Masculinities in politics and war : gendering modern history / edited by Stefan Dudink, Karen Hagenamm and John Tosh Tosh, John

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Tosh, John
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Masculinity - Congreses.; Masculinity.; Masculinities.
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  • List of Figures
  • List of Contributors
  • Acknowledgements
  • Preface
  • Part I: Masculinities in Politics and War: Introductions
  • Masculinity in Politics and War in the Age of Democratic Revolutions, 1750-1850
  • Stefan Dudink and Karen Hagemann
  • Masculinity in Politics and War in the Age of Nation-States and World Wars, 1850-1950
  • John Horne
  • Hegemonic Masculinity and the History of Gender
  • John Tosh
  • Part II: Historicising Revolutionary Masculinity: Constructs and Contexts
  • The Republican Gentleman: The Race to Rhetorical Stability in the New United States
  • Carroll Smith-Rosenberg
  • Masculinity, Effeminacy, Time: Conceptual Change in the Dutch Age of Democratic Revolutions
  • Stefan Dudink
  • Republican Citizenship and Heterosocial Desire: Concepts of Masculinity in Revolutionary France
  • Joan B. Landes
  • German Heroes: The Cult of Death For the Fatherland in Nineteenth-Century Germany
  • Karen Hagemann
  • Part III: Gendering the Nation: Hegemonic Masculinity and Its Others
  • 'Brothers of the Iranian Race': Manhood, Nationhood, and Modernity in Iran C.1870-1914
  • Joanna De Groot
  • Hegemonic Masculinity in Afrikaner Nationalist Mobilisation, 1934-1948
  • Jacobus Adriaan Du Pisani
  • Temperate Heroes: Concepts of Masculinity in Second World War Britain
  • Sonya O. Rose
  • Part IV: Analysing Power Relations: The Politics of Masculinity
  • Translating Needs into Rights: The Discursive Imperative of the Australian White Man, 1901-1930
  • Marilyn Lake
  • Measures for Masculinity: The American Labor Movement and Welfare State Policy During the Great Depression
  • Alice Kessler-Harris
  • Masculinities, Nations, and the New World Order: Gendered Discourses on Peacemaking and Nationality in Britain, France and the United States after the First World War
  • Glenda Sluga
  • Part V: Including the Subject: Masculinity and Subjectivity
  • The Political Man: The Construction of Masculinity in German Social Democracy, 1848-1878
  • Thomas Welskopp
  • Making Workers Masculine: The (Re)Construction of Male Worker Identity in Twentieth-Century Brazil
  • Barbara Weinstein
  • Maternal Relations: Moral Manliness and Emotional Survival in Letters Home during the First World War
  • Michael Roper
  • Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Masculinity History, Masculinity Political aspects, Masculinity in popular culture, War and society, Politics and culture.
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