16. Race and Ethnicity

(Excerpted from The Men's Bibliography: A comprehensive bibliography of writing on men, masculinities, gender, and sexualities, compiled by Michael Flood. 19th edition, 2008. Home URL: http://mensbiblio.xyonline.net/)

a) Masculinities and race/ethnicity

(i) Introductions and overviews

Adu-Poku, Samuel. (2001). Envisioning (Black) Male Feminism: A Cross-Cultural Perspective. Journal of Gender Studies, Volume 10, Number 2, July, pp. 157-167.

Awkward, Michael. (1995). Negotiating Difference: Race, Gender and the Politics of Positionality. University of Chicago Press. (in part on a ‘black male feminism’).
Introduction: Reading across the Lines.
1: Race, Gender, and the Politics of Reading.
2: A Black Man’s Place in Black Feminist Criticism.
3: Negotiations of Power: White Critics, Black Texts, and the.
Self-Referential Impulse.
4: Representing Rape: On Spike, Iron Mike, and the “Desire Dynamic”.
5: “Unruly and Let Loose”: Myth, Ideology, and Gender in Song of Solomon.
6: “The Crookeds with the Straights”: On Fences, Race, and the Politics of.
Adaptation.
7: “A Slave to the Rhythm”: Essential(ist) Transmutations; or, The Curious.
Case of Michael Jackson

Awkward, Michael. (2002). Black Male Trouble: The Challenges for Rethinking Masculine Differences. In Gardiner, Judith Kegan. (ed.). Masculinity Studies and Feminist Theory: New Directions. Columbia University Press.

Belton, Don. (ed). (1996). Speak My Name: Black Men on Masculinity and the American Dream. Beacon Press.

Blount, Marcellus, and George P. Cunningham. (eds.). (1995). Representing Black Men. Routledge.

Brod, Harry. (1986). Unlearning Racism, Valuing Our Differences. Changing Men, 17, Winter.

Brod, Harry. (ed). (1988). A Mensch Among Men: Explorations in Jewish Masculinity. New York: Crossing Press.

Carbado, Devon. (ed.). (1999). Black Men on Race, Gender, and Sexuality: A Critical Reader. New York University Press.

Chan, Jachinson. (2001). Chinese American Masculinities: From Fu Manchu to Bruce Lee. New York: Routledge.
1. American Inheritance: Chinese American Male Identities.
2. Sax Rohmer’s Dr. Fu Manchu: Scrutinizing the Inscrutable.
3. Charlie Chan: A Model Minority Man.
4. Bruce Lee: A Sexualized Object of Desire.
5. Shang-Chi: Master of Kung Fu.
6. From Boyhood to Manhood.
7. Toward a Masculinity of Inclusion.
Epilogue: Contemporary Asian American Men’s Issues.

Changing Men. (1993). Special Issue: Masculinity and Multiculturalism, No. 26, Summer/Fall.

Cheng, Cliff. (ed). (1999). Journal of Men’s Studies Special Issue: Masculinities From Margin To Center: Studies on Gender, Status, and Representation. 7(3), Spring.
Includes;
Cheng, Cliff. Hyphenated Masculinities: Beyond the Oppressive Universalisms of Sex Essentialistic Gender Roles.
Kendall, Lori. ‘The Nerd Within’: Mass Media and the Negotiation of Identity among Computer-Using Males.
Kurtz, Steve. Butterflies Under Cover: Cuban and Puerto-Rican Gay Masculinities in Miami.
Dunbar, Michele D. Dennis Rodman ‘Barbie Doll Gone Horribly Wrong’: Marginalized Masculinity, Cross-Dressing, and the Limitations of Commodity Culture.
Addelston, Judi. Doing the Full Monty with Dirk and G.I. Jane: Using Phallus to Validate Marginalized Masculinities.
Chua, Peter and Fujino, Diane. Negotiating New Asian-American Masculinities: Attitudes and Gender Expectations.
Migliacio, Todd. Marginalizing the Battered Male: Overcoming Stereotypes.
Cheng, Cliff. On the Functionality of marginalized Masculinities and Femininities: An Ethnography on Organizational Power and Gender Performances.
Cheng, Cliff. De-Marginalizing Marginalized Masculinities.

Clatterbaugh, Kenneth. (1990). A View From Outside: Gay and Black Men Respond. In Contemporary Perspectives on Masculinity: Men, Women, and Politics in Modern Society, Colorado & Oxford: Westview Press.

Connell, R.W. (1998). Masculinities and Globalization. Men and Masculinities, 1(1), July

Connell, R.W. (2000). Masculinities and Globalization. Chapter 3. Globalization and Men’s Bodies. Chapter 4, in The Men and the Boys. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.

Connell, R.W. (2002). Masculinities and Globalisation. Chapter 1 in Heather Worth, Anna Paris, and Louisa Allen. (eds.). The Life of Brian: Masculinities, Sexualities and Health in New Zealand. Dunedin: University of Otago Press.

Connor, Marlene Kim. (1995). What Is Cool? Understanding Black Manhood in America. New York, NY: Crown Publishers.

Cornwall, Andrea, and Nancy Lindisfarne. (eds.). (1993). Dislocating Masculinity: Comparative Ethnographies. London and New York: Routledge.
Includes;
1) Andrea Cornwall & Nancy Lindisfarne - Dislocating Masculinity: Gender, Power and Anthropology.
2) Angie Hart - Missing Masculinity? Prostitutes’ Clients in Alicante, Spain.
3) Peter Loizos - A Broken Mirror: Masculine Sexuality in Greek Ethnography.
4) Nancy Lindisfarne - Variant Masculinities, Variant Virginities: Rethinking ‘Honour and Shame’.
5) David Forrest - ‘We’re Here, We’re Queer, and We’re Not Going Shopping’: Changing Gay Male Identities in Contemporary Britain.
6) Andrea Cornwall - Gendered Identities and Gender Ambiguity Among Travestis in Salvador, Brazil.
7) Lin Foxhall - Pandora Unbound: A Feminist Critique of Foucault’s History of Sexuality.
8) Chenjerai Shire - Men Don’t Go To The Moon: Language, Space and Masculinities in Zimbabwe.
9) Bonnie McElhinny - An Economy of Affect: Objectivity, Masculinity and the Gendering of Police Work.
10) Les Back - The ‘White Negro’ Revisited: Race and Masculinities in South London.
11) Helen Kanitkar - ‘Real True Boys’: Moulding the Cadets of Imperialism.
12) Deniz Kandiyoti - The Paradoxes of Masculinity: Some Thoughts on segregated Societies.

Dipiero, Thomas. (2002). White Men Aren’t. Duke Univ Press.

Doyle, James A. (1989). Of Macho Bros and Cool Dudes: Men of Color. In The Male Experience. (2nd edition) Iowa: W.M.C. Brown.

Edwards, Tim. (2006). On the Other Side of the Mirror II: Masculinity, race and ethnicity. Chapter 5 in Cultures of Masculinity. Routledge.

Eng, David L. (2001). Racial Castration: Managing Masculinity in Asian America. Durham [N.C.]: Duke University Press.
Introduction: Racial Castration.
1. I’ve Been (Re)Working on the Railroad: Photography and National History in China Men and Donald Duk.
2. Primal Scenes: Queer Childhood in. The Shoyu Kid.
3. Heterosexuality in the Face of Whiteness: Divided Belief in M. Butterfly.
4. Male Hysteria - Real and Imagined - in Eat a Bowl of Tea and Pangs of Love.
Epilogue: Out Here and Over There: Queerness and Diaspora in Asian American Studies.

Ferber, Abby L. (1998). White Man Falling: Race, Gender and White Supremacy. Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield.

Flood, Michael. (1994-1995). Men, Difference and Racism. XY: Men, Sex, Politics, 4(4), Summer.

Gibbs, Jewelle Taylor. (1992). Young Black Males in America: Endangered, Embittered, and Embattled. In Kimmel, Michael and Messner, Michael. (eds.). Men’s Lives. New York/Toronto: Macmillan/Maxwell (2nd edition).

Gibbs, Jewelle Taylor. (1994). Young Black Males: Marginality, Masculinity and Criminality. In Newburn, Tim and Stanko, Elizabeth A. (eds.). Just Boys Doing Business? Men, Masculinities and Crime. London: Routledge

Gibbs, Jewelle Taylor. (ed). (1988). Young, Black and Male in America: An Endangered Species. Dover, Mass.: Auburn House.

Gilmore, David. (1990). Manhood in the Making: Cultural Concepts of Masculinity. New Haven & London: Yale University Press

Gonzalez, Ray. (ed). (1996). Muy Macho: Latino Men Confront Their Manhood. Anchor Books.

Gutmann, Matthew C. (1996). The Meanings Of Macho: Being a Man in Mexico City. University of California Press.

Gutmann, Matthew C. (1997). Trafficking in Men: The Anthropology of Masculinity. Annual Review of Anthropology, pp. 385-409.

hooks, bell. (1990). Black Women and Men: Partnership in the 1990s. In Yearning: Race, Gender, and Cultural Politics. Boston, MA: South End Press.

hooks, bell. (1992). Reconstructing Black Masculinity. In Black Looks: Race and Representation. Boston, MA: South End Press (Also in Perchuk, Andrew and Posner, Helaine. (eds.). (1995). The Masculine Masquerade: Masculinity and Representation. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press (includes select bibliography))

Journal of Men’s Studies. (1993). Special Issue on African American Men. 1(3), February.
Includes;
Cultural Value Differences: Implications for the Experiences of African-American Men.
Clowns, Buffoons, and Gladiators: Media Portrayals of the African-American Man.
Institutional Factors That Influence the Academic Success of African-American Men.
Health and the African-American Man: A Selective Review of the Literature.
Intervention Research and the Empowerment of African-American Men.
Where Do We Go From Here?.

Kimmel, Michael, Jeff Hearn, and R.W. Connell. (eds.). (2005). The Handbook of Studies on Men and Masculinities. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Includes;
5. Globalization, Imperialism and Masculinities / R. W. Connell, University of Sydney
6. Men in the Third World: Postcolonial Perspectives on Masculinity / Robert Morrell, University of Natal and Sandra Swart, University of Stellenbosch
7. Masculinities in Latin America / Matthew C. Gutmann, Brown University and Mara Viveros Vigoya, Universidad Nacional de Colombia
8. East Asian Masculinities / Taga Futoshi, Kurume University
9. Men, Masculinities and ‘Europe’ / Committee for Research on Men and Masculinities in Europe (CROME)
26. Mullahs, Martyrs, and Men: Conceptualizing Masculinity in the Islamic Republic of Iran / Shahin Gerami, Southwest Missouri State University

Lindsay, L.A., and S.F. Miescher. (eds.). (2003). Men and Masculinities in Modern Africa. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.
Contents;
Introduction: Men and Masculinities in Modern African History / Stephan F. Miescher and Lisa A. Lindsay
Challenging Senior Masculinity
Forsaking Their Fathers? Colonialism, Christianity, and Coming of Age in Ovamboland, North Namibia / Meredith McKittrick
“And She Became a Man”: King Ahebi Ugbabe in the History of Enugu-Ezike, Nsukka Division, 1880-1948 / Nwando Achebe
Old Soldiers, Young Men: Masculinity, Islam, and Military Veterans in Late 1950s Soudan / Gregory Mann
(Re)Making Men in Colonial Africa
The Making of Presbyterian Teachers: Masculinities and Programs of Education in Colonial Ghana / Stephan F. Miescher
“Taken as Boys”: The Politics of Black Police Employment and Experience in Early 20th-Century South Africa / Keith Shear
Industrial Man Goes to Africa / Frederick Cooper
Money, Marriage, and Masculinity on the Colonial Nigerian Railway / Lisa A. Lindsay
A “Man” in the Village Is a “Boy” in the Workplace: Colonial Racism, Worker Militance, and Igbo Nations of Masculinity in the Nigerian Coal Industry, 1930-1945 / Carolyn A. Brown
Gendered Nationalism
Matrimony and Rebellion: Masculinity in Mau Mau / Luise White
Gendered Nationalism: Forms of Masculinity in Modern Asante, Ghana / Pashington Obeng
Masculinity and Modernity
Being Maasai Men: Modernity and the Production of Maasai Masculinities / Dorothy L. Hodgson
To Be a Man Is More Than a Day’s Work: Shifting Ideals of Masculinity in Ado-Odo, S. W. Nigeria / Andrea A. Cornwall
Afterward / Luise White.

Majors, Richard G., and Jacob U. Gordon. (eds.). (1994). The American Black Male: His Present Status and His Future.

Majors, Richard G. and Janet Mancinin. (1992). Cool Pose: The Dilemmas of Black Manhood in America. New York: Lexington Books.

Messner, Michael A. (1997). Racial and Sexual Identity Politics: Racialized Masculinity Politics and Gay Male Liberation. Chapter 5 in Politics of Masculinities: Men in Movements. University of Southern California: Sage Publications.

Mirande, Alfredo. (1997). Hombres Y Machos: Masculinity and Latino Culture. Westview Press.

Mutua, Anthena D. (ed.). (2006). Progressive Black Masculinities. Routledge.

Newton, Judith. (1998). White Guys. Feminist Studies, 24(3), Fall.

Novikova, I., and D. Kambourov. (eds.). (2003). Men in the Global World: Integrating Post-Socialist Perspectives. Helsinki: Kikimora Publications.

Ouzgane, Lahoucine, and Daniel Coleman. (eds.). (1998). Jouvert: A Journal of Postcolonial Studies, Special Issue: Postcolonial Masculinities, 1(2).
Includes;
Ouzgane, Lahoucine and Coleman, Daniel. Cashing out the Patriarchal Dividends: An Interview with R. W. Connell.
Holden, Philip. The Significance of Uselessness: Resisting Colonial Masculinity in Philip Jeyaretnam’s Abraham’s Promise.
Enteen, Jillana. ‘Whiskey is Whiskey: You Can’t Make Cocktail From That!’ Self-Identified Gay Thai Men in Bangkok.
Clarke, George Elliott. Cool Politics: Styles of Honour in Malcolm X and Miles Davis.
Kee, Joan. (Re)Sexualizing the Desexualized Asian Male in the Works of Ken Chu and Michael Joo.
Spear, Thomas. Carnivalesque Jouissance: Representations of Sexuality in the Francophone West Indian novel.
Stanovsky, Derek. Fela and His Wives: The Import of a Postcolonial Masculinity.
Pattman, Rob. Learning to be Men at a Teachers’ College in Zimbabwe.

