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Phallacies : historical intersections of disability and masculinity

Author: Kathleen M Brian; James W Trent, Jr.
Publisher: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2017.
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"'Phallacies' is a collection of essays that focuses on disabled men who negotiate their masculinity as well as their disability. Some chapters deal with institutional structures that define what it means to be a man with a disability, and other chapters consider the place of women in situations where masculinity and disability are constructed. Also in this volume, some chapters explore men with physical and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Livres numériques
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Kathleen M Brian; James W Trent, Jr.
ISBN: 9780190459024 0190459026
OCLC Number: 1036743338
Notes: Titre de l'écran-titre (visionné le 21 novembre 2017).
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Contents: AcknowledgementsList of IllustrationsContributor BiographiesIntroduction David SerlinPart I: Is He Normal?Chapter 1. "Disability's Other: The Production of 'Normal Men' in Midcentury America"Anna Creadick Chapter 2. "Henry Darger and the Unruly Paper Dollhouse Scrapbook"Mary S. TrentChapter 3. "Black and Crazy: The Antinomian Black Male in North American Consciousness" Lawrence E. HolcombChapter 4. "Masculinity or Bust: Gender and Impairment in Russ Meyer's Faster Pussycat! Kill! Kill!"Murray K. SimpsonPart II: War, Manhood, and DisabilityChapter 5. "Marketing Disabled Manhood: Veterans and Advertising since the Civil War"John KinderChapter 6. "'Half a Man': The Symbolism and Science of Paraplegic Impotence in World War II America"Beth Linker and Whitney E. LaemmliChapter 7. "'A Blind Man's Home-Coming': Masculinity, Disability and Male Care-giving in First World War Britain"Jessica MeyerPart III: Disabled Man as "Less than a Man"Chapter 8. "Hysteria in the Male: Images of Masculinity in Late Nineteenth-Century France"Daniela S. BarberisChapter 9. "Down and Out: American Male Beggars' Presentations, 1860s-1930s"Robert BogdanChapter 10. "Death on a Silver Platter: Masculinity, Disabilities, and the Noxon Murder Trials of 1944"Ivy George and James W. Trent Jr.Part IV: Men and Boys as "Supercrips"Chapter 11. "Mythological Pedagogies; or, Suicide Clubs as Eugenic Alibi"Kathleen M. BrianChapter 12. "Making Useful Men: The Roman Rosell Institute and Asylum for the Blind, 1933-1950"Rebecca EllisChapter 13. "Weeping and Bad Hair: The Bodily Suffering of Early Christian Hell as a Threat to Masculinity"Megan HenningChapter 14. "Porgy and Dubose"Susan Schweik Chapter 15. "Ernest Hemingway: Ernest Hemingway, the Man, the Girl, and the Genius"Carolyn SlaughterContributor BiographiesIndex
Responsibility: Kathleen M. Brian and James W. Trent, Jr.

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