Are you prepping to teach a new class or a Spring course? Do you want to incorporate a section about men & masculinities, but aren’t sure what you want to integrate for readings and activities?
This week Gender & Society is highlighting a teaching module about men and masculinities from our new Pedagogy Project. This module was co-authored by three members of the G&S Junior Scholar Advisory Board – Melissa Kinsella, Jihmmy Sanchez, and Yuchen Yang.
This lesson plan introduces a variety of ways to teach concepts introduced by Tristan Bridges, Raewyn Connell, and James Messerschmidt.
When these teaching materials are incorporated into the classroom, students will gain a deeper understanding of concepts such as hegemonic masculinity, hybrid masculinity and sexual aesthetics. This module includes articles published in Gender & Society as well additional readings, digital media, and activities for students in the classroom.
To see the lesson plan in this module, click here.
Melissa Kinsella is a PhD student in the Department of Sociology at Loyola University Chicago. Her research focuses on gender, masculinities, sexual violence, and sexual consent.
Jihmmy Sanchez is a third year PhD student at the University of Illinois at Chicago. His research interests center around the performance of masculinity. In particular, what role status plays in the construction and policing of masculine identity.
Yuchen Yang is a PhD Candidate in sociology at the University of Chicago. His research interests include gender and sexuality, men and masculinities, childhood studies, social theory, and East Asia.