Ouzgane, Lahoucine, and Robert Morrell. (eds.). (2005). African Masculinities: Men in Africa from the Late Nineteenty Century to the Present. New York and South Africa: Palgrave Macmillan and KwaZulu-Natal Press.
Contents;
African Masculinities: An Introduction; R.Morrell & L.Ouzgane
PART I: INTERPRETING MASCULINITY
A Grammar of Black Masculinity: A Body of Science; A.F.Saint-Aubin
Somewhere, Over the Rainbow: Cape Town, South Africa, as a ‘Gay Destination’ - G.S.Elder
Visualizing Homosexualities in Africa, Dakan: An Interview with Filmmaker Mohamed Camara; B.Ellerson
Hausa Concepts of Masculinity and the ‘Yan Daudu’; F.A.Salamone
PART II: REPRESENTING MASCULINITY
To Be A Man: Changing Constructions of Manhood in Drum Magazine, 1951-1965; L.Clowes
Of Masks, Mimicry, Misogyny, and Miscegenation: Forging Black South African Masculinity in Bloke Modisane’s Blame Me On History; M.Goldsmith
The Troubled Masculinities of Tsitsi Dangarembga’s Nervous Conditions; K.Holland
(Dis)Enabling Masculinities: The Word and the Body, Class Politics and Male Sexuality in El Saadawi’s God Dies by the Nile; S.Hayward
The Masculine Subject of Colonialism: The Egyptian Loss of the Sudan; W.C.Jacob
PART III: CONSTRUCTING MASCULINITY
Gender and Embodiment: Expectations of Manliness in a Zambian Village; P.Dover
Poverty, Male Disempowerment and Male Sexuality: Rethinking Men and Masculinities in Rural and Urban East Africa; M.Silberschmidt
Violence and the Gendered Negotiation of Masculinity Among Young Black School Boys in South Africa; D.Bhana
‘Ugandans’, Cats and Others: Constructing Student Masculinities at the University of Botswana; R.Pattman
PART IV: CONTESTING MASCULINITY
Indentured Masculinity in Colonial Natal, 1860-1910; G.Vahed
Men Doing ‘Women’s Work’: Masculinity and Gender Relations Among Street Vendors in Maputo, Mozambique; V.Agadjanian
Men, Movements and Gender Transformation in South Africa; R.Morrell
Sexuality, Masculinity, and Infertility in Egypt: Potent Troubles in the Marital and Medical Encounters; M.C.Inhorn

Ouzgane, Lahoucine. (ed.). (2002). Journal of Men’s Studies. Special issue: African Masculinities. 10(3), Spring.
Contents;
Guest Editorial: An Introduction / Lahoucine Ouzgane.
A Grammar of Black Masculinity: A Body of Science / Arthur F. Saint-Aubin.
Men, Movements and Gender Transformation in South Africa / Robert Morrell.
Men Doing ‘Women’s Work’: Masculinity and Gender Relations Among Street Vendors in Maputo, Mozambique / Victor Agadjanian.
Of Masks, Mimicry, Misogyny, and Miscegenation: Forging Black South African Masculinity in Bloke Modisane’s Blame Me on History / Meredith Goldsmith.
Mines, Minstrels, and Masculinity: Race, Class, Gender, and the Formation of the South African Working Class, 1870-1900 / Zine Magubane.
Homosexuality in Traditional Lesotho Culture / Marc Epprech.
Sexuality, Masculinity, and Infertility in Egypt: Potent Troubles in the Marital and Medical Encounters / Marcia Inhorn.
Sexism and Rape Culture in Moroccan Social Discourse / Don Conway-Long.

Pease, Bob, and Keith Pringle. (eds.). (2002). A Man’s World: Changing Men’s Practices in a Globalized World. London: Zed Books.

Pease, Bob. (2002). Racialising Men: Race, Ethnicities and Postcolonialism. Chapter 12 in Men and Gender Relations. Melbourne: Tertiary Press.

Ross, Marlon B. (1998). In Search of Black Men’s Masculinities. Feminist Studies, 24(3), Fall.

Rutherford, Jonathan. (1997). Forever England: Reflections on Race, Masculinity and Empire. Lawrence & Wishart.

Savran, David. (1998). Taking It Like A Man: White Masculinity, Masochism, and Contemporary American Culture. Princeton University Press.

Segal, Lynne. (1990). Black Masculinity and the White Man’s Black Man. Chapter 7 in Slow Motion: Changing Masculinities, Changing Men. London: Virago.

Stecopoulos, Harry, and Michael Uebel. (eds.). (1997). Race and the Subject of Masculinities. Duke University Press.
Includes;
Uebel, Michael. Men in Color: Introducing Race and the Subject of Masculinities.
Dollimore, Jonathan. Desire and Difference: Homosexuality, Race, Masculinity.
Wiegman, Robyn. Fiedler and Sons.
Looby, Christopher. ‘As Thoroughly Black as The Most Faithful Philanthropist Could Desire’: Erotics of Race in Higginson’s Army Life in a Black Regiment.
Wald, Gayle. Mezz Mezzrow and the Voluntary Negro Blues.
Medovoi, Leerom. Reading the Blackboard: Youth, Masculinity, and Racial Cross-Identification.
Stecopoulos, Harry. The World According to Normal Bean: Edgar Rice Burroughs’s Popular Culture.
Lott, Eric. All the King’s Men: Elvis Impersonators and White Working-Class Masculinity.
Kelley, Robin D.G. The Riddle of the Zoot: Malcolm Little and Black Cultural Politics During World War II.
Beavers, Herman. ‘The Cool Pose’: Intersectionality, Masculinity, and Quiescence in the Comedy and Films of Richard Pryor and Eddie Murphy.
Dyer, Richard. The White Man’s Muscles.
Tasker, Yvonne. Fists of Fury: Discourses of Race and Masculinity in the Martial Arts Cinema.
Munoz, Jose E. Photographies of Mourning: Melancholia and Ambivalence in Van Der Zee, Mapplethorpe, and Looking for Langston.
McDowell, Deborah E. Pecs and Reps: Muscling In on Race and the Subject of Masculinities.

Wellman, David. (1997). Minstrel Shows, Affirmative Action Talk, and Angry White Men: Marking Racial Otherness in the 1990s. In Frankenberg, Ruth. (ed.). Displacing Whiteness: Essays in Social and Cultural Criticism. Durham & London: Duke University Press.

(i) Further Works

-. (1977). Various pieces in section “Third World Men”. In Snodgrass, Jon. (ed.). A Book of Readings: For Men Against Sexism, Albion CA: Times Change Press.

Abalos, David T. (2001). The Latino Male: A Radical Redefinition. Boulder, Co.: Lynne Rienner Publishers.

Abalos, David T. (2005). Transforming the Personal, Political, Historical, and Sacred Faces of the Latino Male. Journal of Men’s Studies, Winter, Vol. 13, Iss. 2.

Abreu, Jose M., Rodney K. Goodyear, Alvaro Campos, and Michael D. Newcomb. (2000). Ethnic Belonging and Traditional Masculinity Ideology Among African Americans, European Americans, and Latinos. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 1(2), July.

Alexander, Bryant Keith. (2004). Passing, Cultural Performance, and Individual Agency: Performative Reflections on Black Masculine Identity. Cultural Studies - Critical Methodologies, 4, 3, Aug, 377-404.

Alexander, Claire E. (2000). The Asian Gang: Ethnicity, Identity, Masculinity. Oxford, UK: Berg.

Alston, Harvey. (1994). Black Males: An African American View on Raising Young Men.

Andrew, A. (2004). Dominant and destructive masculinities. International Affairs, January, vol. 80, no. 1, pp. 89-91.

Anonymous. (2005). Racial Myths and Masculinity in African American Literature. Black Issues in Higher Education, 22(2): 39.

Archer, L. (2001). ‘Muslim Brothers, Black Lads, Traditional Asians’: British Muslim Young Men’s Constructions of Race, Religion and Masculinity. Feminism Psychology, 11(1): 79-105.

Archer, Louise, and Hiromi Yamashita. (2003). Theorising inner-city masculinities: ‘Race’, class, gender and education. Gender & Education, 15(2), pp. 115-132.

Archer, Louise. (2001). ‘Muslim Brothers, Black Lads, Traditional Asians’: British Muslim Young Men’s Constructions of Race, Religion and Masculinity. Feminism & Psychology. 11(1 Special Issue SI):79-105, Feb.

Aronson, R.E., T.L. Whitehead, and W.L. Baber. (2003). Challenges to masculine transformation among urban low-income African American males. American Journal of Public Health, May, Vol. 93, Iss. 5.

Ashwin S., and T. Lytkina. (2004). Men in Crisis in Russia: The Role of Domestic Marginalization. Gender & Society, April, vol. 18, no. 2, pp. 189-206.

Austin, Bobby William. et al. (2003). Wake Up and Start to Live: An Analysis of a Gallup Poll and a Statistical Profile of African American Men, 1990-2000. University Press of America.

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

Baker, Houston A. (ed). (2001). Critical memory: Public spheres, African American writing, and Black fathers and sons in America. Athens: University of Georgia Press.

Basso, Matthew, Laura McCall, and Dee Garceau. (eds.). (2001). Across the Great Divide: Cultures of Manhood in the American West. New York: Routledge.
Introduction / Laura McCall.
1. ‘Tell Me with Whom You Walk and I Will Tell You Who You Are’: Honor and Virtue in Eighteenth-Century Colonial New Mexico / Ramon A. Gutierrez.
2. Bulls, Bears, and Dancing Boys: Race, Gender, and Leisure in the California Gold Rush / Susan Lee Johnson.
3. Manly Gambles: The Politics of Risk on the Comstock Lode, 1860-1880 / Gunther Peck.
4. Cool to the End: Public Hangings and Western Manhood / Durwood Ball.
5. White Men, Red Masks: Appropriations of ‘Indian’ Manhood in Imagined Wests / David Anthony Tyeeme Clark; Joane Nagel.
6. ‘A Distinct and Antagonistic Race’: Constructions of Chinese Manhood in the Exclusionist Debates, 1869-1878 / Karen J. Leong.
7. Nomads, Bunkies, Cross-Dressers, and Family Men: Cowboy Identity and the Gendering of Ranch Work / Dee Garceau.
8. Domesticated Bliss: Ranchers and Their Animals / Karen R. Merrill.
9. Man-Power: Montana Copper Workers, State Authority, and the(Re)drafting of Manhood during World War II / Matthew Basso.
10. On the Road: Cassady, Kerouac, and Images of Late Western Masculinity / Craig Leavitt.
11. ‘All the Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes’: The Utilization of the Cowboy-Hero Image in Contemporary Asian-American Literature / Steven M. Lee.
12. ‘I Guess Your Warrior Look Doesn’t Work Every Time’: Challenging Indian Masculinity in the Cinema / Brian Klopotek.
13. Tex-Sex-Mex: American Identities, Lone Stars, and the Politics of Racialized Sexuality / Jose E. Limon.

Beam, Joseph. (ed). (1986). In the Life: A Black Gay Anthology. Boston: Alyson Publications.

Beattie, Peter M. (2002). Beyond Machismos: Recent Examinations of Masculinities in Latin America. Men and Masculinities, 4(3), January, pp. 303-308.

Bell, Derrick. (1995). The Race-Charged Relationship of Black Men and Black Women. In Berger, Maurice, Wallis, Brian and Watson, Simon. (eds.). Constructing Masculinity. New York and London: Routledge.

Berg, Lawrence D., and Robyn Longhurst. (2003). Placing Masculinities and Geography. Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, Volume 10, Number 4, December, pp. 351-360.

Berry, V.T. (1992). From Good Times to The Cosby Show: Perceptions of Changing Televised Images Among Black Fathers and Sons. In Craig, Steve. (ed.). Men, Masculinity and the Media. Newbury Park: Sage.

Berry, Venise T. and Harold Looney. (1996). Rap Music, Black Men, and the Police. In Berry, Venise T. and Carmen L. Manning-Miller, (eds.). Mediated Messages and African-American Culture: Contemporary Issues. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Bertellini, G. (2005). Duce/Divo: Masculinity, Racial Identity, and Politics among Italian Americans in 1920s New York City. Journal of Urban History, 31(5): 685-726.

Black, Daniel P. (1997). Dismantling Black Manhood: An Historical and Literary Analysis of the Legacy of Slavery. New York: Garland Pub.

Blossfeld, H.P., M. Mills and F. Bernardi (eds) (2006). Globalization, Uncertainty and Men’s Careers: An International Comparison. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Booker, Christopher B. (2000). “I Will Wear No Chain!”: a Social History of African-American Males. Westport, CT: Praeger,.

Boyarin, Daniel. (1997). Unheroic Conduct: The Rise of Heterosexuality and the Invention of the Jewish Man. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Boyd Herb, and Robert L. Allen. (eds.). (1996). Brotherman: The Odyssey of Black Men in America. Fawcett Books.

Boyd, Todd. (1996). A Small Introduction to the “G” Funk Era: Gangsta Rap and Black Masculinity in Contemporary Los Angeles. In Dear, Michael J., H. Eric Schockman, and Greg Hise, (eds.). Rethinking Los Angeles. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Boyd, Todd. (1997). The Day the Niggaz Took Over: Basketball, Commodity Culture, and Black Masculinity. In Baker, Aaron and Todd Boyd, (eds.). Out of Bounds: Sports, Media, and the Politics of Identity. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.

Braden, Warren R. (1999). Homies: Peer Mentoring Among African-American Males. L E P S Press.

Brandes, Stanley. (1980). Metaphors of Masculinity: Sex and Status in Andalusian Folklore. Pennsylvania: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Braziel, Jana Evans. (2003). Trans-American constructions of black masculinity. Callaloo. Baltimore: Summer, Vol. 26, Iss. 3.

Bredesen, Ole. (2004). Global Masculinities. Kvinneforskning (Journal of Gender Research in Norway), Special edition: North South. Gendered Views from Norway.

Brian, Phillip. (1996). Are We Not Men? Masculine Anxiety and the Problem of African-American Identity. New York: Oxford University Press.

Brittan, Arthur and Maynard, M. (1984). Sexism, Racism and Oppression. Basil Blackwell.

Brown, Jeffrey A. (1999). Comic Book Masculinity and the New Black Superhero. African American Review, 33 (Spring): 25-42.

