a) Important recent works

Bannon, Ian, and Maria C. Correia. (eds.). (2006). The Other Half of Gender: Men’s issues in development. Washington DC: The World Bank.
Introduction / Ian Bannon and Maria C. Correia.
Men’s issues in development / Joyce P. Jacobsen.
Men’s gender relations, identity, and work-family balance in Latin America / José Olavarría.
Men’s participation as fathers in Latin America and the Caribbean: critical literature review and policy options / Gary Barker.
The role of men in families in the Caribbean: a historical perspective / Barry Chevannes.
Masculinity and violence in Colombia: deconstructing the conventional way of becoming a man / Fredy Hernán Gómez Alcaraz and Carlos Iván García Suárez.
Growing up poor and male in the Americas: reflections from research and practice with young men in low-income communities in Rio de Janeiro / Gary Barker.
Fearing Africa’s young men: male youth, conflict, urbanization, and the case of Rwanda / Marc Sommers.
Young men and the construction of masculinity in sub-Saharan Africa: implications for HIV/AIDS, conflict, and violence / Gary Barker and Christine Ricardo.
Young men and gender in war and postwar reconstruction: some comparative findings from Liberia and Sierra Leone / Paul Richards.
Collapsing livelihoods and the crisis of masculinity in rural Kenya / Mary Amuyunzu-Nyamongo and Paul Francis.
Gender and its discontents: moving to men-streaming development / Maria C. Correia and Ian Bannon.

Baum, N. (2015). The Unheard Gender: The Neglect of Men as Social Work Clients. The British Journal of Social Work, 46(5), 1463-1471.

Baum, N. (2017). GenderSensitive Intervention to Improve Work with Fathers in Child Welfare Services. Child & Family Social Work, 22(1), 419-427.

Cleaver, Frances. (ed.). (2002). Masculinities Matter! Men, Gender and Development. New York: Zed Books.
New Directions in Gender and Development: The Case for Considering Men / Frances Cleaver.
Nationalism, Masculinity and the Developmental State: Exploring Hindutva Masculinities / Prem Vijayan.
Collapsing Masculinities and Weak States: A Case Study of Northern Uganda / Chris Dolan.
Forget Lenin: The Pinguero and the Jintero as the New Guides of the International Proletariat / David Forrest.
Deconstructing Domination: Gender Disempowerment and the Legacy of Colonialism and Apartheid in Omaheke, Namibia / Niki Kandirikirira.
Men in Women’s Groups: A Gender and Agency Analysis of Local Institutions / Helen Hambly Odame.
Boys Will Be Boys: Addressing the Social Construction of Gender / Marilyn Thomson.
Why Do Dogs Lick Their Balls? Gender, Desire and Change: A Case Study from Vietnam.
Targeting Men for a Change: AIDS Discourse and Activism in Africa / Janet Bujra

Critical Half. (2007). Special issue: Engaging Men in “Women’s Issues”: Inclusive approaches to gender and development. Vol. 5 No. 1, Winter. (http://www.womenforwomen.org/documents/CriticalHalf.pdf);
Involving Men in Gender Practice and Policy / M. Flood.
“Gender is Society”: Inclusive lawmaking in Rwanda’s Parliament / E. Powley and E. Pearson.
Combating Gender-Based Violence in Kenya: The experience of “Men for Gender Equality Now” / O. Miruka.
Gender Dynamics and HIV/AIDS: Engaging Ugandan men in disease prevention / A. Simoni.
Negotiating with Men to Help Women: The success of Somali women activists / S. Dini.
Women Are Not Islands: Engaging men to empower women / P.T. Morris.

