(ii) Further reading

Chapple, Steve, and David Talbot. (1989). The Beast Within. Chapter 5 in Burning Desires: Sex in America. New York: Doubleday

Connell, R.W. (1991). Drumming up the wrong tree. Tikkun, 7(1)

Ellis, Kate. (1994). Who’s Afraid of Robert Bly? Feminism, Gender Politics, and the Mainstream Media. Masculinities, 2(1), Spring.

Faludi, Susan. (1992). Robert Bly: Turning ‘Yoghurt Eaters’ Into ‘Wild Men’. In Backlash: The Undeclared War Against Women. London: Chatto & Windus

Flood, Michael. (1991). Wildmen. XY: Men, Sex, Politics, 1(4), Spring

Gardiner, Judith Kegan. (2002). Theorizing Age and Gender: Bly’s Boys, Feminism, and Maturity Masculinity. In Gardiner, Judith Kegan. (ed.). Masculinity Studies and Feminist Theory: New Directions. Columbia University Press.

Haste, Helen. (1993). Redefining Masculinity. Chapter 12 in The Sexual Metaphor. New York: Harvester Wheatsheaf

Kimmel, M.S. (1992). Reading Men: Men, Masculinity and Publishing. Contemporary Sociology, 21, pp. 162-71.

King, Bill. (1992). The Men’s Movement. Arena, 99/100

Magnuson, E. (2007). Creating Culture in the Mythopoetic Men’s Movement: An Ethnographic Study of Micro-Level Leadership and Socialization. Journal of Men’s Studies, 15(1).

Masculinities. (1993). Special Issue. Includes;
Clatterbaugh, Ken. The Mythopoetic Foundations of New Age Patriarchy.
Beneke, Tim. Deep Masculinity as Social Control: Foucault, Bly and Masculinity.
Gutterman, David. The ‘Phallacy’ of the Wild Man: Robert Bly and the Reaffirmation of Masculinity.
Kimmel, Michael S. Born to Run: Nineteenth Century Fantasies of Masculine Retreat and Re-Creation (Or: The Historical Rust on Iron John).
Putnam, Michael. Rusty Plumbing: Iron John in Contemporary and Historical Perspective.
Nonn, Tim. Moses, Jesus and Iron John.
Dash, Mike. Betwixt and Between in the Men’s Movement.
Murray, Gordon. Homophobia in Robert Bly’s Iron John.
Kupers, Terry. Soft Males and Mama’s Boys: A Critique of Robert Bly.
Fee, Dwight. Men Get Gender-Alert: The Men’s Movement and ‘Therapolitics’.
Schwalbe, Michael. Why Mythopoetic Men Don’t Flock to NOMAS.

Mechling, Elizabeth-Walker, and Jay Mechling. (1994). The Jung and the Restless: The Mythopoetic Men’s Movement. Southern Communication Journal, 59(2), Winter, pp. 97-111.

Mills, Martin. (1997). Wild Men: Looking Back and Lashing Out. (Commentary on Bly, Biddulph & Farrell), Social Alternatives, 16(4), October, pp. 11-14.

Parker, Ian. (1995). Masculinity and Cultural Change: Wild Men. Culture and Psychology, 1(4), December, pp. 455-475.

Pelka, F. (1991). Robert Bly Romanticises History, Trivialises Sexist Oppression, and Lays the Blame for Men’s ‘Grief’ on Women. On the Issues, 19, pp. 17-19.

Pfeil, Fred. (1995). Guerillas in the Mist: Wild Guys and New Age Tribes. In White Guys: Studies in Postmodern Domination and Difference. London & New York: Verso.

Rausing, Sigrid. (1991). Men of Tin. Trouble and Strife, 22, Winter.

Regan, Matthias. (1996). Leaping Into Wilderness: The Landscapes of the Men’s Movement. Bad Subjects, Issue No. 29, November.

Ross, Andrew. (1992). Wet, Dark and Low: Eco-Man Evolves from Eco-Woman. boundary 2, 19(2), Summer.

Samuels, Andrew. The Political Psyche. (chapter critiquing Bly).

Simmons, Erica. (1992). New Age Patriarchs. New Internationalist, No. 227, January.

Stanton, Doug. (1991). Inward, Ho!. Esquire, October, pp. 112-122.

Tacey, David J. (1990). Reconstructing Masculinity: A Post-Jungian Response to Contemporary Men’s Issues. Meanjin, 49(4), Summer.

Tevlin, Jon. (1989). Of Hawks and Men: A Weekend in the Male Wilderness. Utne Reader, Nov/Dec.

Torgovnick, Marianna. (1996). Primitive Passions: Men, Women and the Quest for Ecstasy. David McKay Company.

Upton, Charles. (1993). Hammering Hot Iron: A Spiritual Critique of Bly’s Iron John. Theosophical Publishing House.

Ziguras, Chris. (1996). The Mythopoetic Men’s Movement: Hairy Men Search for Their Souls. Honours thesis, Social Theory. Melbourne University.