Brownell, Susan, and Jeffrey N. Wasserstrom. (eds.). (2002). Chinese Femininities, Chinese Masculinities: A Reader. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Contents;
Foreword / Thomas Laqueur Introduction: Theorizing Femininities and Masculinities / Susan Brownell; Jeffrey N. Wasserstrom.
Pt. I. Gender and the Law (Qing Dynasty).
1. Femininity in Flux: Gendered Virtue and Social Conflict in the Mid-Qing Courtroom / Janet M. Theiss.
2. Dangerous Males, Vulnerable Males, and Polluted Males: The Regulation of Masculinity in Qing Dynasty Law / Matthew H. Sommer.
Pt. II. Ideals of Marriage and Family (Mid-Qing Dynasty and Early Republican Era).
3. Grooming a Daughter for Marriage: Brides and Wives in the Mid-Qing Period / Susan Mann.
4. ‘The Truths I Have Learned’: Nationalism, Family Reform, and Male Identity in China’s New Culture Movement, 1915-1923 / Susan L. Glosser.
Pt. III. Gender in Literary Traditions (May Fourth Era to Reform Era).
5. Invention and Intervention: The Making of a Female Tradition in Modern Chinese Literature / Lydia H. Liu.
6. The Self Loving the Self: Men and Connoisseurship in Modern Chinese Literature / Wendy Larson.
Pt. V. Dangerous Women and Dangerous Men (Late Ming Dynasty to Early Communist Period).
7. Modernizing Sex, Sexing Modernity: Prostitution in Early-Twentieth-Century Shanghai / Gail Hershatter.
8. Approximations of Chinese Bandits: Perverse Rebels, Romantic Heroes, or Frustrated Bachelors? / David Ownby.
Pt. V. The Gender of Rebels (Cultural Revolution).
9. Maoist Mappings of Gender: Reassessing the Red Guards / Emily Honig.
10. ‘Little Brothers’ in the Cultural Revolution: The Worker Rebels of Shanghai / Elizabeth J. Perry; Nara Dillon.
Pt. VI. Blood, Qi, and the Gendered Body (Qing Dynasty and Reform Era).
11. Blood, Body, and Gender: Medical Images of the Female Condition in China, 1600-1850 / Charlotte Furth.
12. Embodying Qi and Masculinities in Post-Mao China / Nancy N. Chen.
Pt. VII. Shifting Contexts of Gender and Sexuality (Reform Era).
13. Past, Perfect or Imperfect: Changing Images of the Ideal Wife / Harriet Evans.
14. Proper Men and Proper Women: Parental Affection in the Chinese Family / William Jankowiak.
Pt. VIII. Gender Sexuality, and Ethnicity (Reform Era).
15. Gender and Internal Orientalism in China / Louisa Schein.
16. Tradition and the Gender of Civility / Ralph Litzinger.
Afterword: Putting Gender at the Center / Jeffrey N. Wasserstrom; Susan Brownell.

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Chopra, Radhika, Caroline Osella, and Filippo Osella. (eds.). (2004). South Asian Masculinities: Context of Change, Sites of Continuity. New Dehli: Women Unlimited (Kali for Women).
Contents;
Introduction: Towards a More Nuanced Approach to Masculinity – Towards a Richer Understanding of South Asian Men / CAROLINE OSELLA, FILIPPO OSELLA & RADHIKA CHOPRA.
Encountering Masculinity: An ethnographer’s dilemma / RADHIKA CHOPRA.
The Workplace and the Neighbourhood: locating masculinities in the south Indian textile industry / GEERT DE NEVE.
Virginity vs. Decency: continuity and change in Pakistani men’s perception of sexuality and women / THOMAS MICHAEL WALLE.
‘My man (honour) is lost but I still have my iman (principle)’: sexual violence and articulation of masculinity / NAYANIKA MOOKHERJEE.
Gays, Paternity and Polyandry: making sense of new family forms in contemporary Sri Lanka / BOB SIMPSON.
The Masculinity of Dis-location: commodities, the metropolis, and the sex clinics of Delhi and Mumbai / SANJAY SRIVASTAVA.
Malayali Young Men and their Movie Heroes / CAROLINE & FILIPPO OSELLA.
The Importance of being Gandhi: gendering the national subject in Bombay cinema / KAREN GABRIEL.
Another History Rises to the Surface: melodrama in the age of digital simulation. Hey Ram! (Kamalahasan, 1999). / RAVI VASUDEVAN.
The Hero as Holy Man: a plea for a communal Hindu identity / ALESSANDRO MONTI.
Developing Powers: modernisation and the masculine hegemony of Hindu nationalism / P.K. VIJAYAN.

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Introduction / Keith Clark.
1. Rescuing the Black Homosexual Lambs: Randall Kenan and the Reconstruction of Southern Gay Masculinity / Sheila Smith McKoy.
2. The Disease Called Strength: The Masculine Manifestation in Raymond Andrew’s Appalachee Red / Trudier Harris.
3. Looking Homewood: The Evolution of John Edgar Wideman’s Folk Imagination / Raymond E. Janifer.
4. Commodity Culture and the Conflation of Time in Ishmael Reed’s Flight to Canada / A. T. Spaulding.
5. Clarence Major’s All-Night Visitors: Calibanic Discourse and Black Male Expression / James W. Coleman.
6. ‘I Was My Father’s Father, and He My Child’: The Process of Black Fatherhood and Literary Evolution in Charles Johnson’s Fiction / William R. Nash.
7. Prodigal Agency: Allegory and Voice in Ernest J. Gaines’s A Lesson before Dying / Herman Beavers.
8. Without a Cosmology: The Psychospiritual Condition of African-American Men in Brent Wade’s Company Man and Melvin Dixon’s Trouble the Water / Melvin B. Rahming.
9. Are Love and Literature Political? Black Homopoetics in the 1990s / Kenyatta Dorey Graves.
10. Healing the Scars of Masculinity: Reflections on Baseball, Gunshots, and War Wounds in August Wilson’s Fences / Keith Clark.

Cleaver, Frances. (ed.). (2002). Masculinities Matter! Men, Gender and Development. New York: Zed Books.
New Directions in Gender and Development: The Case for Considering Men / Frances Cleaver.
Nationalism, Masculinity and the Developmental State: Exploring Hindutva Masculinities / Prem Vijayan.
Collapsing Masculinities and Weak States: A Case Study of Northern Uganda / Chris Dolan.
Forget Lenin: The Pinguero and the Jintero as the New Guides of the International Proletariat / David Forrest.
Deconstructing Domination: Gender Disempowerment and the Legacy of Colonialism and Apartheid in Omaheke, Namibia / Niki Kandirikirira.
Men in Women’s Groups: A Gender and Agency Analysis of Local Institutions / Helen Hambly Odame.
Boys Will Be Boys: Addressing the Social Construction of Gender / Marilyn Thomson.
Why Do Dogs Lick Their Balls? Gender, Desire and Change: A Case Study from Vietnam.
Targeting Men for a Change: AIDS Discourse and Activism in Africa / Janet Bujra

Collins, Jock, Greg Noble, Scott Poynting, and Paul Tabar. (2000). Kebabs, Kids, Cops and Crime: Youth, Ethnicity and Crime. Sydney: Pluto Press
Includes: Chapter 5, ‘Someone to Fear’: Lebanese Youth, Gangs, Masculinity and Racism.

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4. In Malcolm’s Shadow: Masculinity and the ghetto in Black Film.
6. Using Malcolm: Heroism, Collective Memory, and the Crisis of Black Males.

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Ghoussoub, Mai, and Emma Sinclair-Webb. (eds.). (2000). Imagined Masculinities: Male Identity and Culture in the Modern Middle East. I. B. Taurus.
PART I: MAKING MEN: INSTITUTlONS AND SOCIAL PRACTICES.
1. Festivities of Violence: Circumcision and the Making of Men,Abdelwahab Bouhdiba, Abdu Kbal.
2. Circumcision, the First Haircut and the Torah: Ritual and Male Identity Among the Ultraorthodox Community of Israel, Yoram Bilu.
3. ‘Our Billent Is Now a Commando’: Military Service and Manhood in Turkey, Emma Sinclair-Webb.
‘Military service in spite of me’: Interview with L.S., Former Conscript.
4. Male Gender and Rituals of Resistance in the Palestinian Intifada: A Cultural Politics of Violence, Julie Peteet.
5. The Military as a Second Bar Mitzvah: Combat Service as Initiation to Zionist Masculinity, Danny Kaplan.
PART II: MALE FICTIONS: NARRATIVES, IMAGES AND ICONS.
6. Reading ‘Wiles of Women’ Stories as Fictions of Masculinity, Afsaneh Najmabadi.
7. Male Homosexuality in Modern Arabic Literature, Frederic Lagrange.
8. Farid Shauqi: Tough Guy, Family Man, Cinema Star, Walter Armbrust.
9. Chewing Gum, Insatiable Women and Foreign Enemies: Male Fears and the Arab Media, Mal Ghoussoub.
10. ‘That’s how I am, world!’: Saddam, Manhood and the Monolithic Image, Hazim Saghieb.
PART III: MEMOIR AND MALE IDENTITY.
11. Lentils in Paradise, Moris Farhi.
12. Not the Man My Father Was, Ahmad Beydoun.
13. Those Two Heavy Wings of Manhood: On Moustaches, Hassan Daoud.

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Gutmann, Matthew C. (ed). (2001). Men and Masculinities, Special Issue; Men and Masculinities in Latin America, 3(3), January
Includes;
The Vicissitudes of Men and Masculinities in Latin America / Gutmann, Matthew C.
Contemporary Latin American Perspectives on Masculinity / Vigoya, Mara Viveros.
Philanderers, Cuckolds, and Wily Women: A Reexamination of Gender Relations in a Brazilian Working-Class Neighborhood / Fonseca, Claudia.
Verguenza and Changing Chicano and Chicana Narratives / Barriga, Miguel Diaz.
Machismo and Politics in Ecuador: The Case of Pancho Jaime / Andrade, Xavier.
The Social Constitution of Gender Identity among Peruvian Men / Fuller, Norma.

Gutmann, Matthew C. (ed). (2003). Changing Men and Masculinities in Latin America. Duke Univ Pr.
Introduction: Discarding Manly Dichotomies in Latin America / Matthew C. Gutmann.
Contemporary Latin American Perspectives on Masculinity / Mara Viveros Vigoya.
Urban Men and Masculinities.
Philanderers, Cuckolds, and Wily Women: Reexamining Gender Relations in a Brazilian Working-Class Neighborhood / Claudia Fonseca.
Men and Their Histories: Restructuring, Gender Inequality, and Life Transitions in Urban Mexico / Agustin Escobar Latapi.
Malandros, Maria Lionza, and Masculinity in a Venezuelan Shantytown / Francisco Ferrandiz.
The Social Constructions of Gender Identity among Peruvian Males / Norma Fuller.
Drink, Abstinence, and Male Identity in Mexico City / Stanley Brandes.
Representations and Practices.
Barbudos, Warriors, and Rotos: The MIR, Masculinity, and Power in the Chilean Agrarian Reform, 1965-74 / Florencia E. Mallon.
Sexuality and Revolution: On the Footnotes to El beso de la mujer arana / Daniel Balderston.
Measures of Manhood: Honor, Enlisted Army Service, and Slavery’s Decline in Brazil, 1850-90 / Peter M. Beattie.
Verguenza and Changing Chicano/a Narratives / Miguel Diaz Barriga.
Pancho Jaime and the Political Uses of Masculinity in Ecuador / X. Andrade.
Sexuality and Paternity.
Changing Sexualities: Masculinity and Male Homosexualities in Brazil / Richard Parker.
Men at Home? Child Rearing and Housekeeping among Chilean Working-Class Fathers/ Jose Olavarria.
Neither Machos nor Maricones: Masculinity and Emerging Male Homosexual Identities in Mexico / Hector Carrillo.
Rape and the Politics of Masculine Silence in Argentina / Donna J. Guy.

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The Times of Change: Men and Masculinity in Southern Africa - Robert Morrell.
PART ONE: THE BODY IN ACTION: GUNS, SPORT AND VIOLENCE.
1. Gun Violence and Masculinity in Contemporary South Africa - Jacklyn Cock.
2. Ukubekezela or Ukuzithemba: African Life Savers In Durban - Crispin Hemson.
3. ‘Man, gun and horse’: Hard Right Afrikaner Masculine Identity in Post-Apartheid South Africa - Sandra Swart.
4. Making Waves, Making Men: The Emergence of Competitive Surfing Masculinity in South Africa During the Late 1970s - Glen Thompson.
5. Masculinity and its Malcontents: The Confrontation between ‘Struggle Masculinity’ and ‘Post-Struggle Masculinity’. (1990-1997). - Thokozani Xaba.
PART TWO: FATHERS, FAMILIES AND KINSHIP.
6. Locusts fall from the sky: Manhood and Migrancy in KwaZulu - Benedict Carton.
7. Jandamarra, my Great-Grandfather and the British Empire: Reflections on Colonial War, Family History and the Making of Men and Women - Jon Hyslop.
8. Puritanism Transformed: Afrikaner Masculinities in the Apartheid and Post- Apartheid Period - Kobus Du Pisani.
9. Men Rule, but Blood Speaks: Gender, Identity, and Kinship at the Installation of a Female Chief in Matabeleland, Zimbabwe - Bjorn Lindgren.
10. ‘Men amongst Men’: Masculinity and Zulu Nationalism in the 1980s - Thembisa Waetjen and Gerhard Mare.
PART THREE: PERFORMING MASCULINITY.
11. Disappointed Men: Masculine Myths and Hybrid Identities in Windermere - Sean Field.
12. ‘The Beer Drinkers Say I had a Nice Prostitute, but the Church Goers Talk About Things Spiritual’: Learning to be Men at a Teachers’ College in Zimbabwe - Rob Pattman.
13. Between ‘Ouens@: Everyday Makings of Black Masculinity - Kopano Ratele.
14. ‘Simply the Best’: Soweto Flying Squad, Professional Masculinities and the Rejection of Machismo - Joan Wardrop.
PART FOUR: SEXUALITY.
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16. Mkhumbane and New Traditions of (Un)African Same-Sex Weddings - Ronald Louw.
17. Black Migrant Mine Labourers and the Vicissitudes of Male Desire - Dunbar Moodie.
18. ‘Dangerous’ Love: Reflections on Violence among Xhosa Township Youth - Kate Wood and Rachel Jewkes.
Afterword - Michael Kimmel.

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Kay Saunders and Katie McConnel – The Men Behind Pauline Hanson: Problematic Masculinity and Queensland Politics.

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1. Lynching.
2. The Destabilization of Gender and the ‘Crisis’ of White Masculinity.
3. Women and Racial Politics.
4. Men and Racial Politics.
5. The Culture and Racial Politics of Masculinity.
6. The Gender of Racial Politics and Violence in America.
1. Strange Fruit.
2. To Live or Die in Dixie.
3. America’s National Crime.
4. The Gendered Civil War in the South.
5. Christian Feminism and the Destabilization of Gender in the Late Nineteenth Century.
6. The ‘Crisis’ of White Masculinity.
7. Black Protest and the Emergence of Ida B. Wells.
8. White Women and the Campaign against Lynching: Frances Willard, Jane Addams, Jesse Daniel Ames.
9. White Women in the Ku Klux Klan.
10. The N.A.A.C.P. and the Struggle for Antilynching Legislation, 1897-1971.
11. The N.A.A.C.P. and the Struggle for Antilynching Federal Legislation, 1917-1950.
12. The Communist Party/N.A.A.C.P. Rivalry in the Trials of the Scottsboro Nine.
13. The Gender of Violence.
14. Black Men: You Don’t Even Know Who I Am.
15. White Men: I Don’t Even Know Who I Am.
16. It’s a Man’s World.
17. Claude Neal’s Revenge.
18. Into Each Other’s Arms.
19. ‘I Am a Man’: The Queer Character of Racial Politics and Violence in America.
App. ‘[T]he Great Long National Shame: Selected Incidents of Racial Violence in the United States.

