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Department
History
Course
HIS102Y1
Professor
Elizabeth Ferguson
Semester
Winter

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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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