Men and Masculinities: Politics, Policy, Praxis
Örebro University, Sweden
Critical Studies on Men and Masculinities (CSMM), as well as policy activism with a focus on men on masculinities, have developed significantly over the past 30 or so years. The emphasis on feminist questions of power and inequality in relation to men’s behavior and formations of masculinity/masculinities has impacted on research and policy in different fields, ranging from international relations and war, to culture, sport, violence, crime and suicide.
The event will focus broadly on men and masculinities in relation to global systems of gender power. We welcome abstracts about men and masculinities on the below themes. These include (but are not limited to): • Social policy and social politics • Politics of technology • Theorising politics and praxis • Violence • Men and masculinities in academia • Activism • The politics of sport and embodiment • Culture and cultural politics • International and nationalist politics • Trans* and intersex • Family and personal life • Men’s health • History and social change • Children and young people • Geographies of masculinities • Climate justice
Abstract submissions (written in English) no longer than 350 words, including references, should be sent to both email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for abstract submissions is 30th November 2016.