a) Men’s Studies & Teaching Men

Note: Key pieces on Men’s Studies include Gardiner’s collection, Digby’s collection, the two chapters by Brod, pieces by Hearn, Coltrane, Pease (2000, 2002), and so on.


Aiken, Susan H. et. al. (1987). Trying Transformations: Curriculum Integration and the Problem of Resistance. Signs, 12(2)

August, Eugene. (1993). Neither Backlash Nor Fad: The New Men’s Studies. RSR: Reference Services Review, 21(3), pp. 15-22.

Auslander, Leora. (1997). Do Women’s + Feminist + Men’s + Lesbian and Gay + Queer Studies = Gender Studies?. Differences, Special Issue: Women’s Studies on the Edge, 9(3)

Awkward, Michael. (1995). Negotiating Difference: Race, Gender and the Politics of Positionality. University of Chicago Press. (in part on a ‘Black Male Feminism’)

Awkward, Michael. (1999). Scenes of Instruction: A Memoir. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

Banning, Cyrus W. (1981). ‘Why Are You Here?’: A Man’s Experience at the 1981 GLCA National Summer Institute in Women’s Studies. Women’s Studies Quarterly, Winter, 9(4).

Barry, Kathleen. (1989). Tootsie Syndrome, or ‘We Have Met The Enemy and They Are Us’. Women’s Studies International Forum, 12(5)

Beauchamp, Bill, and Bonnie Wheeler. (1988). From Achilles to the Heel: Teaching Masculinity. Women’s Studies Quarterly, Fall, Vol. 16 No. 3/4.

Berggren, K. (2018). Is Everything Compatible? A Feminist Critique of Hearn’s Composite Approach to Men and Masculinity. Australian Feminist Studies, 33(97), 331-344.

Boone, Joseph A., and Michael Cadden. (eds). (1990). Engendering Men: The Question of Male Feminist Criticism. New York/London: Routledge (on men and cultural criticism).

Bowen, John. (1985). Masculinity and the Practice of Teaching. Unpublished Paper in Taylor, Helen. (ed.). Literature Teaching Politics 6: Conference Papers, Bristol: Bristol Polytechnic, pp. 42-48.

Boyd, Stephen B. (year?). Domination as Punishment: Men’s Studies and Religion. Men’s Studies Review, 7(2).

Breeze, William. (2007). Constructing a Male Feminist Pedagogy: Authority, Practice, and Authenticity in the Composition Classroom. Feminist Teacher, 18(1): 59-73.

Bridges, T. (2019). The Costs of Exclusionary Practices in Masculinities Studies. Men and Masculinities, 22(1), 16-33. doi:10.1177/1097184x18805547

Brod, Harry. (1987). Does Manning Men’s Studies Emasculate Women’s Studies?. Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy, Summer, 2(2).

Brod, Harry. (1987). The Case For Men’s Studies. In Brod, Harry. (ed.). The Making of Masculinities: The New Men’s Studies. Boston: Allen & Unwin.

Brod, Harry. (1987). The New Men’s Studies: From Feminist Theory to Gender Scholarship. Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy, Winter, 2(1), pp. 179-196.

Brod, Harry. (1987). Themes and Theses of Men’s Studies. In Brod, Harry. (ed.). The Making of Masculinities: The New Men’s Studies. Boston: Allen & Unwin.

Brodribb, Somer. (1991). Men’s Studies - A Conversation. Resources for Feminist Research, Fall/Winter, p. 64

Buchbinder, D. (2013). Studying Men and Masculinities. United Kingdom: Routledge.

Canaan, Joyce, and Christine Griffin. (1990). The New Men’s Studies: Part of the problem or part of the solution? In Jeff Hearn and David Morgan (Eds.), Men, masculinity and social theory (pp. 206214). London: Unwin Hyman Ltd.

Carver, Terrell. (1996). Gender is Not a Synonym for Women. Boulder, Colorado: Lynne Rienne Publishers (Especially Introduction and Chapter 1).

Clark, J. Michael, and Bob McNeir. (1997). Doing the Work of Love: II. An Extended Case Study. Journal of Men’s Studies, 5(4), May, pp. 333-350.

Clark, J. Michael, and the Students in RS 220 / WS 221. (2001). Teaching Men’s Studies in Religion at an All-Women’s College. Journal of Men’s Studies, Volume 9 Number 2, Winter

Clark, J. Michael. (1992). Men’s Studies, Feminist Theology, and Gay Male Sexuality. Journal of Men’s Studies, 1(2), November, pp. 125-155.

