We are excited to let you know that the themed issue entitled ‘Masculinities in Africa beyond Crisis: Complexity, Fluidity, and Intersectionality’ has just been published in Gender, Place & Culture.
It entails the following articles:
Introductory article by Carole Ammann & Sandra Staudacher: Masculinities in Africa beyond crisis: complexity, fluidity, and intersectionality
Kristen E. McLean: ‘Post-crisis masculinities’ in Sierra Leone: revisiting masculinity theory
Katharina Gartner: Shiny shabomen. Young instrumental musicians in Accra, and performances of masculinities in popular music
Sherianne Kramer & Brett Bowman: The making of male victimhood in South African Female-perpetrated Sexual Abuse
Jasmine Shio & Eileen Moyer: Navigating norms of masculinity: Tactical gender performances among gay men in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
Susanne U. Schultz: ‘It’s not easy’. Everyday suffering, hard work and courage. Navigating masculinities post deportation in Mali
Linda Musariri & Eileen Moyer: A black man is a cornered man: migration, precarity and masculinities in Johannesburg
The whole themed issue can be accessed here.
We hope you enjoy reading it!
Carole Ammann (University of Amsterdam) & Sandra Staudacher (University of Basel)