Part 1. Of pedagogy, -- Chapter1. ‘O Canada’ or ‘Freedom Road’? -- Chapter 2. A Pedagogy of Movement and Affect -- Part 2. Corporeality, -- Chapter 3. The Disability and Diagnosis Nexus -- Chapter 4. Intersex Men, Masculinities and ‘Disabled’ Penises -- Part 3. (Re)presentation, -- Chapter 5. More than Puddles -- Chapter 6. Media Representations of Disabled Veterans of the Kurdish Conflict -- Chapter 7. Formatting Disability in Contemporary Variety TV -- Part 4. and critical self-stylisation -- Chapter 8. Men, Chronic Illness and the Negotiation of Masculinity -- Chapter 9. Hearing (Dis)abled Masculinities in Australian Rules Football -- Chapter 10. Disidentification and Ingenuity in the Sex Lives of Disabled Men.
The ten empirical chapters in this edited collection contribute to an understanding of masculinities through the lens of disability, and disability through the lens of masculinities. An original and well-researched study, this book takes seriously the multiple points of intersection in the making of disabled masculinities, and will be of particularly interest to scholars of disability, gender and sexualities, cultural studies and pedagogy..