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Rosenberg, Warren. (2001). Legacy of Rage: Jewish Masculinity, Violence, and Culture. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press.
1. Bugsy and Me: Jewish Men and Violence.
2. ‘Devoted to Destruction’: God and Violence in the Hebrew Scriptures.
3. ‘A Heritage of Rage’: Golems and Gimpels in Jewish Literature of the Early Twentieth Century.
4. White Negroes and Protestant Jews: Norman Mailer’s Hybrid Heroes and Jewish Male Violence.
5. Mailer’s Brothers: The ‘Counterlife’ of Violence in Saul Bellow, Bernard Malamud, and Philip Roth.
6. Jewish Men with Guns: Remasculinization in Contemporary Jewish American Literature and Film.
7. Beyond Mailer: Imagining an End to Violence in Cynthia Ozick and Tony Kushner.
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Seidler, Victor J. (2007). Urban Fears and Global Terrors: Citizenship, multicultures and belongings after 7/7. Routledge.
1. Traumatic Events, Precarious Lives and Social Theory 2. Urban Fears and the Horrors of 7/7 3. Urban Dreams, Fears and Realities 4. Missing, Loss, Fear and Terror 5. Fears, Anxieties, Islam and Responsibilities 6. Young Masculinities, Islam and Terror 7. Young Men, Islamic Cultures and Belonging/s 8. Global Terror, Islam and Citizenship 9. Fears, Uncertainties and Terror 10. The West, Islam and the Politics of Dialogue 11. Faith, Martyrdom and Suicide Bombings 12. Religion, Race and Multiculturalisms 13. Civilisations, Terrorisms and Hospitalities 14. Civilisations, Belongings and Ethics 15. Citizenships, Multiculture and Belonging/s.

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Whitehead, Stephen. (ed.). (2006). Men and Masculinities: Critical Concepts in Sociology. 5 Volumes.
Volume 4.
1. BLACK BRITISH AND BLACK AMERICAN MASCULINITIES.
61. D. Marriott. (1996). ‘Reading Black Masculinities’, Understanding Masculinities.
62. L. Archer. (2001). ‘Muslim Brothers, Black Lads, Traditional Asians’, Feminism and Psychology.
63. B. K. Alexander. (2004). ‘Passing, Cultural Performance and Individual Agency: Performative Reflections on Black Masculine Identity’, Cultural Studies-Critical Methodologies.
64. R. E. Hall. (2001). ‘The Ball Curve: Calculated Racism and the Stereotype of African American Men’, Journal of Black Studies.
65. bell hooks. (2004). ‘don’t make me hurt you’: black male violence’, We Real Cool: Blac.

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Woodward, K. (2004). Rumbles in the Jungle: Boxing, Racialization and the Performance of Masculinity. Leisure Studies, January, vol. 23, no. 1, pp. 5-17.

Worth, Heather, Anna Paris, and Louisa Allen. (eds.). (2002). The Life of Brian: Masculinities, Sexualities and Health in New Zealand. Dunedin: University of Otago Press.
Includes;
1. Masculinities and Globalisation / R.W. Connell.
2. Late Twentieth-Century Auckland Perspective on Samoan Masculinities / Julie Park et al.
5. I didn’t have to go to a finishing school to learn how to be gay: Maori Gay Men’s Understandings of Cultural and Sexual Identity / Clive Aspin.
7. ‘Tits is Just an Accessory’: Masculinity and Femininity in the Lives of Maori and Pacific Queens / Heather Worth.

Wu, Linda. (1997). Ethnicities and Gay Masculinities. Paper to Conference, Masculinities: Renegotiating Genders. University of Wollongong, 20 June.

Young, Vershawn Ashanti. (2007) Your Average Nigga Performing Race, Literacy, and Masculinity. Wayne State University Press. Zinn, Maxine Baca. (1992). Chicano Men and Masculinity. In Kimmel, Michael and Messner, Michael. (eds.). Men’s Lives. New York & Toronto: Macmillan/Maxwell (2nd edition).



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b) Masculinities in indigenous, tribal and non-Western societies

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Alter, Joseph S. (1992). The Wrestler’s Body: Identity and Ideology in North India. Berkeley, University of California Press.

Alter, Joseph S. (2004). Indian Clubs and Colonialism: Hindu Masculinity and Muscular Christianity. Comparative Studies in Society and History, Volume 46, Issue 3, July, pp. 497-534.

Andrade, X. (2001). Machismo and Politics in Ecuador: The Case of PanchJaime. Men and Masculinities, 3(3): 299-315.

Ardren, T., and D. R. Hixson. (2006). The unusual sculptures of Telantunich, Yucatan: Phalli and the concept of masculinity among the ancient Maya. Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 16(1): 7-25.

Ardren, Traci, and David R. Hixson. (2006). The Unusual Sculptures of Telantunich, Yucatan: Phalli and the Concept of Masculinity among the Ancient Maya. Cambridge Archaeological Journal, Volume 16, Issue 01, Feb 2006, pp 7-25.

Armengol, Josep M. (2008). Re/Presenting Men: Cultural and Literary Constructions of Masculinity in the U.S. Saarsbruck: VDM Publishing.

Arnett, Jeffrey Jensen. (2002). Requirements for Manhood in an East African Culture. IN: Arnett, Jeffrey Jensen; Readings on Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood; Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Prentice Hall.

Bacigalup, Ana Mariella. (2004). The Struggle for Mapuche Shamans’ Masculinity: Colonial Politics of Gender, Sexuality, and Power in Southern Chile. Ethnohistory, Volume 51, Number 3, Summer, pp. 489-533.

Banerjee, Sikata. (2005). Make me a man! Masculinity, Hinduism, and nationalism in India. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.

Bearup, Luke S. (2003). ‘We Feel Happy and Need Sex and We are Brave’: Male Khmer Youth Gangs, Cambodia. Thesis, Bachelor of Letters in Sociology, Deakin University.

Beattie, P. M. (2002). Beyond Machismos: Recent Examinations of Masculinities in Latin America. Men and Masculinities, 4(3): 303-308.

Bellassai, S. (2005). The masculine mystique: antimodernism and virility in fascist Italy. Journal of Modern Italian Studies, 10(3): 314-335.

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Brandes, Holger (2007) Hegemonic Masculinities in East and West Germany (German Democratic Republic and Federal Republic of Germany). Men and Masculinities, October, 10(2): 178-196.

Brandes, Stanley. (1980). Metaphors of Masculinity: Sex and Status in Andalusian Folklore. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Brison, Karen. (1995). Changing Constructions of Masculinity in a Sepik Society. Ethnology, 34(3), Summer, pp. 155-175.

Brody, Alyson. (1999). Rethinking Thai Masculinity: New Perspectives on Prostitution in Thailand. Anthropology Matters Journal.

Caplan, L. (1995). Warrior Gentlemen: “Gurkhas” in the Western Imagination. Providence, Oxford: Bergham Books.

Carabi, A., and J. M. Armengol. (2002). First Spanish National Conference on Men and Masculinities: Men before the Challenge of Equality 8-10 November 2001 Jerez de la Frontera, Spain. Men and Masculinities, 5(1): 119-120.

Chakravarti, Uma. (1998). Inventing saffron history: a celibate hero rescues an emasculated nation. In John M.E. & J. Nair. (eds.). A Question of Silence? The Sexual Economies of Modern India. Kali for Women: New Delhi, pp. 243-268.

Charsley, Katharine. (2005). Unhappy Husbands: Masculinity and Migration in Transnational Pakistani Marriages. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, Volume 11, Issue 1, Page 85-105, March.

Chevannes, B. (1999). What You Sow Is What You Reap: Problems in the construction of male misidentity in Jamaica. Kingston, Jamaica: Grace, Kennedy Foundation Lecture.

Chevannes, B. (2001). Learning to Be a Man. Kingston, Jamaica: UWI Press.

Chopra, R. (2006). Muted Masculinities: Introduction to the Special Issue on Contemporary Indian Ethnographies. Men and Masculinities, 9(2): 127-130.

Chopra, Radhika. (ed.). (2007). Reframing Masculinities: Narrating the supportive practices of men. Hyderabad, India: Orient Longman.

Clements, Barbara Evans et al. (eds.). (2002). Russian Masculinities in History and Culture. St. Martin’s Press.

Cornwall, Andrea and Lindisfarne, Nancy. (1995). Feminist Anthropologies and Questions of Masculinity. In Ahmed, Akbar S. and Shore, Cris N. (eds.). The Future of Anthropology: Its Relevance to the Contemporary World. London ; Atlantic Highlands, NJ: Athlone.

Cornwall, Andrea and Lindisfarne, Nancy. (eds.). (1993). Dislocating Masculinity: Comparative Ethnographies. London and New York: Routledge .
Includes;
1. Andrea Cornwall & Nancy Lindisfarne - Dislocating Masculinity: Gender, Power and Anthropology.
2. Angie Hart - Missing Masculinity? Prostitutes’ Clients in Alicante, Spain.
3. Peter Loizos - A Broken Mirror: Masculine Sexuality in Greek Ethnography.
4. Nancy Lindisfarne - Variant Masculinities, Variant Virginities: Rethinking ‘Honour and Shame’.
5. David Forrest - ‘We’re Here, We’re Queer, and We’re Not Going Shopping’: Changing Gay Male Identities in Contemporary Britain.
6. Andrea Cornwall - Gendered Identities and Gender Ambiguity among Travestis in Salvador, Brazil.
7. Lin Foxhall - Pandora Unbound: A Feminist Critique of Foucault’s History of Sexuality.
8. Chenjerai Shire - Men Don’t Go To The Moon: Language, Space and Masculinities in Zimbabwe.
9. Bonnie McElhinny - An Economy of Affect: Objectivity, Masculinity and the Gendering of Police Work.
10. Les Back - The ‘White Negro’ Revisited: Race and Masculinities in South London.
11. Helen Kanitkar - ‘Real True Boys’: Moulding the Cadets of Imperialism.
12. Deniz Kandiyoti - The Paradoxes of Masculinity: Some Thoughts on Segregated Societies.

Dasgupta, Romit. (2000). Performing Masculinities? The ‘Salaryman’ at Work and Play. Japanese Studies, 20 no. 2, 189-200.

David, H. (2006). Workers And Warriors: Masculinity And The Struggle For Nation In South Africa. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 29(2): 379.

Davis, Richard. (1997). Engagement and Transformation in Torres Strait Islander Masculinity. Paper to Conference, Masculinities: Renegotiating Genders. University of Wollongong, 20 June.

de Munck, V. C. (2005). Sakhina: A Study of Female Masculinity in a Sri Lankan Muslim Community. South Asia Research, 25(2): 141-163.

Derné, Steve. (1995). Culture in Action: Family Life, Emotion, and Male Dominance in Banaras, India. New York: State University of New York Press.

Derné, Steve. (2000). Movies, masculinity, and modernity: an ethnography of men’s filmgoing in India. Westport: Greenwood.

Douaire-Marsaudon, F. (2001). From One Sex to the Other: The Kava Ceremony and the Reproduction of Masculine Identity in Polynesia. [French]. Homme. (157):7-34, Jan-Mar.

Doyle, James A. (1989). Of Strange Places and Stranger Men: The Anthropological Perspective. In The Male Experience. (2nd edition) Iowa: W.M.C. Brown

Dunton, C. (2004). Tatamkhulu Afrika: The Testing Of Masculinity. Research in African Literatures, 35(1): 148.

Dunton, Chris. (2004). Tatamkhulu Afrika: The Testing Of Masculinity. Research in African Literatures, Spring, Vol. 35, Iss. 1.

Elsadda, H. (2007). Imaging The “New Man” Gender And Nation In Arab Literary Narratives In The Early Twentieth Century. Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies, 3(2): 31.

Erlank, Natasha. (2003). Gender and Masculinity in South African Nationalist Discourse, 1912-1950. Feminist Studies, Fall, Vol. 29, Iss. 3.

Fife, Wayne. (1995). Models for Masculinity in Colonial and Postcolonial Papua New Guinea. Contemporary Pacific, 7(2), Fall, pp. 277-302.

Fuller, N. (2001). The Social Constitution of Gender Identity among Peruvian Men. Men and Masculinities, 3(3): 316-331.

Futoshi, Taga. (2001). Dansei no Jendâ Keisei: “Otoko-Rashisa” no Yuragi no Naka de [The Gender Formation of Men: Uncertain Masculinity]. Tokyo: Tôyôkan Shuppan-sha.

Geng, Song. (2004). The Fragile Scholar: Power and masculinity in Chinese culture. Hong Kong University Press.

George, A. (2006). Reinventing Honorable Masculinity: Discourses from a Working-Class Indian Community. Men and Masculinities, 9(1): 35-52.

Gerami, S. (2003). Mullahs, Martyrs, and Men: Conceptualizing Masculinity in the Islamic Republic of Iran. Men and Masculinities, 5(3): 257-274.

Ghoussoub, Mai, and Emma Sinclair-Webb. (eds.). (2000). Imagined Masculinities: Male Identity and Culture in the Modern Middle East. I. B. Taurus.

Gilmore, David. (1990). Manhood in the Making: Cultural Concepts of Masculinity. New Haven & London: Yale University Press

Gilmore, David. (1990). Manhood. (Adolescent boys around the world suffer through rites of passage. Why?) Natural History, June 1, No. 6, p. 6.

Gilmore, David. (1992). Manhood in the Making. Anthropos, 87(1/3).

Gonzalez-Lupez, Gloria. (2004). Fathering Latina Sexualities: Mexican men and the virginity of their daughters. Journal of Marriage and Family, Volume 66, Issue 5, pp. 1118-1130, December.

Greenberg, J. (2006). “Goodbye Serbian Kennedy”: Zoran Dindic and the new democratic masculinity in Serbia. East European Politics and Societies, 20(1): 126-151.

Gunn, Raymond. (year?). The Minds of Marginalized Black Men: Making Sense of Mobility, Opportunity, and Future Life Chances.

Gutmann, M. C. (2001). The Vicissitudes of Men and Masculinities in Latin America. Men and Masculinities, 3(3): 235-236.

Gutmann, Matt. (1997). Trafficking in Men: The Anthropology of Masculinity. Annual Review of Anthropology, pp. 385-409.

Haque, M. M., and K. Kusakabe. (2005). Retrenched Men Workers in Bangladesh: A Crisis of Masculinities? Gender Technology and Development, 9(2): 185-208.

Hardin, M. (2002). Altering Masculinities: The Spanish Conquest and the Evolution of the Latin American Machismo. International Journal of Sexuality and Gender Studies, January, vol. 7, no. 1, pp. 1-22.