Clark, J. Michael. (1995). Profeminist Men’s Studies and Gay Ethics. Journal of Men’s Studies, 3(3), February, pp. 241-255.

Clark, J. Michael. (1997). Doing the Work of Love: I. Men’s Studies at the Margins. Journal of Men’s Studies, 5(4), May, pp. 315-331.

Clark, J. Michael. (1999). Doing Men’s Studies: A Gay Perspective. Chapter Four in Doing the Work of Love: Men and Commitment in Same-Sex Couples. Harriman, TN: Men’s Studies Press.

Clowes, L. (2015b). Teaching masculinities in a South African classroom. Critical Studies in Teaching and Learning, 3(2), 23-39.

Coltrane, Scott. (1994). Theorizing Masculinities in Contemporary Social Science. In Harry Brod and Michael Kaufman, (eds). Theorizing Masculinities. London: Sage

Connell, R. (2014b). The Study of Masculinities. Qualitative Research Journal, 14(1), 5-15.

Connell, R.W. (2002). Studying men and masculinity. In McCallum, Pamela, and Lorraine Radtke. (eds). Resources for Feminist Research, Special issue: The impact of Gender Studies across the disciplines. 29(1-2).

Connell, R.W. (2003). Masculinities, Change and Conflict in Global Society: Thinking about the Future of Men’s Studies. Journal of Men’s Studies, 11(3), Spring.

Cornwall, Andrea, and Nancy Lindisfarne. (1993). Dislocating Masculinity: Gender, Power and Anthropology. In Cornwall, Andrea and Lindisfarne, Nancy. (eds). Dislocating Masculinity: Comparative Ethnographies. London and New York: Routledge

Crapser, B. G., & Elder, W. B. (2013). Graduate Students Teach the Psychology of Men: Challenges and Implications. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 14(3), 256.

Cuyjet, M. (2006). African American Men in College. Jossey-Bass; 1st edition.

Davis, T., and J. Laker. (2011). Masculinities in Higher Education. Routledge; 1st edition.

Digby, Tom. (ed.). (1998). Men Doing Feminism. New York & London: Routledge.
2. How feminism made a man out of me: The proper subject of feminism and the problem of men / Patrick Hopkins (pp. 33-56).
3. Who’s afraid of men doing feminism? / Michael S.Kimmel (pp. 57-68).
4. On your knees: Carnal knowledge, masculine dissolution, doing feminism / Brian Pronger.
5. Profeminist men and their friends / Richard Schmitt.
6. Tracing a ghostly memory in my throat: Reflections on Ftm feminist voice and agency / C. Jacob Hale.
7. Teaching women philosophy (as a feminist man) / Thomas E. Wartenburg.
8. A black man’s place in black feminist criticism / Michael Awkward.
9. Can men be subjects of feminist thought? / Sandra Harding (pp. 171-196).
10. To be a man, or not to be a man – That is the feminist question / Harry Brod (pp. 197-212).
11. Male feminism as oxymoron / David J. Hakane.
12. Antiracist (pro)feminisms and coalition politics: “No Justice, No Peace” / Joy James.
13. Feminism and the future of fathering / Judith Kegan Gardiner.
14. A new response to “angry black (anti)feminists”: Becoming womanist sons / Gary Lemons.
15. Is feminism good for men and are men good for feminism? / James P. Sterba.
16. Reading like a (transsexual) man / Henry S. Rubin.
17. Feminist ambiguity in heterosexual lives: Reflections on Andrea Dworkin / Laurence Mordekhai Thomas.
18. A progressive male standpoint / Larry May.

Dowsett, Gary. (1993). I’ll Show You Mine, If You’ll Show Me Yours: Gay Men, Masculinity Research, Men’s Studies, and Sex. Theory and Society, 22 (Also Reprinted in On The Level, 3(4), October 1995).

Duroche, Leonard L. (year?). Gender, Class, and Power in the Academy: Reflections on Anti-Sexist Male Gender Studies and its Institutional Obstacles. Men’s Studies Review, 6(4).

