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Masculinities: inter-generational, interdisciplinary and international dialogues

Convenors:
Ross Wignall (Oxford Brookes University)
Katie McQuaid (University of Leeds)
James Esson (Loughborough University)
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Methodology
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Short abstract:

This session calls for papers from scholars conducting research on masculinities. The session will provide a space to critically compare the conceptual, methodological, empirical and theoretical overlaps and disjunctures arising in this scholarship.

Long abstract:

This session calls for papers from scholars conducting research on masculinities. The session will provide a space to critically compare the conceptual, methodological, empirical and theoretical overlaps and disjunctures arising in this scholarship. Masculinities are inherently relational, and we welcome papers that examine how masculinities are operationalized both spatially and temporally, as well as in and through interactions with other gendered people and groups. We are also keen to receive papers offering insights on the mobility of masculinities, e.g. their circulation ideologically or through transnational migration processes. Furthermore, we also encourage contributions that apply an interdisciplinary approach to the study of masculinities, particularly those engaging with recent conceptual and theoretical innovations in Anthropology and Geography such as, but not limited to: affect; hope; hustling; love; social infrastructure; social navigation; the new mobilities paradigm; time pass; and waithood. We hope that the dialogues generated through this session can lead to more concerted cooperation between scholars working on masculinities in different regional contexts. Through doing so, we anticipate fresh insights will emerge capable of extending understandings of how interrelated global processes e.g. empire, patriarchy, racism, neoliberal-capitalism are impacting on and being perpetuated by masculinities.

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