SOCI 010J. War, Sport, and the Construction of Masculine Identity

The course will concentrate on the themes of sport and war and the historical construction of male identity. Our culturally endorsed ideals of manhood are related to tests of skill and physical exertion. The influence of the sport/warrior ethic on modern sensibilities will take us to 19th-century England and the U.S. as these nations grappled with the meaning of sport and war as markers of the adult male. Contemporary works that challenge stock impressions of masculinity will be read.
Social sciences.
1 credit.
Eligible for GSST, PEAC
Fall 2018. Mullan.
Fall 2019. Mullan.
Catalog chapter: Sociology and Anthropology  
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