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Article Katie Holmes (2021)
The 'Mallee-Made Man': Making Masculinity in the Mallee Lands of South Eastern Australia, 1890-1940. Environment and History (pp. 251-275). (/isis/citation/CBB873215377/) unapi

Article Traci Brynne Voyles (January 2021)
Toxic Masculinity: California’s Salton Sea and the Environmental Consequences of Manliness. Environmental History (pp. 127-141). (/isis/citation/CBB662657936/) unapi

Article Elly McCausland (2021)
From the Plant of Life to the Throat of Death: Freakish Flora and Masculine Forms in Fin de Siècle Lost World Novels. Victorian Literature and Culture (pp. 481-509). (/isis/citation/CBB380386690/) unapi

Article Agata Ignaciuk (2020)
No Man’s Land? Gendering Contraception in Family Planning Advice Literature in State-Socialist Poland (1950s–1980s). Social History of Medicine (pp. 1327-1349). (/isis/citation/CBB998240820/) unapi

Article Lydia Barnett (2020)
Showing and hiding: The flickering visibility of earth workers in the archives of earth science. History of Science (pp. 245-274). (/isis/citation/CBB475323393/) unapi

Article George N Njung (2020)
Amputated Men, Colonial Bureaucracy, and Masculinity in Post–World War I Colonial Nigeria. Journal of Social History (pp. 620-643). (/isis/citation/CBB270734374/) unapi

Article Julie Anderson (2020)
“Homes away from Home” and “Happy Prisoners”: Disabled Veterans, Space, and Masculinity in Britain, 1944–19501. Journal of Social History (pp. 698-715). (/isis/citation/CBB250376474/) unapi

Book Susanne Schmidt (2020)
Midlife Crisis: The Feminist Origins of a Chauvinist Cliché. (/isis/citation/CBB761025564/) unapi

Article Adam Luptak; John Paul Newman (2020)
Victory, Defeat, Gender, and Disability: Blind War Veterans in Interwar Czechoslovakia. Journal of Social History (pp. 604-619). (/isis/citation/CBB325265833/) unapi

Article Martina Salvante (2020)
The Wounded Male Body: Masculinity and Disability in Wartime and Post-WWI Italy. Journal of Social History (pp. 644-666). (/isis/citation/CBB154863836/) unapi

Article Rosanna Dent (2020)
Subject 01: Exemplary Indigenous Masculinity in Cold War Genetics. British Journal for the History of Science (pp. 311-332). (/isis/citation/CBB943653735/) unapi

Article Ellen Abrams (2020)
“Indebted to No One”: Grounding and Gendering the Self-Made Mathematician. Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences (pp. 217-247). (/isis/citation/CBB577423770/) unapi

Article Alexia Sofia Papazafeiropoulou (2020)
Eve at the Steering Wheel: Female Representations in Greek Motoring Magazines from the 1950s to the 1980s. Icon: Journal of the International Committee for the History of Technology (pp. 103-130). (/isis/citation/CBB490540013/) unapi

Article Aro Velmet (2020)
In the Image of PasteurCapitalism, Empire, and the Scientific Ethos in French Microbiology, 1890–1940. French Historical Studies (pp. 633-666). (/isis/citation/CBB476422197/) unapi

Book Rebecca M. Jordan-Young; Katrina Karkazis (2019)
Testosterone: An Unauthorized Biography. (/isis/citation/CBB120687996/) unapi

Article Kacey Beddoes (2019)
Guest Editorial – Men and Masculinities in Engineering: Volume 1. Engineering Studies (pp. 169-171). (/isis/citation/CBB762917876/) unapi

Article Lisa Wynne Smith (2019)
Remembering Dr Sloane: Masculinity and the Making of an Eighteenth-Century Physician. Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies (pp. 433-453). (/isis/citation/CBB420331198/) unapi

Article Stephen Secules (2019)
Making the Familiar Strange: An Ethnographic Scholarship of Integration Contextualizing Engineering Educational Culture as Masculine and Competitive. Engineering Studies (pp. 196-216). (/isis/citation/CBB166860909/) unapi

Article Peter K Andersson (December 2018)
The walking stick in the nineteenth-century city: Conflicting ideals of urban walking. The Journal of Transport History (pp. 275-291). (/isis/citation/CBB285043300/) unapi

Article Philip Olson; Christine Labuski (August 2018)
‘There’s always a [white] man in the loop’: The gendered and racialized politics of civilian drones. Social Studies of Science (pp. 540-563). (/isis/citation/CBB568832607/) unapi


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