Evans, Mary. (1990). The Problem of Gender for Women’s Studies. Women’s Studies International Forum, 13(5), pp. 457-462

Farrant, Patricia, and Harry Brod. (eds). (1986). Journal of the National Association of Women Deans, Administrators, and Counselors, Men’s Studies Issue. 49(4), Summer.
A Curriculum for a Men’s Studies Program / Femiano, S.
Teaching About Men: Retrieving Women’s Studies’ Long Lost Brother / Kimmel, M.S.
Is Equality Still Inequality? / Orenstein, G.
The Costs of Being On Top / Kann, M.E.
Gay Studies and Men’s Studies / Williams, W. L.
Toward a Sociology of Men: A Teaching and Research Agenda / Kimmel, M.S.
Why Is This Men’s Studies Different From All Other Men’s Studies? / Brod, H.

Femiano, S. D. (1986). Advances in Psychology: Implications for a Curriculum in Men’s Studies. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Mass.

Flood, Michael. (2011). Men as Students and Teachers of Feminist Scholarship. Men and Masculinities, 14(2): 135-154. [Copy available at: http://www.xyonline.net/content/men-students-and-teachers-feminist-scholarship-journal-article]

Folkesson, P., M. Nordberg, and G. Smirthwaite. (eds.). (2000). Hegemoni och Mansforskning [Hegemony and Men’s Studies]. Karlstad, Sweden: Institutionen församhällsvetenskap, Jämställdhetscentrum/Genusvetenskap.

Frank, Blye W. (1993). The ‘New Men’s Studies’ and Feminism: Promise or Danger. In Tony Haddad, (ed.). Men and Masculinities: A Critical Anthology. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press

Gardiner, Judith Kegan. (ed.). (2002). Masculinity Studies and Feminist Theory: New Directions. Columbia University Press.
1. Robyn Wiegman, Unmaking: Men and Masculinity in Feminist Theory. (pp. 31-59)
5. Sally Robinson, Pedagogy of the Opaque: Teaching Masculinity Studies. (pp. 141-160)
6. Harry Brod, Studying Masculinities as Superordinate Studies. (pp. 161-175)
7. Judith Newton, Masculinity Studies: A Longed For Profeminist Movement for Academic Men? (pp. 176-192)

Gerschick, Thomas. (1993). Should and Can a White, Heterosexual Middle-Class Man Teach Students About Social Inequality and Oppression? One Person’s Experience and Reflections. In Schoem, David et. al. (eds). Multicultural Teaching in the University. Westport, CT: Praeger.

Gertner, Douglas M. (ed.). (1993). Masculinities, Special Issue (Part I): Teaching About Men, 1(1&2), Winter, Includes:
Gertner, Douglas M. Transforming the Dominant Tradition: A Feminist Critique of Pro-feminist Men’s Studies.
Lim, William et. al. On Being a Student in a Men’s Studies Course.
Messner, Michael A. Confronting Diversity Issues in Courses on Men and Masculinity.
Schwalbe, Michael. Making the Sociological Personal, and the Personal Political - For Men, too.
Messina-Yauchzy, Michael. Unlocking Masculinities: Books for Introductory Courses on Men.
Kivel, Paul. A Proposal for a Pro-feminist Research Agenda.

Gorman-Murray, A., & Hopkins, P. (2018). Andrew Gorman-Murray and Peter Hopkins in Conversation: Reflections on Masculinities and Sexualities Research on GPC’s 25th Anniversary. Gender, Place & Culture, 25(3), 317-324.

Gottzén, L. (2018). Is Masculinity Studies Really the ‘Odd Man Out’? NORMA, 13(2), 81-85.

Gould, Meredith. (1985). Teaching About Men and Masculinity: Method and Meaning. Teaching Sociology, 12(3), April.

Gouws, Dennis S. (2008). Enabling Men in Literature: Teaching Male-Positive Masculinities in a College English Class. International Journal Of Learning, 15(7), Melbourne.

Hanmer, Jalna. (1990). Men, Power, and the Exploitation of Women. Women’s Studies International Forum, 13(5), pp. 443-456 (Also published in Jeff Hearn and David H.J. Morgan. (eds). (1990). Men, Masculinities and Social Theory. London: Unwin Hyman)

Harper, S., and F. Harris III. (2010). College Men and Masculinities: Theory, Research and Implications for Practice. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Haywood, Chris, and Mairtin Mac an Ghaill. (1997). ‘A Man in the Making’: Sexual Masculinities Within Changing Training Cultures. Sociological Review, 45(4), November

Hearn, J. (2008). The Personal is Work is Political is Theoretical: Continuities and Discontinuities in Women’s Studies, (Pro)feminism, ‘Men’ and My Selves. NORA-Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research, 16(4): 241-256.

