3 edition of Classical culture and modern masculinity found in the catalog.
Classical culture and modern masculinity
Includes bibliographic references and index.
|Series||Classical presences, Classical presences|
|LC Classifications||HQ13 .O77 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 301 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||301|
|LC Control Number||2011500198|
The Surprising Truth About Modern Masculinity. By reveal that modern masculinity is complex and can't be stereotyped. "the Second Shift" in her book Author: Julie Zeilinger. Since the middle of the eighteenth century, the classical world has been seen as foundational and exemplary to Western civilization. However, the Greeks never invaded and colonised western and northern Europe the way the Romans did, and, conversely, Greece was a difficult place to reach for modern travellers well into the nineteenth century.
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Since the middle of the eighteenth century, the classical world has been seen as foundational and exemplary to Western civilization. However, the Greeks never invaded and colonised western and northern Europe the way the Romans did, and, conversely, Greece Cited by: From the work of Johann Matthias Gesner, the very first professor of philology at Göttingen, arguably the first modern European university, to Benjamin Jowett's Oxford, to the Oscar Wilde trials in London, to Sigmund Freud's psychoanalytic studies in Vienna, the question about the relevance of ancient Greek desires for modern masculinity has been posed and explored.
Classical Presences. An invaluable exploration of early modern and modern receptions of ancient sexuality. Offers a stimulating account of German and British philhellenism in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, featuring both well-known figures, such as Wilde, Forster, and Freud.
Since the middle of the eighteenth century, the classical world has been seen as foundational and exemplary to Western civilization. However, the Greeks never invaded and colonised western and northern Europe the way the Romans did, and, conversely, Greece was a difficult place to reach for modern travellers well into the nineteenth century.
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Classical Culture and Modern Masculinity (H). While many of books on this list focus on American or Western masculinity, Manhood in the Making is a cross-cultural study of manliness.
Anthropologist David Gilmore analyzes the cultures of the world, especially tribal cultures, and finds universal notions of what manliness. Since the middle of the eighteenth century, the classical world has been seen as foundational and exemplary to Western civilization.
However, the Greeks never invaded and colonised western and northern Europe the way the Romans did, and, conversely, Greece was a difficult place to reach for modern travellers well into the nineteenth : Daniel Orrells.
But the books have much in common. Both privilege “ideals of manhood,” as Hinsch puts it (10), over lived experience and focus on elites to the exclusion of the vast majority of Chinese men.
Both titles employ the plural “masculinities” to emphasize the multiple and sometimes contradictory expressions of manhood found in Chinese Size: KB.
Such manic assertions of hyper-masculinity have recurred in modern history. They have also profoundly shaped politics and culture in Asia, Africa and Latin America.
Orrells, Daniel () Classical culture and modern masculinity. Classical presences. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN Research output. Masterson: Review of Daniel Orrells’ Classical Culture and Modern Masculinity. Classical culture and modern masculinity.
[Daniel Orrells] -- For nineteenth-century thinkers in Germany and Britain, who looked to Greece as the acme of past civilization, the Greeks' enjoyment of pederasty presented a problem. Traditionally media representations of men have always involved power and other characteristics commonly associated with males and masculinity.
In the past, media texts have generally constructed men to conform to specific ideals understood by society regarding masculinity and the idyllic male qualities. These principles in today’s society describe what is known as dominant masculinity. Classical culture and modern masculinity book A: Darran Anderson is a writer and critic whose latest book, Inventory: A River, a City, a Family, is a memoir of growing up in Northern Ireland during the Troubles (Vintage, £).
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Masculinity is an area of sociology that has, since the mids, drawn on many theories,including structural functionalism, Marxism, psychoanalysis, critical structuralism, and more recently Author: Flourish Itulua-Abumere. José Aparicio’s Neoclassical painting, the cover illustration of Daniel Orrells’s Classical Culture and Modern Masculinity, neatly encapsulates the book’s subject.
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The novel suggests that modern society emasculates men by. This book is the first comprehensive analysis of Chinese masculinity.
Kam Louie uses the concepts of wen (cultural attainment) and wu (martial valour) to explain attitudes to masculinity.
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January Author: Traci Ardren. Toxic Masculinity Fostered by Misreadings of the Classics. Homer’s Iliad has been used by some men to hail the virtues of traditional masculinity in the 21st century.
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For the Viennese psychoanalyst, the history of a man's sexuality was a story of Greek myth, following the paths of Narcissus and Oedipus.
Every male individual lived through these stories, played out in his head. Freud used Leonardo da Vinci as an example for every little boy, the Renaissance man who negotiated Author: Daniel Orrells.
The "masculinity crisis" is perpetuated in Christian self-help books like John Eldredge's Wild At Heart, which ascribes glory to the man who conquers mountains, charges hills, and takes no. Modern masculinity is a big topic, and this is a short book.
It has been designed as a guide, not a comprehensive account. It provides handy references to a wide range of recent posts, articles, and books about men and feminism.
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It's a natural consequence of the job, to be honest; a lot of dating is caught up in the ideas of traditional gender roles, of the man as aggressor and female as receiver, of male and female sexual roles and attitudes and so on. But at the same time, much of the obsession with masculinity is the root cause of so.
‘Toxic masculinity’ has its roots in Ancient Greece, and some of today’s most damaging myths around sexual norms can be traced back to early literature from the time, as Professor Mary Beard discusses in her latest book Women & power: a manifesto.
Euripides Hippolytus has toxic masculinity on every page, Greek myths are populated by rapists who are monstrous or otherworldly while Medusa. Presenting a survey of the social, cultural and theoretical issues which surround and inform our understanding of masculinity, this book explores the interface between traditional sociological approaches and the work covered by more post-structural, media-driven or cultural perspectives/5(12).
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Classical culture and modern masculinity. By Daniel Orrells. Abstract. For nineteenth-century thinkers in Germany and Britain, who looked to Greece as the acme of past civilization, the Greeks' enjoyment of pederasty presented a problem.
Daniel Orrells's study explores the Author: Daniel Orrells. An understanding of culture and identity is essential for new sociologists.
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In Are Men Animals?How Modern Masculinity Sells Men Short (Basic Books, ), Matthew Gutmann examines how cultural expectations viewing men as violent and sex driven become a self-fulfilling prophecy. Dubious interpretations of the scientific study of the effects of testosterone, comparisons to the animal kingdom and the persistence of sex segregation reinforce ideas about what is natural.
Masculinity (also called manhood or manliness) is a set of attributes, behaviors, and roles associated with boys and gh masculinity is socially constructed, some research indicates that some behaviors considered masculine are biologically influenced.
To what extent masculinity is biologically or socially influenced is subject to debate. The Man Crisis, Or The Modern Decline Of Traditional Masculinity: The Two-Way It seems news is bad for modern man. Scientist say we're. Masculinity in Ancient Greece Men are always worrying about masculinity, how to be a man and appear superior.
The men of ancient Greece were no different; their lives were focused on war and survival. The Iliad follows the struggles of Achilles as he battles with fate and mortality as well as what it means to be a man.History of Modern Dance Modern dance.
born from the rebellion of the rigidnesss of classical concert dance. brought about defense of the male regard on adult females. Martha Graham. a outstanding figure in modern dance. “built her celebrated technique and early repertory techniques on the female body” (Bannerman.
p. 32). From Ancient Myths to Modern Day, Women and the Struggle for Power Western culture has had thousands of years of practice,” Beard writes. “Women and Power” is a pocket-size book .