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Conceptions of Postwar German Masculinity, ed. Roy Jerome (), German Quarterly, Fall , Conference Session Reviews “Session Review: Das Gedächtnis von Stadt und Region [Collective Memory in City and Region],” German Studies Association Annual Conference, St. Paul, October , H-Net German, posted December Art and Masculinity in Post-War Britain sheds new light on how the fluid concepts of society, nation, masculinity and home interacted and influenced each other at this critical period in history and will be of interest to anyone studying art history, anthropology, sociology, history and cultural and heritage studies.
Myths of masculinity / William G. Doty. Format Book Published New York: Crossroad, c Description ix, p.: ill. ; 24 cm. Notes Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index. Subject headings Masculinity. Archetype (Psychology) Mythology--Psychological aspects. ISBN. Masterful and thorough at once, he takes the reader through this dark chapter of German postwar history, supplying key information on perpetrators, informers, and victims. In an assessment of post-communist memory politics, he critically discusses the consequences of opening the files and the outcomes of the Stasi debate in reunified Germany.
In the Room with Men: A Casebook of Therapeutic Change, edited by Matt EnglarCarlson and Mark A. Stevens. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association, , pp. For the reader who is new to the emerging field of the psychology of boys, men, and masculinity, this book begins with a wellstructured outline of the research and. Histories of Masculinity. Excerpted from The Men’s Bibliography: New York: Quadrangle/The New York Times Book Co. Honeyman, Katrina. (). Following Suit: Men, Masculinity and Gendered Practices in the Clothing Trade in Leeds, England, Conceptions of Postwar German Masculinity. State Univ of New York Press. Johansen.
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Part III. Reading Masculinity in Postwar German Literature. The Motif of the Man, Who, Although He Loves, Goes to War: On the History of the Construction of Masculinity in the European Tradition Carl. \/ Harry Brod -- Masculinity and sexual abuse in postwar German society \/ Klaus-J\u00FCrgen Bruder -- The motif of the man, who, although he loves, goes to war: on the history of the construction of masculinity in the European tradition \/ Carl Pietzcker -- \"I have only you, Cassandra\": antifeminism and the reconstruction of patriarchy in.
Conceptions of postwar German masculinity by Jerome, Roy, Hard-cold-fast: imagining masculinity in the German Academy, literature, and the media / Klaus-Michael Bogdal -- An interview with Tilmann Moser on trauma, therapeutic technique, and the constitution of masculinity in the sons of the National Socialist generation / Roy Jerome Pages: Conceptions of Postwar German Masculinity by Michael S.
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Edited by Roy Jerome. Albany: State University of New York Press, Manly States: Masculinities, International Relations, and Gender Politics. Conceptions of Postwar German Masculinity Examines masculinity in German culture, society, and literature from to the groundbreaking work examines the long-ignored issue of masculinity and masculine identity in German culture, society, and literature, from to the present.
Extra resources for Conceptions of Postwar German Masculinity Example text An allusion to a highly successful rock song, “Neue M¨anner braucht das Land” (The country needs new men), from the women’s movement of the early ’80s/5(35).
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Book Review Cold Warriors: Manliness on Trial in the Rhetoric of the West. By Suzanne Clark. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, Conceptions of Postwar German Masculinity. Edited by. Masculinity and Sexual Abuse in Postwar German Society Klaus-Jürgen Bruder Part III Reading Masculinity in Postwar German Literature The Motif of the Man, Who, Although He Loves, Goes to War: On the History of the Construction of Masculinity in the European Tradition Carl Pietzcker "I have only you, Cassandra".
Layne’s book attempts to parse the distinction between appreciation and cultural appropriation, taking works in which white German men identify themselves as “rebels,” as outsiders to mainstream German culture—and dominant conceptions of white German masculinity—through an affiliation or even outright identification with Africans, African.
In Jerome, R. (Ed.). Conceptions of postwar German masculinity. Albany: StateUniversity of New York Press. Bosch, T. From ruins to rock’n’roll: Images of male youths and constructions of masculinity in West German cultural production, —Unpublished Ph.D., The University of Texas at Austin, United States— Texas.
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The American Impact on Postwar Germany. By Reiner Pommerin. No cover image. and New Conceptions of Masculinity In East and West Germany 8. Reconstruction of Race in Post Germany. Book Essay on: Heide Fehrenbach, The second chapter explores the concept of postwar German masculinity and femininity.
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About the Book. Surrealist Masculinities offers a fresh exploration of how surrealist visual production was shaped by constructions of gender and sexuality, particularly masculinity, in the s and early Lyford builds on feminist critical approaches to surrealism, which have viewed the female body in surrealism as symptomatic of male misogyny; yet she also departs from such work by.The contradictions of fascist ideology and the ambiguities and ambivalence of cultural productions under the Fascist regime have been explored in an increasing number of studies, especially in the Author: Ruth Ben-Ghiat.If this introduction to a special issue of Central European History (CEH) or any other collection of articles on Third Reich masculinity had been published twenty or twenty-five years ago, it would have begun by bemoaning the neglect of men and masculinity in gender an article would have lamented the fact that the dominant stream of gender studies proceeds “as if gender applied Cited by: 1.