Male Studies: First Annual Conference (New York City, October 2010)
Proposals for papers are being accepted on any aspect of male studies, including the deep biology of the male, anthropological perspectives on the experience of being male, psychoanalytic study of boys and older males, history of the male, literacy and boyhood, boys' and men's well-being, depiction of males in literature and the media, males in a changing economy, global perspectives on the experience of being male, themes in the sociology of being male, public policy and health care explicitly devoted to boys and older males, the male experience in higher education.
Papers are welcomed from non-Anglophone countries.
Papers are welcomed from Independent Scholars.
This is not a gender studies conference. It is not a men's studies conference in the generally accepted sense.