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Readership: Undergraduate and graduate gender studies students.
Edited by Peter F. Murphy, Peter Murphy is Professor and Chair of the Department of English and Philosophy at Murray State University
"...offer[s] interested readers a wide spectrum of views and arguments that are likely to challenge them to review their own position regarding sexual difference, masculinity and feminism's future." - Catherine Dahlstrom, European Journal of English Studies
1: Jack Sawyer: On Male Liberation
2: Carl Wittman: A Gay Manifesto
3: John Stoltenberg: Toward Gender Justice
4: Bob Lamm: Learning from Women
5: Joseph Pleck: Men's Power with Women, other Men, and Society: A Men's Movement Analysis
6: Andrew Tolson: Excerpts from 'The Limits of Masculinity: Male Identity and Women's Liberation'
7: The Men's Free Press Collective: Hopes and Dreams: Creating a Men's Politics
8: Paul Hoch: Excerpts from 'White Hero Black Beast: Racism, Sexism and the Mask of Masculinity'
9: Paul Willis: Shop Floor Culture, Masculinity and the Wage Form
10: Robert Staples: Excerpts from 'Black Masculinity: The Black Male's Role in American Society'
11: Emmanuel Reynaud: Excerpts from 'Holy Virility: the Social Construction of Masculinity'
1985 - the present
12: Tim Carrigan, Bob Connell, and John Lee: Toward a New Sociology of Masculinity
13: Gary Kinsman: Men Loving Men: the Challenge of Gay Liberation
14: Michael S. Kimmel: Masculinity as Homophobia: Fear, Shame and Silence in the Construction of Gender Identity
15: Kenneth Clatterbaugh: What is Problematic about Masculinities?
16: Marjorie Kibby and Brigid Costello: Displaying the Phallus: Masculinity and the Performance of Sexuality on the Internet
17: Abby L. Ferber: Racial Warriors and Weekend Warriors: The Construction of Masculinity in Mythopoetic and White Supremacist Dicourse
18: Louise Archer: 'Muslim Brothers, Black lads, traditional Asians': British Muslim Young Men's Constructions of Race, Religion, and Masculinity
19: Samuel Adu-Poku: Envisioning (Black) Male Feminism: A Cross-Cultural Perspective