Introduction : What is masculinity?Connell defines masculinity as “...a place in gender relations, the practicesthrough wh...
What is “Blackness”?
The Masked Nature of Black MasculinityPromotional image for the Dutch rendition of the play Mogadishu (2013)
Gangstaanimalistic, inherently criminaland sexually unrestrained
Gentlemanrace transcending, passive, non-assertive and non-aggressive
Slavery and Its Afterlife
The (Colonial) Economy of Desire
Advertising and marketing, as “unintentional”structures of (re)producing ideology and affectin a given society, offer tiny...
Dove
RemancipationFeMANism(e)Contemporary Representations of Socially Dominant Formsof Masculinity
Good GuyBad Guy
Good GuyBad Guy
Bad GuyGood Guy
The Transnational Constructionsof (Black) IdentitiesDiasporicMasculinities
Black masculinity
Black masculinity
Black masculinity
Black masculinity
Black masculinity
Black masculinity
Black masculinity
Black masculinity
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Black masculinity

  1. 1. Introduction : What is masculinity?Connell defines masculinity as “...a place in gender relations, the practicesthrough which men and women engage that place in gender, and the effectsof these practices on bodily experience, personality and culture”.
  2. 2. What is “Blackness”?
  3. 3. The Masked Nature of Black MasculinityPromotional image for the Dutch rendition of the play Mogadishu (2013)
  4. 4. Gangstaanimalistic, inherently criminaland sexually unrestrained
  5. 5. Gentlemanrace transcending, passive, non-assertive and non-aggressive
  6. 6. Slavery and Its Afterlife
  7. 7. The (Colonial) Economy of Desire
  8. 8. Advertising and marketing, as “unintentional”structures of (re)producing ideology and affectin a given society, offer tiny but unrestrictedwindows into the non-Black imaginary.
  9. 9. Dove
  10. 10. RemancipationFeMANism(e)Contemporary Representations of Socially Dominant Formsof Masculinity
  11. 11. Good GuyBad Guy
  12. 12. Good GuyBad Guy
  13. 13. Bad GuyGood Guy
  14. 14. The Transnational Constructionsof (Black) IdentitiesDiasporicMasculinities

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