Critically assesses the experiences of men in the Holocaust.
Reconsiders mostly German narratives from around 1800 to recover echoes of a queer messianic that still resonate today.
Explores the challenges faculty fathers face in navigating the demands of work and family.
Explores how a younger and more sensitive form of masculinity emerged in the United States after World War II.
Brings the insights of Integral Theory to the consideration of sex, gender, and sexuality.
Recovers Walt Whitman as a self-conscious religious figure with an ethic based in male comradeship, one at odds with the temper of his times.