Margaret (Peggy) Maddox is an independent scholar with interests in ancient and medieval history, film criticism, and popular culture. She earned her Ph.D. from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville where she taught English and World Literature. Her published works include articles on Joan of Arc, film criticism, English usage, pedagogy, and two juvenile novels set in ancient times. She is a member of the American Culture Association.
2008 0-7734-4945-0 Analyzes how Joan of Arc’s heroism is deliberately undermined in film through the repetition of interpretations of her which enforce conventional patriarchal constructs and limit her heroism. This book contains four black and white photographs and five color photographs.