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The History of Masculinity: an Outdated Concept?; J.Tosh
Can the Hegemon Speak? Reading Masculinity through Anthropology; D.F.Janssen
The Whig Interpretation of Masculinity? Honour and Sexuality in Late Medieval Manhood; C.Fletcher
Masculinity without Conflict: Noblemen in Eighth and Ninth-Century Francia; R.Stone
Masculinities in Early Hellenistic Athens; H.Berg
Masculinity as a World Historical Category of Analysis; S.Yarrow
Hegemonic Masculinities? Assessing Change and Process of Change in Elite Masculinity, 1700-1900; H.French
Masculinity and Fatherhood in England c. 1760-1830; J.Bailey
Athenian Pederasty and the Construction of Masculinity; T.K.Hubbard
An Orchard, a Love Letter, and Three Bastards: the Formation of Adult Male Identity in a Fifteenth-Century Family; R.E.Moss
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‘Boys, Semi-Men and Bearded Scholars’: Maturity and Manliness in early Nineteenth-Century Oxford; H.Ellis
St. Francis of Assisi and the Making of Settlement Masculinity, 1883-1914; L.Matthews-Jones
Homes Fit for Homos: Joe Orton, Masculinity, and the Domesticated Queer; M.Cook
Three Faces of Fatherhood as a Masculine Category: Tyrants, Teachers, and Workaholics as ‘Responsible Family Men’ during Canada’s Baby Boom; R.Rutherdale
Cow Boys, Cattle Men, and Competing Masculinities on the Texas Frontier; J.M.Moore
Valorising Samurai Masculinity through Biblical Language: Christianity, Oscar Wilde, and Natsume Soseki’s novel Kokoro; K.Miyazaki
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Punters and their Prostitutes: British Soldiers, Masculinity, and maisons tolérées in the First World War; C.Makepeace
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Percy Grainger and Manliness / Pear, David.
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‘So tough’? Masculinity and rock’n’roll culture in post-war Australia / Evans, Raymond.
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2. The Form of Rule in Cultural Context.
3. Heart of Darkness, Heart of Light: La Mission Civilizatrice and Le Cafard in L’Atlantide.
4. French Cinema’s Other First Wave: The Political and Racial Economics of Filming the Colonies.
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