Harris, Jack D. (1998). Incorporating Men into Vietnamese Gender Studies. Vietnam Social Sciences, 5(67).

Harrison, R. (2002). Archaeology and the colonial encounter: Kimberley spearpoints, cultural identity and masculinity in the north of Australia. Journal of Social Archaeology, 2(3): 352-377.

Harrison, Rodney. (2002). Archaeology and the colonial encounter: Kimberley spearpoints, cultural identity and masculinity in the north of Australia. Journal of Social Archaeology, 2(3), pp. 352-377.

Herdt, Gilbert H. (1981). Guardians of the Flutes: Idioms of Masculinity. New York: Columbia University Press.

Herdt, Gilbert H. (1982). Rituals of Manhood: Male Initiation in Papua New Guinea. Beverley Hills: University of California Press.

Herdt, Gilbert H. (ed.). (1984). Ritualized Homosexuality in Melanesia. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

Herzog, Hanna, and Taghreed Yahia-Younis (2007) Men’s Bargaining with Patriarchy: The Case of Primaries within Hamulas in Palestinian Arab Communities in Israel. Gender & Society, August, 21(4): 579-602.

Hodgson, D.L. ‘Once Intrepid Warriors’: Modernity and the Production of Maasai Masculinities. Ethnology. 38(2):121-150, Spr.

Hogbin, Herbert Ian. (1970). The Island of Menstruating Men: Religion in Wogeo, New Guinea. Scranton, PA: Chandler Publishing Co.

Hokowhitu, Brendan. (2004). Tackling Maori Masculinity: A colonial geneaology of savagery and sport. Contemporary Pacific, 16(2), Fall, pp. 259-284.

Iida, Y. (2005). Beyond the ‘feminization of masculinity’: transforming patriarchy with the ‘feminine’ in contemporary Japanese youth culture. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, 6(1): 56-74.

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

Ito, Kimio. (1997). The Direction of Masculinity (Otokorashisa no yukue). Tokyo: Shinyosha Publishers.

Janey, Bradley A., Natalia V. Janey, Natasha Goncherova, and Vladimir Savchenk(2006). Masculinity Ideology in Russian Society: Factor Structure and Validity of the Multicultural Masculinity Ideology Scale. Journal of Men’s Studies, Vol. 14 Issue 1.

Jeffrey, Craig, Roger Jeffery, and Patricia Jeffery. (2004). Degrees without Freedom: The Impact of Formal Education on Dalit Young Men in North India. Development and Change, Volume 35, Issue 5, Page 963-986, November.

Kama, Amit (2005). An Unrelenting Mental Press: Israeli Gay Men’s Ontological Duality and Its Discontent. Journal of Men’s Studies, Winter, Vol. 13, Iss. 2.

Kaplan, Danny. (2006). The Men We Loved: Male Friendship and Nationalism in Israeli Culture. New York: Berghahn Books.

Kempf, Wolfgang. (2002). The politics of incorporation: Masculinity, spatiality and modernity among the Ngaing of Papua New Guinea. Oceania, v.73, no.1, Sept.: 56-77.

Kitiarsa, Pattana. (2005). ‘Lives of hunting dogs’ Muai Thai and the politics of Thai masculinities. South East Asia Research, Volume 13, Number 1, March 2005, pp. 57-90.

Krishnaswamy, Revathy. (1998). Effeminism: The Economy of Colonial Desire. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Kyle, Ken. (1996). East Versus West Korea: Contested Koreas in the Shaping of ‘Western’ Masculinity. Association Paper, Society for the Study of Social Problems (SSSP)

Lancaster, Roger N. (1992). Life is Hard: Machismo, Danger and the Intimacy of Power in Nicaragua. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press

Lee, Romeo B. (2004). Filipino men’s familial roles and domestic violence: implications and strategies for community-based intervention. Health and Social Care in the Community, Volume 12, Issue 5, pp. 422-429, September.

Lewis, Linden. (1998). Masculinity and the Dance of the Dragon: Reading Lovelace Discursively. (Caribbean Masculinity) Feminist Review, No. 59, Summer.

Lindsay, L.A., and S.F. Miescher. (eds.). (2003). Men and Masculinities in Modern Africa. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.
Contents;
Introduction: Men and Masculinities in Modern African History / Stephan F. Miescher and Lisa A. Lindsay
Challenging Senior Masculinity
Forsaking Their Fathers? Colonialism, Christianity, and Coming of Age in Ovamboland, North Namibia / Meredith McKittrick
“And She Became a Man”: King Ahebi Ugbabe in the History of Enugu-Ezike, Nsukka Division, 1880-1948 / Nwando Achebe
Old Soldiers, Young Men: Masculinity, Islam, and Military Veterans in Late 1950s Soudan / Gregory Mann
(Re)Making Men in Colonial Africa
The Making of Presbyterian Teachers: Masculinities and Programs of Education in Colonial Ghana / Stephan F. Miescher
“Taken as Boys”: The Politics of Black Police Employment and Experience in Early 20th-Century South Africa / Keith Shear
Industrial Man Goes to Africa / Frederick Cooper
Money, Marriage, and Masculinity on the Colonial Nigerian Railway / Lisa A. Lindsay
A “Man” in the Village Is a “Boy” in the Workplace: Colonial Racism, Worker Militance, and Igbo Nations of Masculinity in the Nigerian Coal Industry, 1930-1945 / Carolyn A. Brown
Gendered Nationalism
Matrimony and Rebellion: Masculinity in Mau Mau / Luise White
Gendered Nationalism: Forms of Masculinity in Modern Asante, Ghana / Pashington Obeng
Masculinity and Modernity
Being Maasai Men: Modernity and the Production of Maasai Masculinities / Dorothy L. Hodgson
To Be a Man Is More Than a Day’s Work: Shifting Ideals of Masculinity in Ado-Odo, S. W. Nigeria / Andrea A. Cornwall
Afterward / Luise White.

Lipset, D. (2004). Modernity without romance? Masculinity and desire in courtship stories told by young Papua New Guinean men. American Ethnologist, 31(2).

Lipset, D. (2004). Modernity without romance? Masculinity and desire in courtship stories told by young Papua New Guinean men. American Ethnologist 31(2): 205.

Liu, William Ming, and Derek Kenji Iwamoto. (2006). Asian American Men’s Gender Role Conflict: The Role of Asian Values, Self-Esteem, and Psychological Distress. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 7(3), July.

Louie, Kam, and Low Morris. (eds.). (2003). Asian Masculinities. The Meaning and Practice of Manhood in China and Japan. London and New York: Routledge.

Luyt, R. (2005). The Male Attitude Norms Inventory-II: A Measure of Masculinity Ideology in South Africa. Men and Masculinities, 8(2): 208-229.

Magazine, Roger. (2004). Both Husbands and Banda (Gang) Members: Conceptualizing Marital Conflict and Instability among Young Rural Migrants in Mexico City. Men and Masculinities, 7(2), October.

Mager, A. (2005). ‘One beer, one goal, one nation, one soul’: South African breweries, heritage, masculinity and nationalism 1960-1999. Past & Present(188): 163-194.

Matz, J. (2007). Masculinity Amalgamated: Colonialism, Homosexuality, and Forster’s Kipling. Journal of Modern Literature, 30(3): 31.

Medina, R. (2004). Masculinity, empire and modernity in ‘Cartas de Relacion’ by Hernan Cortez. Hispanic Review, 72(4): 469-489.

Menjivar, Cecilia. (year?). Migration, Mujercitas, and Medicine Men: Living in Urban Mexico.

Michael, W. (2006). Kamula Accounts of Ramband the State of Papua New Guinea. Oceania, 76(1): 61.

Miescher, S.F. (2005). Making Men in Ghana. Bloomington: Indiana UP.

Monteiro, Mark(2000) Tenham Piedade dos Homens! Masculinidades em Mudança. FEME em Juiz de Fora.

Morrell, R. (1998b). Of boys and men. Journal of Southern African Studies, 24, pp. 605-630.

Morrell, R. (2001). From Boys to Gentlemen: Settler Masculinity in Colonial Natal 1880-1920. Pretoria: UNISA.

Morrell, R. (ed). (1998a). Special issue on ‘Masculinities in Southern Africa,’ Journal of Southern African Studies, 24.

Niehaus, I. (2002). Renegotiating Masculinity in the South African Lowveld: Narratives of Male-Male Sex in Labour Compounds and in Prisons. African Studies, 1 July, vol. 61, no. 1, pp. 77-97.

O’Hanlon, R. (1997). Issues of Masculinity in North Indian History: The Bangash Nawabs of Farrukhabad. Indian Journal of Gender Studies. vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 1-19.

Odhiambo, T. (2007). Sexual Anxieties and Rampant Masculinities in Postcolonial Kenyan Literature. Social Identities, 13(5): 651 - 663.

Ong, Aihwa, and Michael G. Peletz. (eds.). (1995). Bewitching Women, Pious Men: Gender and Body Politics in Southeast Asia. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Includes;
3. Neither Reasonable nor Responsible: Contrasting Representations of Masculinity in a Malay Society / Peletz, Michael G.

Ordonez, A. H. (2005). Social representation of male gender in a group of children and youth living in the streets in Mexico City. Part one. Salud Mental, 28(6): 59-62.

Osella, Caroline, and Filippo Osella. in press (due 2006). The Production of Masculinity in South India. London, Anthem Press.

Osella, F., and C. Osella. (2000). Migration, Money and Masculinity in Kerala. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. 6(1):117-133, Mar.

Osella, F., and C. Osella. (2003). ‘Ayyappan Saranam’: Masculinity And The Sabarimala Pilgrimage In Kerala. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 9(4): 729.

Osella, F., and C. Osella. (2003). ‘Ayyappan saranam’: Masculinity and the Sabarimala pilgrimage in Kerala. The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, December, vol. 9, no. 4, pp. 729-754.

Ouzgane, Lahoucine, and Robert Morrell. (eds.). (2005). African Masculinities: Men in Africa from the Late Nineteenty Century to the Present. New York and South Africa: Palgrave Macmillan and KwaZulu-Natal Press.
Contents;
African Masculinities: An Introduction; R.Morrell & L.Ouzgane
PART I: INTERPRETING MASCULINITY
A Grammar of Black Masculinity: A Body of Science; A.F.Saint-Aubin
Somewhere, Over the Rainbow: Cape Town, South Africa, as a ‘Gay Destination’ - G.S.Elder
Visualizing Homosexualities in Africa, Dakan: An Interview with Filmmaker Mohamed Camara; B.Ellerson
Hausa Concepts of Masculinity and the ‘Yan Daudu’; F.A.Salamone
PART II: REPRESENTING MASCULINITY
To Be A Man: Changing Constructions of Manhood in Drum Magazine, 1951-1965; L.Clowes
Of Masks, Mimicry, Misogyny, and Miscegenation: Forging Black South African Masculinity in Bloke Modisane’s Blame Me On History; M.Goldsmith
The Troubled Masculinities of Tsitsi Dangarembga’s Nervous Conditions; K.Holland
(Dis)Enabling Masculinities: The Word and the Body, Class Politics and Male Sexuality in El Saadawi’s God Dies by the Nile; S.Hayward
The Masculine Subject of Colonialism: The Egyptian Loss of the Sudan; W.C.Jacob
PART III: CONSTRUCTING MASCULINITY
Gender and Embodiment: Expectations of Manliness in a Zambian Village; P.Dover
Poverty, Male Disempowerment and Male Sexuality: Rethinking Men and Masculinities in Rural and Urban East Africa; M.Silberschmidt
Violence and the Gendered Negotiation of Masculinity Among Young Black School Boys in South Africa; D.Bhana
‘Ugandans’, Cats and Others: Constructing Student Masculinities at the University of Botswana; R.Pattman
PART IV: CONTESTING MASCULINITY
Indentured Masculinity in Colonial Natal, 1860-1910; G.Vahed
Men Doing ‘Women’s Work’: Masculinity and Gender Relations Among Street Vendors in Maputo, Mozambique; V.Agadjanian
Men, Movements and Gender Transformation in South Africa; R.Morrell
Sexuality, Masculinity, and Infertility in Egypt: Potent Troubles in the Marital and Medical Encounters; M.C.Inhorn

Ouzgane, Lahoucine. (ed). (2003). Men and Masculinities, Special Issue: Islamic Masculinities. 5(3), January.
Includes;
Islamic masculinities: Introduction / Lahoucine Ouzgane.
“The worms are weak”: Male infertility and patriarchal paradoxes in Egypt / Marcia C. Inhorn.
Mullahs, martyrs, and men: Conceptualizing masculinity in the Islamic Republic of Iran / Shain Gerami.
Building a man on stage: Masculinity, romance, and performance according to Farid al-Atrash / Sherifa Zuhur.
The trial of heritage and the legacy of Abraham / Najat Rahman.
Gender (and) imperialism: Structures of masculinity in Tayeb Salih’s Season of Migration to the North / Wail S. Hassan.

Ouzgane, Lahoucine. (ed.). (2006). Islamic Masculinities. London and New York: Zed Books.
Contents;
Islamic Masculinities: an introduction - Lahoucine Ouzgane.
Part I: Masculinities and Religion.
1. Gender and Islamic Spirituality: A Psychological View of ‘Low’ Fundamentalism - Durre S. Ahmed.
2. The Smile of Death and the Solemncholy of Masculinity - Banu Helvacioglu.
3. Alternate Images of the Prophet Muhammad’s Virility - Ruth Roded.
4. The Trial of Heritage and the Legacy of Abraham - Najat Rahman.
Part II: Masculinities and the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict.
5. My wife is from the jinn: Palestinian men, diaspora, and love - Celia Rothenberg.
6. Chasing Horses, Eating Arabs - Rob K. Baum.
7. Stranger Masculinities: Gender and Politics in a Palestinian-Israeli ‘Third Space’ - Daniel Monterescu.
Part III: Masculinities and Social Practice.
8. Gender, Power and Social Change in Morocco - Don Conway-Long.
9. Masculinity and Gender Violence in Yemen - Mohammed Baobaid.
10. Opportunities for Masculinity and Love: Cultural Production in Ba’thist Iraq during the 1980s - Achim Rohde.
11. On Being Homosexual and Muslim: Conflicts and Challenges - Asifa Siraj.
12. “The Worms Are Weak”: Male Infertility and Patriarchal Paradoxes in Egypt - Marcia C. Inhorn.

Pease, Bob, and Keith Pringle. (eds.). (2002). A Man’s World: Changing Men’s Practices in a Globalized World. Zed Books.

Peletz, Michael G. (1994). Neither Reasonable nor Responsible: Contrasting Representations of Masculinity in a Malay Society. Cultural Anthropology, 9(2), May, pp. 135-178 .

