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Part I Queer Masculinities at the K-12 Level
2. Queering Masculinities in Male Teachers’ Lives, Wayne Martino;
3. Queer Masculinities, Gender Conformity, and the Secondary School, Mark McCormack;
4. Phallic Girls?: Girls’ Negotiation of Phallogocentric Power, Emma Renold and Jessica Ringrose;
5. The Queer in Masculinity: Schooling, Boys, and Identity Formation, Máirt’n Mac an Ghaill and Chris Haywood;
6. Tangling with Masculinity: Butchness, Trans, and Feminism, Cris Mayo;
7. Queering Classes: Disrupting Hegemonic Masculinity and the Effects of Compulsory Heterosexuality in the Classroom, Robert Heasley and Betsy Crane.
Part II Queer Masculinities at the Collegiate Level:
8. Queering Masculine Peer Culture: Softening Gender Performances on the University Dance Floor, Grant Tyler Peterson and Eric Anderson;
9. Does Masculinity Have a Race? Queering White Masculinities, Bobby Noble;
10. Queer Listening as a Framework for Teaching Men and Masculinities, John C. Landreau;
11. Becoming the Loon: Queer Pedagogies and Female Masculinity, Stacey Waite;
12. Trading Gender: University Spaces as a Facilitator for Transgressive Embodiment of Women in Male-Dominated Trades, Louisa Smith.
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14. Please Sir! Can I Come Out of the Closet and into the Classroom?”: British Low Culture and Representations of Queer Masculinities in Education, Peter Hughes Jachimiak;
15. Coming Undone: James Baldwin’s Another Country and Queer Pedagogy, Dennis Carlson;
16. Queer Imaginative Bodies and the Politics and Pedagogy of Trans Generosity: The Case of Gender Rebel, Nelson M. Rodriguez;
17. Educating-Bodies: Dialogism, Speech Genres, and Utterances as the Body, David V. Ruffolo.
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