Men’s Studies Association: 18th Annual Meeting

August 4, 2006 – Ramapo College, Mahwah, New Jersey Nonexistent Knights: Men’s Situational Gender Practices in Campus Anti-Rape Organizing Michael Messina-Yauchzy, Ph.D., Keuka College, Keuka Park, NY ABSTRACT -Through both feminist organizing and media magnification,...

Men’s Studies Association: 17th Annual Meeting

August 4, 2005 – Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia Our “Living Black Manhood”: Malcolm X and Black Feminism: From Clarity to Accountability Ewuare Osayande, Co-founder, P.O.W.E.R., Facilitator, ONUS, Philadelphia, PA ABSTRACT – When the...

Men’s Studies Association: 16th Annual Meeting

2004 – San Francisco, CA The Possibility of Men as Peacemakers: Overcoming Men’s Fears Mike Whitty, Ph.D., University of Detroit Mercy, Detroit, MI ABSTRACT – Only when men can let go of fear will there be a real basis for world peace and personal healing....

Men’s Studies Association: 15th Annual Meeting

August 1, 2003 – University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI Are Men’s Support Groups Repackaged Patriarchy? Edward Barton, Michigan State University ABSTRACT – One of the criticisms of Robert Bly and the mythopoetic branch of the contemporar men’s movement is that...

Men’s Studies Association: 14th Annual Meeting

June 7, 2002 – Stony Point, NY Men Have a Long Way to Go…: The Crisis of Masculinity According to the Profeminist, Men’s Rights, and Mythopoetic Men’s Movements John Fox, University of Massachusetts-Amherst. ABSTRACT -Many scholars claim that there is a contemporary...

Men’s Studies Association: 13th Annual Meeting

July 20, 2001 – University of Denver, Denver, CO Gay Stepfathers: Self-Perception of Their Role Lisa Current, Colorado State University and Jerry Bigner, Ph.D., Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO ABSTRACT – The purpose of this phenomenological study is...