Perry, D. L. (2005). Wolof women, economic liberalization, and the crisis of masculinity in rural Senegal. Ethnology, 44(3): 207-226.

Pype, K. (2007). Fighting Boys, Strong Men And Gorillas: Notes On The Imagination Of Masculinities In Kinshasa. Africa, 77(2): 250.

Quintero, G. A., and A. L. Estrada. (1998). Cultural models of masculinity and drug use: “machismo,” heroin, and street survival on the U. S.–Mexico border. Contemporary Drug Problems, 25(1): 147.

Rahul, R. (2001). The Eyes are Silent.. The Heart Desires to speak: Exploring masculinities in South Asia. Development, 44(3): 15.

RamÌrez, Rafael L., VÌctor I. GarcÌa-Toro and Ineke Cunningham. (eds.). (2002). Caribbean Masculinities: Working Papers. San Juan, PR: University of Puerto Rico, CIEVS.

Ravindra, R. P., Harish Sadani, S. N. Mukund, and V. M.Geetali. (eds.). (2007). Breaking the Moulds: Indian men look at patriarchy looking at men. Delhi: Books for Change.

Reddock, Rhoda E. (ed.). (2004). Interrogating Caribbean Masculinities. Kingston, Jamaica: University of the West Indies Press.

Roberson, J. (2005). Fight!! Ippatsu!!: “Genki” Energy Drinks and the Marketing of Masculine Ideology in Japan. Men and Masculinities, 7(4): 365-384.

Roberson, James, and Nobue Suzuki. (eds.). (2002). Men and Masculinities in Contemporary Japan. Dislocating the Salaryman Doxa. New York and London: Routledge.

Rogers, R. A. (2007). Deciphering Kokopelli: Masculinity in Commodified Appropriations of Native American Imagery. Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, 4(3): 233 - 255.

Rogers, R. A. (2007). From Hunting Magic to shamanism: Interpretations of Native American Rock Art and the Contemporary Crisis in Masculinity. Women’s Studies in Communication, 30(1): 78.

Romero, R. T. (2006). “Ranging Foresters” and “Women-Like Men”: Physical Accomplishment, Spiritual Power, and Indian Masculinity in Early-Seventeenth-Century New England. Ethnohistory, 53(2): 281.

Roy, Parama. (2002). Meat-eating, masculinity, and renunciation in India: A Gandhian grammar of diet. Gender & History, 14(1), April.

Rydstrom, H. (2006). Masculinity And Punishment: Men’s upbringing of boys in rural Vietnam. Childhood, 13(3): 329-348.

Sampath, N. M. (1993). An evaluation of the ‘creolisation’ of Trinidad East Indian adolescent masculinity. In: Yalvington, K. A. (ed.), Trinidad ethnicity, London, UK, Macmillan.

Schad-Seifert, Anette. (2001). Samurai and Sarariiman: The Discourse on Masculinity in Modern Japan. pp. 199-212; IN: Park, Sung-Jo and Holzhausen, Arne. (eds.). Can Japan Globalize? Studies on Japan’s Changing Political Economy and the Process of Globalization, in Honour of Sung-Jo Park. Heidelberg & New York: Physica-Verlag.

Sharon, L. S., J. R. Eric, and J. D. -D. Darla. (2003). Exploring the role of machismo in gender discrimination: A comparison of Mexico and the U. S. Equal Opportunities International, 22(1): 13.

Silverman, Eric. (2001). Masculinity, Motherhood, and Mockery: Psychoanalyzing Culture and the Iatmul Naven Rite in New Guinea. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Simpson, A. (2005). Sons and fathers/boys to men in the time of AIDS: Learning masculinity in Zambia. Journal of Southern African Studies, 31(3): 569-586.

Srivastava, Sanjay (ed). (2004). Sexual Sites, Seminal Attitudes: Sexualities, Masculinities and Culture in South Asia. New Delhi, Sage Publications.

Staples, J. (2005). Becoming a man: Personhood and masculinity in a south Indian leprosy colony. Contributions to Indian Sociology, 39(2): 279-305.

Synnott, Anthony. (2001). Men and masculinities. American Anthropologist, March, 103(1), pp. 212-217.

Tuzin, Donald F. (1997). The Cassowary’s Revenge: The Life and Death of Masculinity in a New Guinea Society. University of Chicago Press.

Verma, Ravi K., Julie Pulerwitz, Vaishali Mahendra, Sujata Khandekar, Gary Barker, P. Fulpagare, and S.K. Singh. (2006). Challenging and changing gender attitudes among young men in Mumbai, India. Reproductive Health Matters, 14(28).

Vigoya, M. V. (2001). Contemporary Latin American Perspectives on Masculinity. Men and Masculinities, 3(3): 237-260.

Vincent, Louise. (2006). Destined to Come to Blows? Race and Constructions of “Rational-Intellectual” Masculinity Ten Years After Apartheid. Men and Masculinities, Vol. 8 No. 3, January, pp. 350-366.

Walker, L. (2005). Men behaving differently: South African men since 1994. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 7(3): 225-238.

Walle, T. M. (2007). Making Places of Intimacy – Ethnicity, Friendship, and Masculinities in Oslo. Nora, Nordic Journal of Women’s Studies, 15(2): 144 - 157.

Washington, R. E. (2005). Workers and warriors: Masculinity and the struggle for nation in South Africa. Gender & Society, 19(4): 565-566.

Wasserfall, Rahel R. (1994). Continuity and Struggle: Two Generations of Jewish Moroccan Men in a Moshav in Israel. Journal of Mediterranean Studies, 4(2), pp. 300-312.

Wilde, C. (2004). Acts of faith: Muscular christianity and masculinity among the Gogodala of Papua new guinea. Oceania, 75(1), September: 32-48.

Williams, Walter L. (1992). From Samurai to Capitalist: Male Love, Men’s Roles, and the Rise of Homophobia in Japan. Journal of Men’s Studies, 1(1), August, pp. 71-74.

Willis, Jon. (1997). Romance, Ritual and Risk: Pitjantjatjara Masculinity in the Era of AIDS. PhD thesis, Tropical Health Program.

Willis, Jon. (2001). Condoms are for Whitefellas: Barriers to Pitjantjatjara Men’s Use of Safe Sex Technologies. Paper to Belief Systems and the Place of Desire. 3rd conference of the International Association for the Study of Sex, Culture and Society. Melbourne, 1–3 October.

Wood, John C. (1999). When Men are Women: Manhood among Gabra Nomads of East Africa. Madison: Wisconsin University Press.

Yim, Jennifer Young, and Ramaswami Mahalingam. (2006). Culture, Masculinity, and Psychological Well-being in Punjab, India. Sex Roles, Nov., Vol. 55, Iss. 9-10.

Young, Antonia. (2000). Women Who Become Men: Albanian Sworn Virgins. Oxford, UK: Berg.

Zhong, Xueping. (2000). Masculinity Besieged: Issues of Modernity and Male Subjectivity in Chinese Literature of the Late Twentieth Century. Duke Univ Press.

 


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c) Gender and race/ethnicity

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-. (1993). Journal of the History of Sexuality, Special Issue: African American Culture and Sexuality, 3(3), January.

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-. (1994). Feminism & Psychology, Special Issue: Shifting Identities, Shifting Racisms. 4(1).

-. (1995). Feminist Review, Special Issue: The World Upside Down: Feminisms in the Antipodes. No. 52, Spring.
Includes;
Feminism and Institutionalized Racism: Inclusion and Exclusion at an Australian Feminist Refuge / Wilson, Tikka Jan.
The Curse of the Smile: Ambivalence and the ‘Asian’ Woman in Australian Multiculturalism / Ang, Ien.
Warmth and Unity With All Women? Historicizing Racism in the Australian Women’s Movement / Murdolo, Adele.

Abel, Elizabeth, Barbara Christian, and Helene Moglen. (eds.). Female Subjects in Black and White: Race, Psychoanalysis, Feminism. University of California Press.

Acosta-Belen, Edna. (ed). (1986). The Puerto Rican Woman: Perspectives on Culture, History, and Society. New York: Praeger.

Adleman, Jeanne, and Gloria Enguidanos. (eds.). (1995). Racism in the Lives of Women: Testimony, Theory, and Guides to Anti-Racist Practice. New York: Harrington Park Press.

Afshar, Haleh, and Mary Maynard. (eds.). The Dynamics of Race and Gender: Some Feminist Interventions.

Aggarwal, Ravina. (2000). Traversing lines of control: Feminist anthropology today. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Sep. 571, pp. 14-29.

Ahmed, S. (1996). Constructions of Women and/in the Orient. In Cosslett, Tess, Easton, Alison and Summerfield, Penny. (eds.). Women, Power and Resistance: An Introduction to Women’s Studies. Buckingham: Open University Press.

Aiken, Susan Hardy et. al. (eds.). (1997). Making Worlds: Gender, Metaphor, Materiality. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

Alaniz, Yolanda and Nellie Wong (eds.) (1999). Voices Of Color. Seattle: Red Letter Press.

Albrecht, Lisa, and Rose M. Brewer. (eds.). (1990). Bridges of Power: Women’s Multicultural Alliances. Philadelphia, PA: New Society Publishers.

Alexander, M. Jacqui, and Chandra Talpade Mohanty (eds.) (1997). Feminist Genealogies, Colonial Legacies, Democratic Futures. New York : Routledge.

Alibhai-Brown, Yasmin, and Anne Montague. (1992). The Colour of Love: Mixed Race Relationships. London: Virago.

Allen, Paula Gunn. (1990). Spider Woman’s Granddaughters: Traditional Tales And Contemporary Writing By Native American Women. New York: Fawcett.

Allen, Paula Gunn. (1992). The Sacred Hoop: Recovering The Feminine In American Indian Traditions. Rev. ed. Boston: Beacon Press.

Allen, Paula Gunn. (1998). Off The Reservation: Reflections On Border-Busting, Border-Crossing Loose Canons. Boston: Beacon Press.

Amireh, Amal, and Lisa Suhair Majaj (eds.). (2000). Going Global: The Transnational Reception Of Third World Women Writers. New York: Garland Publishing Inc.

Amott, Teresa L. (1996). Race, Gender, And Work: A Multicultural Economic History Of Women In The U.S. Rev. ed. Boston: South End Press.

Anderson, Elijah. (1990). Streetwise: Race, Class, and Change in an Urban Community. Chicago & London: University of Chicago Press.

Anderson, Karen. (1997). Changing Woman: A History Of Racial Ethnic Women In Modern America. New York: Oxford University Press.

Anderson, Margaret, and Patricia Hill Collins. (1995). Race, Class and Gender: An Anthology. Wadsworth.

Anderson, S.K., and V.A. Middleton. (2005). Explorations in Privilege, Oppression and Diversity. Belmont, CA: Thomson Books / Cole.

Ang, Ien, Sharon Chalmers, Lisa Law, and Mandy Thomas. (eds.). (2000). Alter/Asians: Asian-Australian Identities in Art, Media and Popular Culture. Pluto Press.

Ang, Ien. (1995). I’m a Feminist But… ‘Other’ Women and Postnational Feminism. In Caine, Barbara and Pringle, Rosemary. (eds.). Transitions: New Australian Feminisms. New York: St Martin’s Press.

Anthias, F. (2002). Beyond feminism and multiculturalism: Locating difference and the politics of location. Women’s Studies International Forum, 25(3): 275-286.

Anthias, Floya, and Nira Yuval-Davis. (1992). Racialized Boundaries: Race, Nation, Gender, Colour and Class and the Anti-Racist Struggle. London & New York: Routledge.

Anzaldua, Gloria (ed.) (1990). Making Face, Making Soul/Hacienda Caras: Creative And Critical Perspectives By Women Of Color. San Francisco: Aunt Lute Books.

Anzaldua, Gloria. (1987). Borderlands: The New Mestiza = La Frontera. Spinsters/Aunt Lute, San Francisco.

Appadurai, Arjun. (1996). Modernity At Large: Cultural Dimensions Of Globalization. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Archer, L. (2004). Re/theorizing “difference” in feminist research. Women’s Studies International Forum, 27(5-6): 459-473.

Arrighi, Barbara A. (ed). (2001). Understanding Inequality: The Intersection of Race/ Ethnicity, Class, and Gender. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.
Pt. 1. Helpful Conceptual Tools.
Pt. 2. Embedded Ideology: Racism/Ethnocentrism and Sexism.
Pt. 3. The Other Wears Many Faces.
Pt. 4. Structured Inequality-The Invisible Iron Cage of Class.
Pt. 5. Structured Inequality-Race/Ethnicity.
Pt. 6. Structured Inequality-Acquiring Gender.
Pt. 7. Corporate Gatekeeping: Fitting In.
Pt. 8. Women’s Equality: Progress and Resistance.
Pt. 9. Aging: Devalued Women and Men.
Pt. 10. The Price of Deviance.
Pt. 11. Patriarchy and Its Consequences.
Pt. 12. Equality and the Millennium: The Crisis in Education Has Consequences for the “Isms”.
1. Mysterious Power of Social Structures / Charles Lemert.
2). “They” Are All the Same, but Each Member of My Group Is Unique / Stephen Worchel.
3. Black Women and Feminism / bell hooks.
4. Divining Our Racial Themes / Derrick Bell.
5. Cowboys and Arabs / Laura Goodstein.
6. What’s in a Name: Confessions of a Mafia Princess / Erica-Lynn Huberty.
7. Diversity and Its Discontents / Arturo Madrid.
8. Coping with the Alienation of White Male Students / Billie Wright Dziech.
9. The Second Sex / Simone de Beauvoir.
10. Masculinities and Athletic Careers / Michael Messner.
11. The Double-Bind of the “Working-Class” Feminist Academic: The Success of Failure or the Failure of Success? / Diane Reay.
12. (In)Secure Times: Constructing White Working-Class Masculinities in the Late Twentieth Century / Michelle Fine; Lois Weis; Judi Addelston.
13. Are Men Marginal to the Family? Insights from Chicago’s Inner City.
/ Haya Stier; Marta Tienda.
14. Policing the Ghetto Underclass: The Politics of Law and Law Enforcement / William J. Chambliss.
15. Near Detroit, a Familiar Sting in Being a Black Driver / Robyn Meredith.
16. America’s Iron Curtain: The Border Patrol State / Leslie Marmon Silko.
17. The Heartland’s Raw Deal: How Meatpacking Is Creating a New Immigrant Underclass / Marc Cooper.
18. Bodies the Matter: On the Discursive Limits of “Sex” / Judith Butler.
19. Believing Is Seeing: Biology as Ideology / Judith Lorber.
20. Towards Safer Societies: Punishment, Masculinities, and Violence Against Women / Laureen Snider.
21. Tomboys Yes, Janegirls Never / Barbara A. Arrighi
22. Hormonal Hurricanes: Menstruation and Female Behavior / Anne Fausto-Sterling.
23. Talking from 9 to 5: How Women’s and Men’s Conversational Styles Affect Who Gets Heard. Who Gets Credit, and What Gets Done at Work / Deborah Tannen.
24. Women in the Power Elite / Richard L. Zweigenhaft; G. William Domhoff.
25. Women above the Glass Ceiling: Perceptions on Corporate Mobility and Strategies for Success / Sally Ann Davies-Netzley.
26. What Do Men Want? / Michael S. Kimmel.
27. Women against Women: American Anti-Suffragism, 1880-1920 / Jane Jerome Cambi.
28. Where the Girls Are: Growing Up Female with the Mass Media / Susan J. Douglas.
29. Mating, Marriage, and the Marketplace: A Survey of College Students’ Attitudes and Expectations / Barbara A. Arrighi.
30. Jane Fonda, Barbara Bush and Other Aging Bodies: Femininity and the Limits of Resistance / Myra Dinnerstein; Rose Weitz.
31. The Aging Woman in Popular Film: Underrepresented, Unattractive, Unfriendly, and Unintelligent / Doris G. Bazzini; William D. McIntosh; Stephen M. Smith.
32. Older Men as Invisible Men in Contemporary Society / Edward H. Thompson.
33. The Unruly Women: Gender and the Genres of Laughter / Kathleen Rowe.
34. Too Old, Too Ugly, and Not Deferential to Men / Christine Craft.
35. When an Anchor’s Face Is Not Her Fortune / Eleanor Randolph.
36. Black Man with a Nose Job: How We Defend Ethnic Beauty in America / Lawrence Otis Graham.
37. The Subjection of Women / John Stuart Mill.
38. Real Rape / Susan Estrich.
39. Clarence Thomas, Patriarchal Discourse, and Public/ Private Spheres / Mary F. Rogers.
40. Downsizing Higher Education: Confronting the New Realities of the High-Tech Information Age Global Economy / Walda Katz-Fishman.

