Introduction1 The Roots of National Manhood2 Reinforcing Heterosexual Manhood3 The Decline of the French Canadian Race4 War and Manhood5 The Revitalization of National History 6 The Critique of National ManhoodConclusionNotes; Index
This perceptive intellectual history of masculinity in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Quebec explores how the concept of manhood shaped French Canadian culture and an emerging Quebec nationalism.
Jeffery Vacante is an assistant professor in the Department of History at the University of Western Ontario. He is an intellectual and gender historian whose research focuses on modern Quebec. His work has appeared in some of Canada's leading journals, including Canadian Historical Review, Journal of Canadian Studies, Left History, and University of Toronto Quarterly.
Jeffery Vacante livre dans sa monographie une etude brillante sur l'articulation entre masculinite, nationalisme et modernite au Quebec.-- Camille Robert, Universite du Quebec a Montreal * Histoire Sociale *