Dr. Breanne Robertson
Art editor. Legacy of American Naval Power: Reinvigorating Maritime Strategic Thought, edited by Paul Westermeyer. Quantico, VA: Marine Corps History Division/MCU Press, 2019.
Camp Pendleton: The Historic Rancho Santa Margarita y Las Flores and the Marine Corps in Southern California, A Shared History. Quantico, VA: Marine Corps University Press, 2017.
Art editor. The Legacy of Belleau Wood: 100 Years of Winning Battles and Making Marines, edited by Paul Westermeyer. Quantico, VA: Marine Corps History Division, 2018.
“Marine Corps Art Spotlight: Combat Art Gallery.” Marine Corps History 3, no. 1 (Winter 2017): 48-53.
“Revolution, Repression, and Reform: U.S. Marines in the Dominican Republic, 1916-1924,” Marine Corps History 2, no. 1 (Summer 2016): 31-54.
“Pan-Americanism, Patriotism, and Race Pride in Charles White's Hampton Mural,” American Art 30, no. 1 (Spring 2016): 52-71.
“Textbook Diplomacy: The New World Neighbors Series and Inter-American Education during World War II.” Hemisphere: Visual Cultures of the Americas 4 (2011): 67-93.
Manuscripts in Preparation:
Marines in the Civil War, forthcoming.
Contributing editor. Investigating Iwo: The Flag Raisings in Myth, Memory, and Esprit de Corps. Quantico, VA: Marine Corps History Division/MCU Press, forthcoming.
Good Neighbors in the Good War: Pan-Americanism, Patriotism, and the Art of Hemispheric Defense, book manuscript.