Culture, Health & Sexuality, Volume 17, Issue sup2, November 2015, Special Issue: Beyond Working with Men and Boys.
Editorial Introduction: Beyond ‘working with men and boys’: (re)defining, challenging and transforming masculinities in sexuality and health programmes and policy / Andrew Gibbs, Cathy Vaughan & Peter Aggleton
Masculinity, sexuality and vulnerability in ‘working’ with young men in South African contexts: ‘you feel like a fool and an idiot … a loser’ / Tamara Shefer, Lou-Marie Kruger & Yeshe Schepers
Hegemonic masculinity: combining theory and practice in gender interventions / Rachel Jewkes, Robert Morrell, Jeff Hearn, Emma Lundqvist, David Blackbeard, Graham Lindegger, Michael Quayle, Yandisa Sikweyiya & Lucas Gottzén
The promises and limitations of gender-transformative health programming with men: critical reflections from the field / Shari L. Dworkin, Paul J. Fleming & Christopher J. Colvin
Working through resistance in engaging boys and men towards gender equality and progressive masculinities / Kopano Ratele
Work with men to end violence against women: a critical stocktake / Michael Flood
Challenging gender inequity through male involvement in maternal and newborn health: critical assessment of an emerging evidence base / Liz Comrie-Thomson, Mariam Tokhi, Frances Ampt, Anayda Portela, Matthew Chersich, Renu Khanna & Stanley Luchters
Lessons learned from engaging men in sexual and reproductive health as clients, partners and advocates of change in the Hoima district of Uganda / Erin Stern, Laura Pascoe, Tim Shand & Samantha Richmond
Changing what it means to ‘become a man’: participants’ reflections on a school-based programme to redefine masculinity in the Balkans / Sophie Namy, Brian Heilman, Shawna Stich, John Crownover, Besnik Leka & Jeffrey Edmeades
A focus on pleasure? Desire and disgust in group work with young men / Ester McGeeney.

Dworkin, S.L., S. Treves-Kagan, and S.A. Lippman. (2013). Gender-transformative interventions to reduce HIV risks and violence with heterosexually-active men: A review of the global evidence. AIDS & Behavior, 17(9): 2845-2863.

Edström, J., A. Hassink, T. Shahrokh, and E. Stern. (eds.) (2015). Engendering Men: A Collaborative Review of Evidence on Men and Boys in Social Change and Gender Equality. EMERGE Evidence Review, Promundo-US, Sonke Gender Justice and the Institute of Development Studies.

Edström, J.; Hassink, A.; Shahrokh, T. and Stern, E. (eds). (2015). Engendering Men: A Collaborative Review of Evidence on Men and Boys in Social Change and Gender Equality. EMERGE Evidence Review, Promundo-US, Sonke Gender Justice and the Institute of Development Studies.

Englar-Carlson, M., Evans, M. P., & Duffy, T. (2014). A Counselor’s Guide to Working with Men. John Wiley & Sons.

Englar-Carlson, M., Stevens, M. A., & Scholz, R. (2010). Psychotherapy with Men. Handbook of Gender Research in Psychology (pp. 221-251): Springer.

Esplen, E. (2006). Engaging Men in Gender Equality: Positive Strategies and Approaches. Overview and Annotated Bibliography, October. Brighton, UK: BRIDGE, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex.

Evans, M. P., Duffey, T., & EnglarCarlson, M. (2013). Introduction to the Special Issue: Men in Counseling. Journal of Counseling & Development, 91(4), 387-389.

Expert Group. (2003). The Role of Men and Boys in Achieving Gender Equality: Report of the Export Group Meeting, ‘The Role of Men and Boys in Achieving Gender Equality’, organised by DAW in collaboration with ILO and UNAIDS, 21-24 October 2003, Brasilia, Brazil.

Featherstone, Brid, Mark Rivett, and Jonathan Scourfield. (2007). Working with Men in Health and Social Care. Sage.
Introduction PART ONE: THE THEORY AND POLITICS OF MASCULINITY Understanding Masculinities The Politics of Masculinity PART TWO: PRACTICE MODELS Practice Models 1: Working With Men as Individuals Practice Models 2: Working With Men in Groups, Families and Communities PART THREE: WORKING WITH SPECIFIC GROUPS OF MEN Working With Men as Fathers Working with Abusive Men Men’s physical health and disability Men’s Mental Health Men’s Physical Health and Disability Working With Boys and Young Men Working with Older Men Conclusion.

Flood, M., and G. Russell. (2017). Men Make a Difference: How to Engage Men on Gender Equality. Sydney: Diversity Council Australia.

Flood, Michael, Dean Peacock, Orly Stern, Gary Barker, and Alan Greig. (2010). World Health Organization Men and Gender Policy Brief: Policy approaches to involving men and boys in achieving gender equality and health equity. Sonke Gender Justice Network, Johannesburg. (Available at: http://www.xyonline.net/content/who-policy-brief-policy-approaches-involving-men-and-boys-achieving-gender-equality-and-heal

Funk, Rus. (2006). Reaching Men: Strategies for Preventing Sexism and Violence. Jist Publishing (304 pp.).