Ashcroft, Bill et.al. (eds.). (1995). The Post-Colonial Studies Reader. London & New York: Routledge.

Ashfar, Haleh. (ed). (1996). Women and Politics in the Third World.

Ashworth, Georgina. (ed). (1995). A Diplomacy of the Oppressed: New Directions in International Feminism. London/New Jersey: Zed Books.

Avery, Byllye. (1998). An Altar of Words: Wisdom, Comfort, and Inspiration for African-American Women. Broadway Books.

Bammer, Angelika (ed.). (1994). Displacements: Cultural Identities In Question. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Banks, Ingrid. (2000). Hair Matters: Beauty, Power, and Black Women’s Consciousness. New York University Press.

Banton, Michael. (1998). Racial Theories. (2nd edition) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Barkley Brown, E. (1997). ‘What Has Happened Here ?’ The Politics of Difference in Women’s History and Feminist Politics. In Nicholson, Linda. (ed.). Second Wave: A Reader in Feminist Theory. New York. Routledge.

Barr, Jean, and Lynda Birke. Common Science: Women, Minorities, and Science. Indiana University Press.

Barrett, Michele. (1987). The Concept of ‘Difference’. Feminist Review, 26.

Basch, Linda G, Nina Glick Schiller, and Cristina Szanton Blanc (eds.) (1994). Nations Unbound: Transnational Projects, Postcolonial Predicaments, And Deterritorialized Nation-States. New York: Gordon and Breach.

Basu, Amrita (ed.) (1995). The Challenge Of Local Feminisms: Women’s Movements In Global Perspective. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

Basu, Amrita. (1997). The Many Faces of Asian Feminism. Asian Women, Vol. 5, Fall, pp. 1-17.

Beams, Joseph. (1986). In the Life: A Black Gay Anthology.

Belasco, Warren, and Philip Scranton (eds.) (2001). Food Nations: Selling Taste In Consumer Societies. New York: Routledge.

Bell, Diane. (1998). Ngarrindjeri Wurruwarrin: A World That Is, Was, and Will Be. Melbourne: Spinifex Press.

Bell-Scott, Patricia (ed.) (1995). Life Notes: Personal Writings By Contemporary Black Women. New York: Norton.

Bell-Scott, Patricia, and Juanita Johnson-Bailey (eds.) (1998). Flat Footed Truths: Telling Black Women’s Lives. New York: Henry Holt.

Bhavnani, Kum Kum, and Ann Phoenix. (eds.). (1994). Shifting Identities, Shifting Racisms: A Feminism & Psychology Reader. Sage.

Bhavnani, Kum-Kum. (ed.). (2000). Feminism and Race. Oxford University Press

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Mohanty, Chandra Talpade. (2003). Feminism Without Borders: Decolonizing Theory, Practicing Solidarity. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

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Mullin, Amy. (1995). Selves, Diverse and Divided: Can Feminists have Diversity Without Multiplicity?. Hypatia, 10(4), Fall.

Mullings, Leith (1996). On Our Own Terms: Race, Class, And Gender In The Lives Of African American Women. New York: Routledge.

Nagel, Joane. (2003). Race, Ethnicity, and Sexuality: Intimate intersections, forbidden frontiers. New York: Oxford University Press.

Naples, Nancy, and Manisha Desai (eds.) (2002). Women’s Activism And Globalization: Linking Local Struggles And Transnational Politics. New York: Routledge.

Narayan, Uma and Sandra Harding. (eds.). (1998). Hypatia. Special Issue: Border Crossings: Multicultural and Postcolonial Feminist Challenges to Philosophy. 13(2), Spring.

Narayan, Uma. (1997). Dislocating Cultures: Identities, Traditions, And Third-World Feminism. New York : Routledge.

Narayan, Uma. (1997). Dislocating Cultures: Identities, Traditions, and Third World Feminism. Routledge.

Ng, Franklin (ed.) (1998). Asian American Women And Gender. New York: Garland Pub.

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NWSA Journal. (2005). Volume 17, Number 2, Summer;
PÉrez, Emma / Gloria Anzaldœa: La Gran Nueva Mestiza Theorist, Writer, Activist-Scholar.
Rowe, Aimee Marie Carrillo; Licona, Adela C. / Moving Locations: The Politics of Identities in Motion.
Rowe, Aimee Marie Carrillo / Be Longing: Toward a Feminist Politics of Relation.
Malhotra, Sheena; PÉrez, Kimberlee / Belonging, Bridges, and Bodies.
Kwon, Young Hee / Searching to Death for “Home”: A Filipina Immigrant Bride’s Subaltern Rewriting.
Keating, Cricket / Building Coalitional Consciousness.
Licona, Adela C. / (B)orderlands’ Rhetorics and Representations: The Transformative Potential of Feminist Third-Space Scholarship and Zines.
Licona, Adela C.; Rowe, Aimee Marie Carrillo / After Words: Feminist Praxis as a Bridge Between Theory and Practice.
Forum: Women’s Studies in “Other” Locations
Lichtenstein, Diane Marilyn; Orr, Catherine M. / Special Forum: Women’s Studies in “Other” Locations.
Snyder, Ann Virtu / Location, Location, Location: Reflections of an Itinerant Practitioner.
Reviere, Rebecca; Nahal, Anita / Finding Our Place: Women’s Studies at Howard University.
Wantland, Ross / Feminist Frat Boys? Fraternity Men in the (Women’s Studies) House.
Sahlin, Claire L. / Vital to the Mission and Key to Survival: Women’s Studies at Women’s Colleges.
Helmbold, Lois Rita / Women’s Studies in Sin City: Reactionary Politics and Feminist Possibilities.
Launius, Christie / “Being” Women’s Studies: Perils and Pleasures of Administering a One-Person Program.
Tai, Emily S. / Women’s Work: Integrating Women’s Studies into a Community College Curriculum.
Baker, Carrie N.; Madden, Jaime / “An Orchid in the Arctic”: Women’s Studies in the Rural South.
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O’Donnell, Penny, and Lynette Simons. (eds.). Australians Against Racism: Testimonies from the Anti-Apartheid Movement in Australia. Pluto Press.

Omolade, Barbara (1994). The Rising Song Of African American Women. New York: Routledge.

Ong, Aihwa. (1999). Flexible Citizenship: The Cultural Logics of Transnationality. Durham: Duke UP.

Ong, Aihwa. (1999). Flexible Citizenship: The Cultural Logics Of Transnationality. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

Ore, Tracy E. (2000). The Social Construction of Difference and Inequality: Race, class, gender, and sexuality. Mayfield.

Owen, Jane Duncan. (2002). Mixed Matches: Interracial Marriage in Australia. Sydney: UNSW Press.

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Parekh, Bhikhu. (1998). The Politics of Multiculturalism. Macmillan.

Parker, Andrew, Russo, Mary, Sommer, Doris and Yaeger, Patricia. (eds.). (1992). Nationalisms and Sexualities. New York/London: Routledge.

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Pettman, Jan J. (1992a). Gendered Knowledges: Aboriginal Women and the Politics of Feminism. In Attwood, Bain and Arnold, John. (eds.). Power, Knowledge and Aborigines. Melbourne: La Trobe University Press (includes many references on gender and Aborigines).

Pettman, Jan J. (1992b). Living in the Margins: Racism, Sexism and Feminism in Australia. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.

Pettman, Jan J. (1996). Worlding Women: A Feminist International Politics. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.
Includes. Women, Colonisation and Racism. Women, Gender and Nationalism. etc.

Pheterson, Gail. (1990). Alliances Between Women Overcoming Internalised Oppression and Internalised Domination. In Albrecht, Lisa and Brewer, Rose M. (eds.). Bridges of Power: Women’s Multicultural alliances. Philadelphia, PA: New Society Publishers.

Pierson, Ruth Roach and Nupur Chaudhuri, with the assistance of Beth McAuley. (1998). Nation, Empire, Colony: Historicizing Gender and Race. Indiana University Press.

Poonacha, Veena. (1999). Exploring Differences: An Analysis of the Complexity and Diversity of the Contemporary Indian Women’s Movement. Australian Feminist Studies, Volume 14 Number 29, April.

Probyn, E. (1995) Lesbians in Space, Gender, Sex, and the Structure of Missing. Gender, Place & Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, Mar., Vol. 2 Issue 1, p77, 8p.

Radford-Hill, Sheila. (2000). Further to Fly: Black Women and the Politics of Empowerment. University of Minnesota Press.

Rajan, Rejeswari Sunder. (1993). Real And Imagined Women: Gender, Culture, And Postcolonialism. New York: Routledge.

Ranchod-Nilsson, Sita, and Mary Ann Tetreault (eds.) (2000). Women, States, And Nationalism: At Home In The Nation? New York: Routledge.

Roald, Anne-Sofie. (2001). Women in Islam. Routledge.

Robert, Hannah. (2001). Disciplining the Female Aboriginal Body: Inter-Racial Sex and the Pretence of Separation. Australian Feminist Studies, Volume 16, Number 34, March.

Robnett, Belinda. (2000). How Long? How Long? African-American Women in the Struggle for Civil Rights. Oxford University Press.

Romero, Mary et.al. (eds.). (1997). Challenging Fronteras: Structuring Latina and Latino Lives in the U.S. Routledge.

Roscoe, Will. (ed.). (2000). Changing Ones: Third and Fourth Genders in Native North America. St. Martins: Scholarly and Reference Division

Ross, Karen, and Linda Steiner. (eds.). (2002). Feminist Media Studies, Volume 2 Number 1, March 01. Contents;
The Media and Our Protest / Oona Besman.
September 11th, As We Now Call Them / Gill Branston.
Feminist Media Criticism: An Elaborate Distraction? / Lane Browning.
‘Islamophobia’ and the Media in Italy / Rinella Cere.
Where Are All the Women? / Melanie Dunn.
It’s September 12th: Do You Know Where Afghanistan’s Women Are? / Barbara Friedman.
Media in Crises: Gender and Terror, September. (2001). / Sue Curry Jansen.
News Terrorism: Misogyny Exposed and the Easy Journalism of Conflict / Maggie Magor.
A Feminist Response to the Rhetoric of Revenge / Barbara A. Mastrolia.
Teaching Students to Challenge the War-as-Justice Rhetoric / Penny O’Donnell, Tanja Dreher.
Feminism is NOT Pacifism: A Personal View of the Politics of War / Lynne Roper.
Violence, Militarism, Terrorism: Faces of a Masculine Order and the Exploitation of Women / Katharine Sarikakis.
A Blindfold of Compassion? Women as Pawns in the New War / Shannon Walsh.
Teaching and Learning about Terror / Jane Widdess.

Rothenberg, Paula. (ed). (1988). Race, Class and Gender in the United States: An Integrated Study. New York: St Martin’s Press.

Ruether, Rosemary Radford. (ed). (1996). Women Healing Earth: Third World Women on Ecology, Feminism, and Religion.

Ruiz, Vicki L. (1998). From Out Of The Shadows: Mexican Women In Twentieth-Century America. New York: Oxford University Press.

Ruiz, Vicki. (ed.). (2000). Unequal Sisters: A Multicultural Reader in US Women’s History. 3rd ed. Routledge.

Russell, Letty M. (ed). (1988). Inheriting our Mothers’ Gardens: Feminist Theology in Third World Perspective.

Russo, Ann. (2001). Taking Back Our Lives: A Call to Action for the Violence Against Women Movement. New York: Routledge.
Includes;
8. White Men Can’t Kill? Racial Profiling and Men’s Intimate Violence Against Women.
11. A Feminist Practice Of Antiracism: Strategies to Recognize and Disrupt White Privilege and Power.

Saldivar-Hull, Sonia. . (2000). Feminism On The Border: Chicana Gender Politics And Literature. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Saraga, Esther. (ed). (1998). Embodying the Social: Constructions of Difference. Routledge.

Sarker, Sonita and Esha Niyogi De. (eds.). (2002). Trans-Status Subjects: Gender in the Globalization of South and Southeast Asia. Durham: Duke UP.

Saunders, Kay, and Raymond Evans. (eds.). (1992). Gender and Race Relations. Section One in Gender Relations in Australia: Domination and Negotiation. Sydney: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich

Schweitzer, Marjorie M. (ed.) (1999). American Indian Grandmothers: Traditions And Transitions. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press.

Scott, Joan W., Cora Kaplan, and Debra Keates. (eds.). Transitions, Environments, Translations: International Feminisms in Contemporary Politics. Routledge.

Scutt, Jocelynne A. (1997). The Incredible Woman: Power and Sexual Politics. Volume 2. Melbourne: Artemis

Sen, Gita, and Caren Grown. (1987). Development, Crises and Alternative Visions: Third World Women’s Perspectives. London: Earthscan.

Sen, Kriskna, and Maila Stivens. (eds.). Gender and Power in Affluent Asia. Routledge.

Shah, Sonia (ed.) (1997). Dragon Ladies: Asian American Feminists Breathe Fire. Boston: South End Press.

