Courses focused on men, masculinities, and gender are an increasingly common element of university curricula in such areas as Sociology, History, Anthropology, Cultural Studies, and Literature. Here, we have begun to collect examples of the guides to or outlines of particular courses. You are most welcome to add your courses.
Courses and subjects whose contents are available below are as follows:
- Men and Masculinities (SOC350) (Michael Flood, University of Wollongong, 2011)
- Special Topics: Masculinities (Mike Murphy, University of Illinois, 2011)
- Global Masculinities (Mike Murphy, Washington University in St. Louis—University College, 2006)
- Cultures of Masculinity (Anna Hickey-Moody, University of Sydney, 2010)
- Sociology of Masculinities and Manhood (Sharon Bird, Iowa State University, 2005)
- Sociology of Men and Masculinity (Stephen Kulis, Arizona State University, 2001)
- Contested Masculinities (Amanda Udis-Kessler, Grinnell College, 2002)
- Critical Approaches to Masculinities (Scott Kiesling, University of Pittsburgh, 2004)
- Men and Gender Politics (Tristan Bridges)
- Men and Masculinities (William Marsiglio, 2012)
- Masculinities (Michael Gill, 2012)
- Diverse Masculinities (Neil Balan, 2017)
See below for the collection. For academic discussions of scholarship on men, masculinities, and gender, see the references listed here.