Making Men, Making History: Canadian Masculinities Across Time and Place

TitleMaking Men, Making History: Canadian Masculinities Across Time and Place
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2018
Corporate AuthorsGossage, Peter, and Robert Allen Rutherdale
Number of Pages454
PublisherUBC Press
CityVancouver, BC

While Canadian experiences of manhood and masculinity have recently been part of research interest, there have been few attempts to take stock of the major contributions or to outline directions for further discussion and research. Making Men, Making History seeks to fill that gap by offering both a wide-ranging, collective exploration of historical masculinities in Canada and a thematic framework in which to situate the ongoing work. Masculinity histories are plural and relational, even as they apply to the masculine power men exert over other men. Masculine catagories emerge, as historians have taken pains to reveal, in the everday flow of making gendered boundaries, and they do so in response to male identities that are communicated and experienced individually and collectively over time. (Making Men, Maing History)

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