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Masculinity lessons : rethinking men's and women's studies

Author: James V Catano; Daniel A Novak
Publisher: Baltimore, Md. : John Hopkins University Press, ©2011.
Series: A feminist formations reader.
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Masculinity, as both performed and studied, continues to be a particularly productive site for understanding cultural dynamics. Contemporary work within women's and gender studies programs recognizes that potential, regularly exploring masculine, bisexual, and transgendered subjectivities in the classroom and in scholarship. This collection of essays on masculinity offers a unique perspective on the topic by
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James V Catano; Daniel A Novak
ISBN: 9781421402246 1421402246 9781421402253 1421402254
OCLC Number: 765452027
Description: viii, 370 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction / James V. Catano and Daniel A. Novak --
Engaging the issue: masculinity and women's and gender studies --
Making masculinities: book reviews / Margaret O'Brien --
Reflection on "male bashing" / Sue L. Cataldi --
Feminist intentions: race, gender, and power in a high school classroom / Sharon Bernstein --
The biology and philosophy of race and sex: a course / Diane Suter and David Schweickart --
Gender and masculinity texts: consensus and concerns for feminist classrooms / Judith Kegan Gardiner --
Student responsiveness to women's and gender studies classes: the importance of initial student attitudes and classroom relationships / Jayne E. Stake, Jeanne Sevelius, and Sarah Hanly --
Embodying masculinity: science and society --
Reading transgender, rethinking women's studies / Cressida J. Heyes --
Biological behavior? Hormones, psychology, and sex / Celia Roberts --
Do boys have to be boys? Gender, narrativity, and the John/Joan case / Bernice L. Hausman --
Reading Sex and temperament in Taiwan: Margaret Mead and postwar Taiwanese feminism / Doris T. Chang --
Performing social expectations: the domestic scene --
"His wife seized his prize and cut it to size": folk and popular commentary on Lorena Bobbitt / Linda Pershing --
Representing domestic violence: ambivalence and difference in What's love got to do with it / Diane Shoos --
"Non-combatant's shell-shock": trauma and gender in F. Scott Fitzgerald's Tender is in the night / Tiffany Joseph --
Microcredit, men, and masculinity / Fauzia Erfan Ahmed --
Performing social expectations: the public stage --
The hillbilly defense: culturally mediating U.S. terror at home and abroad / Carol Mason --
The sexual politics of Abu Ghraib: hegemony, spectacle, and the Global War on Terror / Mary Ann Teʹtreault --
Uncle Sam wants you to trade, invest, and shop! Relocating the battlefield in the gendered discourses of the pre- and early post-9/11 period / Stacey L. Mayhall.
Series Title: A feminist formations reader.
Responsibility: edited by James V. Catano and Daniel A. Novak.
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