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HIS102Y1
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Elizabeth Ferguson

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HIS354
January 10th
Masculinities in Early Modern Europe
masculinities versus masculinity
created, evolved band acted in relation to other masculinities
competing expressions of masculinities
lived and imagined principles
created and evolved in relation to femininity as well
these are real and imagined principles, may be internalized or idealized
Masculinity and Power
relational- between men and women
within hierarchies of men
must be legitimized, is socially contested and can be unstable
might take place within religious context as well
The Domestic Sphere
a critical sphere for defining masculinity
regulation of the household
polite manhood and civility
single men and bachelorhood
Sexualities
male sexuality as a source for legitimizing male authority
denunciation of homosexuality
sexual and reproductive capacity
male sexuality as heterosexuality as the normative governance of man
seems ok to engage in homosexual relations as young boys before becoming
men, seen as part of a cycle
The Role of Women
women were vital for the establishment of male power (in its many
manifestations)
women could also be responsible for supporting and developing images and
ideals of governing men
governing man in reference to dominant men, scholarship predominantly focused
on these type of men, relationship between men women and power, and
hegemonic men

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HIS354 January 10th Masculinities in Early Modern Europe • masculinities versus masculinity • created, evolved band acted in relation to other masculinities • competing expressions of masculinities • lived and imagined principles • created and evolved in relation to femininity as well • these are real and imagined principles, may be internalized or idealized Masculinity and Power • relational- between men and women • within hierarchies of men • must be legitimized, is socially contested and can be unstable • might take place within religious context as well The Domestic Sphere ▪ a critical sphere for defining masculinity ▪ regulation of the household ▪ polite manhood and civility ▪ s
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