Masculinities in a Global Era ToC

Here’s the table of contents for Masculinities in a Global Era which (fingers crossed) seems to be passing into production at Springer without any trouble.

01: Introduction (Joseph Gelfer)

Part 1: Theoretical Models

02: New Directions in Gender Role Conflict Research (Cormac Ó Beaglaoich, Kiran M. Sarma, Todd G. Morrison)

03: Will the Real Joseph Gelfer Please Stand Up: Multiple Masculinities and the Self (Joseph Gelfer)

Part 2: Masculinity and Stability

04: Youthful Warrior Masculinities in Indonesia (Pam Nilan, Argyo Demartoto, Agung Wibowo)

05: Men of Honor: Examining Individual Differences in Masculine Honor Beliefs (Donald A. Saucier, Jessica L. McManus)

06: “Men Are Hard . . . Women Are Soft”: Muslim Men and the Construction of Masculine Identity (Asifa Siraj)

Part 3: Masculinity Under Negotiation

07: Making the Global Bhadralok?: Bengali Men and the Transnational Middle Class in India (Saayan Chattopadhyay)

08: Better Men?: Gendered Culturalized Citizenship in Male Emancipation Projects in the Netherlands (Iris van Huis)

09: Fluid Masculinities? Case Study of the Kingdom of Bahrain (Magdalena Karolak, Hala Guta, Neva Helena Alexander)

10: Masculinity in Ambiguity: Constructing Taiwanese Masculine Identities between Great Powers (Ying-Chao Kao, Herng-Dar Bih)

11: Historical Sediments of Competing Gender Models in Indigenous Guatemala (Brent E. Metz, Meghan Farley Webb)

Part 4: Sexuality

12: Hypospadias, the “Bathroom Panopticon” and Men’s Psychological and Social Urinary Practices (Stephen Craig Kerry)

13: Cannibals and Ghosts: Forms of Capital, Immobility and Dependence Among Former Javanese Sex Workers in South Bali (Indonesia) (Matteo Alcano)

14: Transgender Identity and Acceptance in a Global Era: The Muxes of Juchitán (Alfredo Mirande)