Book details

Publication date: May 2021
Features: Foreword, 5 B&W photographs, references
Keywords: hypermasculinity; men’s studies; sexuality; virility; white supremacy; whiteness; homophobia; queerphobia; homoerotic; slavery; patriarchy; feminism; human rights; dancehall; romance tourism; sexual tourism; Black Phallic Fantastic; krip-hop
Subject(s): SOCIAL SCIENCE / Black Studies (Global), SOCIAL SCIENCE / Sociology / Social Theory, SOCIAL SCIENCE / Gender Studies, Social Sciences, Gender Studies, hypermasculinity; men’s studies; sexuality; virility; white supremacy; whiteness; homophobia; queerphobia; homoerotic; slavery; patriarchy; feminism; human rights; dancehall; romance tourism; sexual tourism; Black Phallic Fantastic; krip-hop, Racism and racial discrimination, Gender studies: men & boys, Sex & sexuality, social aspects, Social & political philosophy, Black Studies / Sociology / Gender
Publisher(s): The University of Alberta Press

Tamari Kitossa. Tamari Kitossa is Associate Professor of Sociology at Brock University. He studies the convergences of race, racism, and criminalization. He is a contributor to and co-editor of African Canadian Leadership.

Tommy J. Curry. Tommy J. Curry is Professor in the Philosophy Department at the University of Edinburgh.

Katerina Deliovsky.

Delroy Hall.

Dennis O. Howard.

Kemar McIntosh.

Leroy F. Moore Jr..

Elishma Noel.

Watufani M. Poe.

Satwinder Rehal.

John G. Russell.

Mohan Siddi.

ISBNs: 9781772125436 978-1-77212-543-6 Title: appealing because he is appalling