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As Nature Made Him : The Boy Who Was Raised As a Girl
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In this authoritative and entertaining history of men in America, Kimmel demonstrates that manliness was originally an internal value, but by the 1890's, it had changed to masculinity, something that had to be constantly proven. Long after the temporary fancies of men's movements have passed, this definitive history will provoke, entertain and inform men and women alike.  A wide-ranging survey explores the changing, unsettled meaning of manhood from the mid-eighteenth century to the present, as expressed in advice manuals, magazines, film, the IQ test, and other cultural indicators...  

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www.theory.org:   Theory, Gender and Identity Resources

theory.org.uk is a website about the relationship between the mass media and people's identities, gender and everyday life. See resources for info, essays, reviews, links & more.

Site Includes:

bulletRole Models
bulletQueer Theory
bulletGender
bulletJudith Butler
bulletMedia Effects
bulletIdentity

 

Gender Studies Directory

From Gloria Orenstein who teaches Comparative Literature and Gender Studies at U.S.C. 

Site Includes:

bulletFeminist Theory
bulletRape
bulletArtists
bulletEcofeminism
bulletGoddess
bulletFeminist Groups
bulletMen's Movement
bulletMore Links

 

Gender / Agriculture Search Engine

From AGRALIN:  an acronym for 'Agricultural Bibliographic Information System of the Netherlands'. This system is maintained by the joint efforts of the Wageningen Agricultural University and the Dutch Ministry of Agriculture, Nature Conservation and Fisheries. 

 

Gender and Sustainable Rural Development

The complete Directory contains approximately 80 substantial entries. These entries are arranged alphabetically by title.   You may wish to use the 'Search' or 'Find' feature of your Web browser to locate particular key words. You may also click on the colour-coded ball at the top of an entry to take you to a subject list of similar items.

 

Women and Gender in the Ancient World:   Bibliography

This is the Diotima Website. 

Bibliographies include:

bulletBibliographies covering more than one ancient culture:
bulletIntroductions to the field
bulletEspecially theoretical perspectives
bulletThe Body
bulletVirginity
bulletAncient Medicine and Gynecology, Contraception and Abortion
bulletGreek sex, Roman sex, or multicultural sex
bulletProstitution
bulletRape (subdivided as Greek rape and Roman rape)
bulletMatriarchy
bulletThe Ancient Novel
bulletArchaeology of Gender, Feminist Archaeology, Women in Prehistory, Women in Archaeology (not yet converted to new format)
bulletEgypt and elsewhere in the Ancient Near East (not yet converted to new format)
bulletJudaism, Early Christianity, and Late Antiquity (not yet converted to new format)
bulletGnosticism
bulletGreco-Roman Rituals and Divinities
bulletHera
bulletDemeter, Thesmophoria, Persephone
bulletArtemis, Arkteia
bulletAphrodite
bulletAthena
bulletCeres
bulletBona Dea
bulletVestals
bulletIsis
bulletCybele
bulletMysteries
bulletMythology
bulletThe Bronze Age Aegean
bulletChildren and Childhood
bulletMasculinity
bulletSport and Athletics
bulletLaw
bulletSlavery
bulletWeddings and Marriage and Divorce
bulletWomen as Authors (Sappho, Corinna, Anyte, Erinna, Nossis, Sulpicia 1, Sulpicia 2)
bulletDeath (subdivided as Greek death and Roman death)
bulletWidows
bulletLate Antiquity
bulletGreece
bulletGreek Art (related keywords: nudity and gaze)
bulletHomer (Penelope and Helen)
bulletHesiod
bulletSemonides
bulletSappho
bulletAlcman
bulletPindar
bulletDrama, Attic tragedy, Attic comedy, and the audience
bulletAeschylus
bulletSophocles
bulletEuripides
bulletAristophanes
bulletMenander
bulletTheocritus
bulletThe Greek Historians (Herodotus, Thucydides, Xenophon, Plutarch)
bulletThe Greek Philosophers
bulletBarbarians
bulletMaenads and Satyrs
bulletAmazons and Centaurs
bulletThe Family and Daily Life
bulletThe Spartans
bulletThe Etruscans
bulletThe Romans (see also the common categories at the beginning of the index)
bulletRoman Costume
bulletRoman Sexuality
bulletWomen in Roman Art (related keywords: nudity and gaze)
bulletRoman Wall Painting
bulletHistorical Roman Women (in Livy, Sallust, and Tacitus)
bulletCleopatra, film and reality
bulletLaw, the Family, and Daily Life
bulletCatullus
bulletThe Two Sulpicias
bulletPropertius
bulletHorace
bulletVergil (Dido, Camilla, Lavinia)
bulletOvid
bulletSatire
bulletBibliographies compiled by other people and stored elsewhere

 

Queer Theory

There are extensive GLBT resources on this website.

 

Queertheory.com

Queer Theory addresses a diverse array of interests, academic and otherwise, integrating visual, audio and textual resources with the best online resources -- extending across many disciplines, including queer studies, gender studies, feminism, women's studies, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered and transsexual studies, etc.  

 

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