Global Masculinities -- a new series from Zed Books

Kimmel, Michael S.
January 2006
Islamic Masculinities;2006, preceding p1
Book Chapter
The article profiles Michael S. Kimmel, an American educator who studies gender issues. His book "Manhood in America: a Cultural History," was published in 1996 and has appeared in several magazines, newspapers and scholarly journals. It mentions that his teaching examines men's lives from a pro-feminist perspective. He is also a national spokesperson for the National Organization for Men Against Sexism (NOMAS).


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