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Author Friend, Craig Thompson
Title Southern Masculinity : Perspectives on Manhood in the South since Reconstruction
Imprint Athens : University of Georgia Press, 2009
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Note Intro -- Contents -- From Southern Manhood to Southern Masculinities: An Introduction -- Reconstructing Men in Savannah, Georgia, 1865 -1876 -- The Price of Eternal Honor: Independent White Christian Manhood in the Late Nineteenth-Century South -- Violent Masculinity: Learning Ritual and Performance in Southern Lynchings -- In Defense of "This Great Family Government and Estate": Cherokee Masculinity and the Opposition to Allotment -- William Raoul's Alternative Honor: Socialism and Masculinity in the New South -- Privilege's Mausoleum: The Ruination of White Southern Manhood in The Sound and the Fury -- The Cosmopolitanism of William Alexander Percy -- A Subversive Savior: Manhood and African American Images of Christ in the Early Twentieth-Century South -- Memory and Masculinity: Arthur Ashe in Word, Deed, and Monument -- Southern Sodomy -- or, What the Coppers Saw -- The Womanless Wedding: Masculinity, Cross-Dressing, and Gender Inversions in the Modern South -- A New Kind of Patriarchy: Inerrancy and Masculinity in the Southern Baptist Convention, 1979-2000 -- Contributors
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Friend, Craig Thompson Southern Masculinity : Perspectives on Manhood in the South since Reconstruction Athens : University of Georgia Press,c2009 9780820329505
Subject Masculinity -- Southern States.;Men -- Southern States -- Social conditions
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Alt Author Barbee, Matthew Mace
Blankenship, Steve
Blum, Edward J
Breu, Christopher
Creech, Joseph
Dowland, Seth
Durocher, Kris
Friend, Craig Thompson
Howard, John
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