Global Men and Masculinities

GSF374S

Transnational approach to male bodies, desires, and lives using critical and feminist scholarship; draws from sociology, history, anthropology, and cultural studies; men and masculinities are understood to differ from each other and by context; considers power relations, leisure, and everyday life through topics such as war/militarism, religion, sports, love, and work; interactive lectures. Each student is guided to complete a short research paper on a relevant topic of choice. One course.

Crosslisting Numbers: 

ICS274S
SOCIOL375S