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Publications:
Enabling Men in Literature: Teaching Male-Positive Masculinities in a College English Class

This paper examines the process of planning and teaching a college-level, male-positive Men in Literature course.

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Boys and Men Reading Shakespeare’s 1 Henry 4: Using Service-Learning Strategies to Accommodate Male Learners and to Disseminate Male-Positive Literacy

Service-learning strategies that promote active, participatory learning; that encourage respect for different communities; can productively engage male learners with Shakespeare's 1 Henry 4 and educators with fostering male-positive literacy.

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Graphically Appealing to Men: Achieving Male-positive Literacy in a College-level Literature Course

Teaching graphic novels of literary texts, as part of a broader male-positive approach to literacy, can successfully encourage men to succeed at analytic and critical literacy.

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From Male Pathological to Male Positive: The Engendering of a Post-Heteronormative Gaze in Francis Bacon’s and David Hockney’s Depictions of Men in the 1960s

In their works produced in the 1960s, Francis Bacon and David Hockney represented men in ways that challenged the conventional heteronormative gaze.

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Orientalism and David Hockney’s Cavafy Etchings: Exploring a Male-positive Imaginative Geography

David Hockney’s Cavafy Etchings offer more than a neocolonial authorization of the poet’s Mediterranean Orient: they subvert generic Western depictions of their locale and create a male-positive imaginative geography

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