Introduction: Masculinity and the Third Reich

@article{Khne2018IntroductionMA,
  title={Introduction: Masculinity and the Third Reich},
  author={Thomas K{\"u}hne},
  journal={Central European History},
  year={2018},
  volume={51},
  pages={354 - 366}
}
IF this introduction to a special issue of Central European History (CEH) or any other collection of articles on Third Reich masculinity had been published twenty or twentyfive years ago, it would have begun by bemoaning the neglect of men and masculinity in gender history. Such an article would have lamented the fact that the dominant stream of gender studies proceeds “as if gender applied only to women,” as the sociologist Michael Kimmel, one of the pioneers of the established field of Men’s… Expand
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