Hearn, Jeff, and David H.J. Morgan. (1990). The Critique of Men. In Men, Masculinities and Social Theory. Eds Jeff Hearn and David H.J. Morgan. Unwin Hyman, London, UK, pp. 203-205.

Hearn, Jeff, and David H.J. Morgan. (eds). (1990). Men, Masculinities and Social Theory. London: Unwin Hyman

Hearn, Jeff, Keith Pringle, Ursula Müller, Elzbieta Oleksy, Emmi Lattu, Janna Chernova, Harry Ferguson, Øystein Gullvåg Holter, Voldemar Kolga, Irina Novikova, Carmine Ventimiglia, Eivind Olsvik, and Teemu Tallberg. (2002a). Critical Studies on Men in Ten European Countries: (1) The state of academic research. Men and Masculinities, 4(4), April.

Hearn, Jeff, Keith Pringle, Ursula Müller, Elzbieta Oleksy, Emmi Lattu, Janna Chernova, Harry Ferguson, Øystein Gullvåg Holter, Voldemar Kolga, Irina Novikova, Carmine Ventimiglia, Eivind Olsvik, And Teemu Tallberg. (2002b). Critical Studies on Men in Ten European Countries: (2) The state of statistical information. Men and Masculinities, 5(1), July.

Hearn, Jeff, Keith Pringle, Ursula Müller, Elzbieta Oleksy, Emmi Lattu, Teemu Tallberg, Janna Chernova, Harry Ferguson, Øystein Gullvåg Holter, Voldemar Kolga, Irina Novikova, Carmine Ventimiglia, and Eivind Olsvik. (2002c). Critical Studies on Men in Ten European Countries: (3) The state of law and policy. Men and Masculinities, 5(2), October: 192-217.

Hearn, Jeff, Keith Pringle, Ursula Müller, Elzbieta Oleksy, Emmi Lattu, Teemu Tallberg, Harry Ferguson, Øystein Gullvåg Holter, Voldemar Kolga, Irina Novikova, and Alex Raynor. (2003). Critical Studies on Men in Ten European Countries: (4) Newspaper and Media Representations. Men and Masculinities, 6(2), October.

Hearn, Jeff. (1987). Changing Men’s Sexist Practice in the Social Sciences. In The Gender of Oppression: Men, Masculinity and the Critique of Marxism. New York: St. Martin’s Press

Hearn, Jeff. (1989a). Reviewing Men and Masculinities - Or Mostly Boys’ Own Papers. Theory, Culture & Society, 6

Hearn, Jeff. (1989b). Sociological Issues in Studying Men and Masculinities. University of Manchester, Hollsworth Fellowship, Working Paper No. 2.

Hearn, Jeff. (1994). Research in Men and Masculinities: Some Sociological Issues and Possibilities. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology, 30(1), April.

Hearn, Jeff. (ed.). (1993). Researching Men and Researching Men’s Violence, Bradford: University of Bradford, Research Unit on Violence, Abuse and Gender .

Heller, Craig. (1996). A Paradox of Silence: Reflections of a Man Who Teaches Women’s Studies. In Teaching What You’re Not: Identity Politics in Higher Education, Katherine J. Mayberry, ed. New York: New York University Press, pp. 228-241.

Horlacher, Stefan. (2004). Men’s Studies and Gender Studies at the Crossroads (II): Transdisziplinäre Zukunftsperspektiven der Geschlechterforschung. LWU – Literatur in Wissenschaft und Unterricht xxxvii, 3, 267-286.

Hornick, Karen. (1992). Male Writers and Feminist Criticism. NWSA Journal, 4(2), Summer

Ito, Kimio. (1996). An Introduction to Men’s Studies (Danseigaku Nyumon). Tokyo: Sakuhin Publishers.

Jackson, David. (1990). Unmasking Masculinity: A Critical Autobiography. London: Unwin Hyman (especially Chapters 1, 2, 7 and 12) .

Jardine, Alice, and Paul Smith. (1987). Men in Feminism. London & New York: Methuen

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Johnson, S. P., & Weber, B. R. (2011). Toward a Genderful Pedagogy and the Teaching of Masculinity. The Journal of Men’s Studies, 19(2), 138-158.

