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The Annual Conference of the Irish Association for American Studies

Seeking Participants for Panel on Masculinity and Politics, OAH 2019

I am putting together a panel on masculinity and politics for the 2019 OAH. My work is on anti-matriarchalism and the origins of the Men's Rights Movement, and I'm looking for fellow panelists whose research addresses the broad theme of the role of changing ideas about manhood, masculinity, and/or male sexuality in electoral and legislative politics. The conference theme is "The Work of Freedom," and so a loose theme for this panel might be gendered definitions of liberty and the resulting political behavior. The format will be either a traditional paper session or a panel discussion.

SHEAR Panel on Masculinity and Religion

Dear Colleagues,

I am seeking additional participants for a potential SHEAR panel on masculinity and religon. My research focuses on changing depictions of manhood in the published biographies and memoirs of foreign missionaries throughout the first half of the nineteenth century. If you are interested in discussing issues of manhood, religious movements, social reform, and/or print culture, please contact me asap at ashley.moreshead@ucf.edu.

Thank you!

Ashley E. Moreshead, Ph.D.

University of Central Florida

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