Black and white masculinity in the American south, 1800-2000
Plath, Lydia and Lussana, Sergio, eds. (2009) Black and white masculinity in the American south, 1800-2000. Newcastle-Upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press. ISBN 9781443805964Full text not available from this repository.
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This book consists of a range of essays written by historians and literary critics which examine the historical construction of Southern masculinities, rich and poor, white and black, in a variety of contexts, from slavery in the antebellum period, through the struggle for Civil Rights, right up to the recent South. Building on the rich historiography of gender and culture in the South undertaken in recent years, this volume aims to highlight the important role Southern conceptions of masculinity have played in the lives of Southern men, and to reflect on how masculinity has intersected with class, race and power to structure the social relationships between blacks and whites throughout the history of the South. The volume highlights the multifaceted nature of Southern masculinities, demonstrating the changing ways black and white masculinities have been both imagined and practised over the years, while also emphasizing that conceptions of black and white masculinity in the American South rarely seem to be divorced from wider questions of class, race and power.
|Subjects:||E History America > E151 United States (General)|
|Divisions:||Other > Institute of Advanced Study
Faculty of Arts > History
|Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH):||Masculinity -- Southern States -- History.|
|Publisher:||Cambridge Scholars Press|
|Place of Publication:||Newcastle-Upon-Tyne|
|Editor:||Plath, Lydia and Lussana, Sergio|
|Number of Pages:||228|
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