Preface. Acknowledgments. 1. The End of Masculinity? 2. Thinking (Through) Gender 3. Doing/Undoing Gender 4. Regarding Patriarchy 5. Troubling Patriarchy 6. (Em)Bodying Masculinity 7. Post-Apocalyptic Masculinities. Endnotes. References.
David Buchbinder currently holds a Personal Chair in Masculinities Studies at Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia. His research interests include gender and masculinities studies, and literary and cultural studies. He has published Masculinities and Identities and Performance Anxieties: Re-presenting Men.
"Studying Men and Masculinities [...] provides a highly accessible introduction to the developing pro-feminist field of critical masculinities studies, which is fortunately being increasingly welcome by Women's and Gender Studies programs at universities."
- Mostafa Abedinifard, University of Alberta, Comparative Literature Program, in The Journal of Men's Studies