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Harry Brod

In: Theorizing Masculinities

Chapter 5: Some Thoughts on Some Histories of Some Masculinities: Jews and other others1

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Some Thoughts on Some Histories of Some Masculinities: Jews and other others1
Some thoughts on some histories of some masculinities: Jews and other others
HarryBrod

What is one studying when one studies men and masculinities? What are the relationships between studies of men and studies of women? What are the relationships between studies of some men and studies of others—in particular, what are the relationships between studies of dominant or hegemonic groups of men and studies of marginalized or nonhegemonic groups of men? In this chapter, I shall take up these questions. I shall do so by first undertaking a critical analysis of the development of current conceptualizations of these issues, taking as the guiding thread of my investigations the genesis of the concept “masculinities” in its ...

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