibilities and humanitarian preoccupations. This is why, in homage to Dr. Denis Mukwege, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate 2018, and his struggle against violence perpetuated against women and war crimes at large, the Virtual Loose Leaves project is blooming and welcomes, whenever convenient to potential contributors, collaborative, solidary writings and A Living Anthology on War Memories.

This living anthology on war memories aims to bring together contributions from those who have directly experienced conflicts and wars, including “low intensity” wars, all over the world.
The testimonies of civilians and soldiers, back in civilian life, form the backbone of this anthology, with peaceful objectives, which is intended to be enriched over time by the cross-fertilization of shared experiences.

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Jacqueline Murray Loring

Revue LISA/LISA includes six of Jacqueline’s poems and excerpts from her 2019 book Vietnam Veterans Unbroken: Conversations on Trauma and Resiliency. Published by McFarland & Co. Publishers,

Also are included are work by three poets who are included in her book.

Pauline Hebert

Includes Pauline’s poetry and an excerpt from Vietnam Veterans Unbroken: Conversations on Trauma and Resiliency. For the living, there can never be peace [Full text]

Gary Rafferty  

Preston Hood  

Included prose and poetry from Vietnam Veterans Unbroken: Conversations on Trauma and Resiliency.