Greig, Alan, and Dean Peacock. (2005). Men as Partners Programme: Promising Practices Guide. EngenderHealth (Draft only).

Greig, Alan, Michael Kimmel, and James Lang. (2000). Men, Masculinities & Development: Broadening our Work Towards Gender Equality. Gender in Development Programme, UNDP: Gender in Development Monograph Series #10.

ICRW and Instituto Promundo. (2007). Engaging Men and Boys to Achieve Gender Equality: How can we build on what we have learned? International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) and Instituto Promundo.

ICRW. (2018). Gender Equity and Male Engagement: It Only Works When Everyone Plays. Washington DC, International Center for Research on Women.

Interagency Gender Working Group (IGWG). (2003). Involving Men to Address Gender Inequities. Interagency Gender Working Group (IGWG), Subcommittee on Men and Reproductive Health, July.

IPPF. (2010). Men are Changing: Case study evidence on work with men and boys to promote gender equality and positive masculinities. London: International Planned Parenthood Federation.

Kellom, Gar, and Miles Groth. (eds.) (2010). Engaging College Men: Discovering What Works and Why. Men’s Studies Press.
Part I. Introduction
Chapter 1. Involving More Men in Vocational Discernment Activities: Identifying and Implementing Best Practices — Gar Kellom / 7
Chapter 2. Gender Disparity in College and University Vocational Exploration Programs: The Effect of Programs to Address the Disparity — Catherine Brooks / 24
Part II. Reports of Projects
Section A. Connecting to the Curriculum
3. Addressing Male Participation through the Academic Program: The Hope College Experience — David S. Cunningham / 38
4. The Morehouse Male Initiative Seminar: Providing a Path to Vulnerable Expression, Leadership, and Calling — Bryant T. Marks and Marquan Jones / 61
5. Engaging Men in Service: Lessons from Hastings College — Ronald D. Chesbrough and Daniel G. Deffenbaugh / 74
Section B. Involving Men in Athletics and Fraternities
6. Mentoring Luther College Male Athletes for Reflection and Discernment — Stu Johnston, Peter Wehr, and Jordan Grimm / 84
7. Bringing Fraternity Brothers and Alumni Together at Augustana College — Rebecca A. Poock / 98
Section C. Building New Programs
8. Engaging Saint John’s College Men through International Service and Research — Gar Kellom, Corbin Cleary, Alvin Thomas, Jessica Nelson, Ashleigh Leitch, Michael Wallace, and John Van Rooy / 106
9. Deep M-Pact: Mentoring Gustavus Men for Masculinities of Meaning and Making a Difference — Christopher Johnson and Benjamin Hilding / 134
10. College Men and the Heroic Imagination: Reflections on the Gustavus Adolphus Deep M-Pact Project– L.A. Parks Daloz / 146
11. Vocation and the PTEV Initiative at Wabash College — Anne Bost and Sonia Ninon / 158
12. Micro-Grants and Adventure Travel: Engaging College Men in Vocational Discernment at Georgetown College — Bryan Langlands and Coran Stewart / 170
13. Road-Tripping: The Male Initiative Project at Davidson College — Karen Martin / 183
Section D. Forming Men’s Groups
14. The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen at the University of Portland — Josh Noem, Thomas Bruketta, and Jamie Grimm / 194
15. The Siena College Men’s Spirituality Groups — Merle Longwood / 208
16. Men Talking: The “Core Four” and More. The Wagner College Project — Miles Groth, William Jock, Andrew Hager, and Kyle Glover / 217
17. What Men Want at Duke University: An Adventure to Share – An Accomplishment to Enjoy — Keith Daniel and Jesse Huddleston / 227
18. Male Commitment to Gender Equity and Antiviolence: A National College Study — Ed Heisler and Michael Firmin / 236
Part III. Finding New Directions
19. Vocation, Gender and Youth Ministry: The Youth Track — Jeff Kaster / 250
Part IV. Best Practices for Working with College Men
20. Some Final Thoughts — Gar Kellom / 265.