Sharpe, Jenny. (1993). Allegories Of Empire: The Figure Of The Woman In The Colonial Text. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Shohat, Ella (ed.) (1999). Talking Visions: Multicultural Feminism In A Transnational Age. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Shohat, Ella. (ed.). (1998). Talking Visions: Multicultural Feminism in Transnational Age. Cambridge: MIT.

Siddiqui, Hannana. (2000). Black Women’s Activism: Coming of Age?. Feminist Review, 64(1).

Simon, Sherry. Gender in Translation: Cultural Identity and the Politics of Transmission. Routledge.

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Smaje, Chris. (1997). Not Just a Social Construct: Theorising Race and Ethnicity. Sociology, 31(2), May.

Smith, Barbara (ed.) (2000). Home Girls: A Black Feminist Anthology. Rev. ed. New Jersey: Rutgers University Press.

Smith, Barbara Ellen (ed.) (1999). Neither Separate Nor Equal: Women, Race, And Class In The South. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Smith, Barbara. (2000). The Truth That Never Hurts: Writings On Race, Gender And Freedom. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

Smith, Barbara. (2000). Too Heavy a Load: Home Girls: A Black Feminist Anthology. Rutgers University Press

Smith, Barbara. (ed.). (1983). Home Girls: A Black Feminist Anthology. New York: Kitchen Table: Women of Color Press.

Smith, Bonnie. (ed.). (2000). Global Feminisms: A Survey of Issues and Controversies. Routledge

Smith, Chip. (2007). The Cost of Privilege: Taking on the System of White Supremacy and Racism. Fayetteville, NC: Camino Press.

Smith, Valerie. (1998). Not Just Race, Not Just Gender: Black Feminist Readings. New York: Routledge.

Socialist Review. (1994). Special Issue: Arranging Identities, No’s 1 & 2 (eg on Whiteness).

Sparr, Pamela. (ed). (1994). Mortgaging Women’s Lives: Feminist Critiques of Structural Adjustment.

Spelman, Elizabeth. (1988). Inessential Woman: Problems of Exclusion in Feminist Thought. Boston: Beacon Press.

Spivak, G.C. (1988). Can the Subaltern speak?. In C. Nelson & L. Grossberg. (eds.), Marxism and the interpretation of culture (pp. 271-313). Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

Spivak, G.C. (1988). In Other Worlds. New York: Routledge.

Spoonely, Paul. (1993). Racism and Ethnicity. Auckland: Oxford University Press (2nd edition).

Springer, Kimberley. (ed). (1999). Still Lifting, Still Climbing: African American Women’s Contemporary Activism. NYU Press.

Springer, Kimberly (ed.) (1999). Still Lifting, Still Climbing: Contemporary African-American Women’s Activism. New York: New York University Press.

Srivastava, S. (2007). An Education of the Passions: Sexuality, Consumption and Class in India. London: Routledge.

St. Jean, Yanick. (1997). Double Burden: Black Women And Everyday Racism. Armonk, NY: M. E. Sharpe.

Stanford, Susan. (1995). Beyond White and Other: Relationality and Narratives of Race in Feminist Discourse. Signs, 21(1), Autumn.

Stanley, Sandra Kumamoto (ed.) (1998). Other Sisterhoods: Literary Theory And U. S. Women Of Color. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

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Staudt, Kathleen. (1997). Women, International Development and Politics: The Bureaucratic Mire. Temple University Press. (second edition).

Steady, Filomina C. (ed). (1985). The Black Woman Cross-Culturally. Cambridge, MA: Schenkman.

Stephen, Lynn Women and Social Movements in Latin America: Power From Below. University of Texas Press.

Sterba, James P. (2000). Three Challenges to Ethics: Environmentalism, Feminism, and Multiculturalism. Oxford University Press.

Stokes, Geoffrey. (ed). (1997). The Politics of Identity in Australia. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Stoler, Ann Laura. (2002). Carnal Knowledge And Imperial Power: Race And The Intimate In Colonial Rule. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Sudbury, Julia. (1998). ‘Other Kinds of Dreams’: Black Women’s Organizations and the Politics of Transformation. Routledge.

Thomas, Barb, and Tina Lopes. (2006). Dancing on Lives Embers. Between the Lines.

Thompson, Denise. (2001). Differences Among Women. Ch. 7, and. What Does it Mean to Call Feminism ‘White and Middle-Class’?. Ch. 8, in Radical Feminism Today. London: Sage

Thompson, Kathleen, and Hilary Mac Austin. (eds.). (1999). The Face of Our Past: Images of Black Women from Colonial America to the Present. Indiana University Press.

Thompson, Lowell. (1998). Whitefolks: Seeing America Through Black Eyes.

Tickner, Ann J. (2001). Gendering World Politics: Issues And Approaches In The Post-Cold War Era. New York: Columbia University Press.

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Tobach, Ethel, and Betty Rosoff. (eds.). (1994). Challenging Racism and Sexism: Alternatives to Genetic Explanations. New York: The Feminist Press/City University of New York.

Twine, France Windance, et al. (eds.) (2001). Feminism And Antiracism: International Struggles For Justice. New York: New York University Press.

Twine, France Winddance, and Jonathan W. Warren. (eds.). (1999). Race-ing Research, Researching Race. NYU Press.

Valdivia, Angharad N. (ed). (1995). Feminism, Multiculturalism, and the Media.

Van Ausdale, Debra and Joe Feagin. (2006). The First R: How Children Learn Race and Racism. New York: Roman and Littlefield.

Vanita, Ruth (ed). (2001). Queering India: Same-Sex Love and Eroticism in Indian Culture and Society. Routledge.

Vaz, Kim M. (1994) Black Women in America: Confronting Gender, Race & Class. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Vaz, Kim M. (ed.) (1995). Black Women In America: Confronting Gender, Race, And Class. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Vaz, Kim Marie. (ed). (1994). Black Women in America: Confronting Gender, Race & Class. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Visvanathan, Nalini, Lynn Duggan, Laurie Nisonoff, and Nan Wiegersma (eds.) (1997). Women, Gender, And Development Reader. Atlantic Highlands, NJ: Zed Books.

Walker, Alice. (1984). In Search Of Our Mothers’ Gardens. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.

Ware, Vron. (1992). Beyond the Pale: White women, racism and history. London & New York: Verso.

Watt, Shantu, and Juliet Cook. (1991). Racism: Whose Liberation? Implications for Women’s Studies. In Aaron, Jane and Walby, Sylvia. (eds.). Out of the Margins: Women’s Studies in the Nineties. London: Falmer Press.

Weber, Lynn. (2001). Understanding Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality: A Conceptual Framework. New York: McGraw Hill.

Weedon, Chris. (1999). Feminism, Theory and the Politics of Difference. Oxford: Blackwell.

Welker, James, and Lucetta Kam. (eds.). (2006). Intersections: Gender, History and Culture in the Asian Context, Special issue: Of Queer Import(s): Sexualities, Genders and Rights in Asia. Issue 14, November;
Introduction: Of Queer Import(s): Sexualities, Genders and Rights in Asia;
The Postcolonial Perverse: Hybridity, Desire and the Filipino Nation in Federico Licsi Espino, Jr.’s Lumpen / J. Neil C. Garcia;
Enduring Voices: Fushimi Noriaki and Kakefuda Hiroko’s Continuing Relevance to Japanese Lesbian and Gay Studies and Activism / Katsuhiko Suganuma;
An Intimate Dialogue with Chan Kwok Chan in Yau Ching’s Ho Yuk: Let’s Love Hong Kong / Denise Tse Shang Tang;
Analysing the Politics of Same-Sex Issues in a Comparative Perspective: The Strange Similarities between John Howard and Mahathir Mohamad / Carol Johnson;
What Made Me This Way? Contrasting Reflections by Thai and Filipina Transwomen / Sam Winter;
Magnus Hirschfeld: Panhumanism and the Sexual Cultures of Asia / J. Edgar Bauer;
Queering Asia / Ara Wilson.
Book Reviews;
Chris Berry, Fran Martin, and Audrey Yue (editors), Mobile Cultures: New Media in Queer Asia / John (Song Pae) Cho;
Tom Boellstorff, The Gay Archipelago: Sexuality and Nation in Indonesia / Philip Kitley;
Gayatri Gopinath, Impossible Desires: Queer Diasporas and South Asian Public Cultures / Romit Dasgupta;
Martin F. Manalansan IV, Global Divas: Filipino Gay Men in the Diaspora / Gilbert Caluya;
Mark McLelland, Queer Japan from the Pacific War to the Internet Age / James Farrer;
Mark McLelland and Romit Dasgupta (editors), Genders, Transgenders, and Sexualities in Japan / James E. Roberson;
Arvind Narrain and Gautam Bhan (editors), Because I Have a Voice: Queer Politics in India / Niladri Chatterjee;
Jim Reichert, In the Company of Men: Representations of Male-Male Sexuality in Meiji Literature / Rio Otomo;
Tze-lan D. Sang, The Emerging Lesbian: Female Same-Sex Desire in Modern China / Hui Xiao;
Megan J. Sinnott, Toms and Dees: Transgender Identity and Female Same-Sex Relationships in Thailand / Anne Beaumont-Vernon;
Wu Cuncun, Homoerotic Sensibilities in Late Imperial China / Mark McLelland;
Yau Ching, Xinbie guangying: Xianggang dianying zhong de xing yu xingbie wenhua yanjiu [Sexing shadows: Genders and sexualities in Hong Kong cinema] / Helen Hok-Sze Leung.

West, Candace, and Sarah Fenstermaker. (1995). Doing Difference. Gender & Society, 9(1), February

West, Traci C. (1999). Wounds of the Spirit: Black Women, Violence, and Resistance Ethics. New York University Press.

Westwood, Sallie, and Annie Phizacklea. (2000). Trans-Nationalism and the Politics of Belonging. New York: Routledge.

White, Reneé T., and T. Denean Sharpley-Whiting. (eds.). (1997). Spoils of War: Women of Color, Cultures, and Revolutions.

Wieviorka, Michel. (1995). The Arena of Racism.

Wilkinson, Sue, and Celia Kitzinger. (eds.). (1996). Representing the Other: A Feminism & Psychology Reader. Sage.

Williams, Brackette F. (ed). (1997). Women Out Of Place: The Gender of Agency and the Race of Nationality.

Willis, Ellen. (1992). Sisters Under the Skin? Confronting Race and Sex. In No More Nice Girls: Countercultural Essays. Hanover & London: Wesleyan University Press

Wing, Adrien Katherine. (ed.). (2000). Global Critical Race Feminism: An International Reader. New York: New York University Press.

Wing, Katherine. (ed.). (1999). Global Critical Race Feminism: An International Reader. New York University Press.

Wisker, Gina. (2000). A Critical Introduction to Post-Colonial and African American Women’s Writing. St. Martins: Scholarly and Reference Division.

Women of the South Asian Descent Collective. (ed.). (1998). Our Feet Walk The Sky: Women of the South Asian Diaspora. San Francisco: Aunt Lute Books.

Wong, Diane Yen-Mei (ed.) (1989). Making Waves: An Anthology Of Writings By And About Asian American Women. Boston: Beacon Press.

Woodward, Kathryn. (ed). (1997). Identity and Difference. London: Sage.

Yegenoglu, Meyda. (1998). Colonial Fantasies: Towards a Feminist Reading of Orientalism. Cambridge University Press

Young, Gay, and Bette J. Dickerson. (eds.). (1994). Color, Class & Country: Experiences of Gender. London & New Jersey: Zed Books.

Young, Lola. (1995). Fear of the Dark: ‘Race’, Gender and Sexuality in the Cinema. Routledge.

Young, Lola. (2000). Confronting Difference: What is Black British Feminism?. Women: A Cultural Review, 11(1-2), Spring/Summer.

Yuval-Davis, Nira. (1996). Gender and Nation. Sage.

Zack, Naomi. (ed). (1997). Race/Sex: Their Sameness, Difference, and Interplay. Routledge.

Zinn, Maxine Baca, and Bonnie Thorton Dill (eds.) (1993) Women of Color in United States Society. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Journals

Interventions: The International Journal of Postcolonial Studies (Routledge)
Ethnicities (Sage, began 2001)
Gender, Place and Culture
Journal of Black Studies
Journal of Gender, Race and Justice
Race & Class (Sage, began 2000)
Race Traitor: Journal of the New Abolitionism
Social Identities: Journal for the Study of Race, Nation and Culture

 


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d) Whiteness and White Studies

Note: Many of the above texts contain relevant discussions on whiteness, race and ethnicity, etc.

(charles), Helen. (1992). Whiteness - The Relevance of Politically Colouring the ‘Non’. In Hinds, Hilary, Phoenix, Ann and Stacey, Jackie. (eds.). Working Out: New Directions for Women’s Studies. London: Falmer.

Allen, Theodore W. (1994). The Invention of the White Race: Volume One: Racial Oppression and Social Control. London: Verso.

Babb, Valerie Melissa. (1998). Whiteness Visible: The Meaning of Whiteness in American Literature and Culture. New York: New York University Press.

Banet-Weiser, Sarah. (1999) Ch. 5, “The Representational Politics of Whiteness and the National Body: Bess Myerson, Miss America 1945, and Heather Whitestone, Miss America 1995,” (153-166) in The Most Beautiful Girl in the World. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.

Berger, Maurice. (1998). White Lies: Race and the Myths of Whiteness. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux.

Bernardi, Daniel. (ed.). The Birth of Whiteness: Race and the Emergence of U.S. Cinema.

Blee, Kathleen M. (1991) Women of the Klan: Racism and Gender in the 1920s. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Bonnett, A. (1996). ‘White Studies’: The Problems and Projects of a New Research Agenda. Theory Culture Society, 13(2): 145-155.

Bonnett, Alastair. (1996). ‘White Studies’: The Problems and Projects of a New Research Agenda. Theory, Culture & Society, 13(2)

Breines, Wini. (2006). The Trouble Between Us: An Uneasy History of White and Black Women in the Feminist Movement. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Bucholtz, M. (1999). You da man: Narrating the racial other in the production of white masculinity. Journal of Sociolinguistics, November, vol. 3, no. 4, pp. 443-460.

Cornford, Adam. (1997). ‘Colorless All-Color’: Notes on White Culture. Bad Subjects: Political Education for Everyday Life, No. 33, September

Cuomo, Chris, and Kim J. Hall (editors). (1999) Whiteness: Feminist Reflections. Boston: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.

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Innocent Until Proven Innocent: In Defense of Duke Lacrosse and White Power (and Against Menacing Black Student-Athletes, a Black Stripper, Activists, and the Jewish Media) / David J. Leonard.
Rush Limbaugh, Donovan McNabb, and “A Little Social Concern”: Reflections on the Problems of Whiteness in Contemporary American Sport / Douglas Hartmann.
“You Know, We Are All Indian”: Exploring White Power and Privilege in Reactions to the NCAA Native American Mascot Policy / Ellen J. Staurowsky.
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