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Karioris, F. G., & Allan, J. A. (2019). When two become one: sexuality studies and critical studies of men and masculinities. Journal of Gender Studies, 28(3), 247-256. doi:10.1080/09589236.2018.1429257

Karioris, Frank G. , and Jonathan A. Allan. (2018). "When Two Become One: Sexuality Studies and Critical Studies of Men and Masculinities." Journal of Gender Studies. [online first]. doi: 10.1080/09589236.2018.1429257

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Kimmel, Michael S. (1986). Toward Men’s Studies. American Behavioral Scientist, 29(5).

Kimmel, Michael S. (1987). Teaching a Course on Men: Masculinist Reaction or ‘Gentleman’s Auxiliary’?. In Kimmel, Michael S. (ed.). Changing Men: New Directions in Research on Men and Masculinity. New York: Sage

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Laker, J., and T. Davis. (eds). (2011). Masculinities in Higher Education: Theoretical and practical considerations. London and New York: Routledge.
Introduction, Tracy Davis and Jason Laker.
Section A: Theoretical and Historical Perspectives, Section Editor, Jason Laker.
1. Mapping Guyland in College, Michael Kimmel & Tracy Davis.
2. Using the Psychology of Men and Gender Role Conflict Theory To Promote Comprehensive Service Delivery for College Men: A Call to Action, Jim O’Neil & Byrce Crasper.
3. The Situation of Men, and Situating Men in Higher Education: A Conversation about Crisis, Myth and Reality about Male College Students, Frank Harris III & Ryan P. Barone.
4. Inviting and Inspiring Men to Learn: Gendered Pedagogical Considerations for Undergraduate Teaching and Learning Environments, Jason Laker.
Section B: Identity Intersections with Masculinities, Section Editor, Tracy Davis.
5. Man of Multiple Identities: Complex Individuality and Identity Intersectionality among College Men, Shaun R. Harper, Cameron C. Wardell, and Keon M. McGuire.
6. Queer Masculinities in Higher Education, Beth Berila.
7. Socio-economic and Work Identity Intersections with Masculinity and College Success, Brian Reed.
8. Disability Identity Intersections with Masculinities, Tom Gerschick.
Section C: Effective Interventions with College Men, Section Editors, Jason Laker and Tracy Davis.
9. Masculinities (Re)considered: Using a Critical Approach to Working with Men in Groups, Tracy Davis, James LaPrad & Sean Dixon.
10. Using How College Men Feel about Being Men and “Doing the Right Thing” to Promote Men’s Development, Alan Berkowitz.
11. Best Practices for Improving College Men’s HealthDesigning Effective Programs and Services for College Men, Will Courtenay.
12. Successful Judicial Intervention with Men, Randy Ludeman.
13. Women Professionals Working with Men in both Curricular and Co-curricular Environments, Rachel Wagner.

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Introduction: Special Issue On Men and Masculinities In Women’s Studies / Daniel Farr.
Contradictions Within the Classroom: Masculinities in Feminist Studies / Debra Guckenheimer & Jack Kaida Schmidt.
‘Brothers of the Soul’: Men Teaching and Learning in the Spirit of Feminism / Gary L. Lemons & Scott Neumeister.
The Representability and Responsibility of Cisgender Queer Men in Women’s Studies / Scott Lauria Morgensen.
Shaving It All Off: Examining Social Norms of Body Hair among College Men in a Women’s Studies Course / Breanne Fahs.
Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing: Men’s Enlightened Sexism & Hegemonic Masculinity in Academia / Michael Armato.
Cover Artist Statement: The Male Cycles / Aude Du Pasquier Grall.
Book Reviews
Shira Tarrant. Men and Feminism. Berkeley: Seal P, 2009 / Debjani Chakravarty.
Anthony J. Lemelle. Black Masculinity and Sexual Politics. New York: Routledge, 2010 / Cammie M. Sublette.
Sally Hines and Tam Sanger, eds. Transgender Identities: Towards a Social Analysis of Gender Diversity. New York: Routledge, 2010. Lori B. Girshick. Transgender Voices: Beyond Women and Men. Hanover, MA: UP of New England, 2008 / Daniela Jauk.
Travis S.K. Kong. Chinese Male Homosexualities: Memba, Tongzhi and Golden Boy. London: Routledge, 2011 / Wei Wei.



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