- Title Pages
- Notes on the Contributors
- Introduction: Interrogating Men and Masculinities in Scottish History
1‘Be Wise in Thy Governing’: Managing Emotion and Controlling Masculinity in Early Modern Scottish Poetry
2Reformed Masculinity: Ministers, Fathers and Male Heads of Households, 1560–1660
3The Importance and Impossibility of Manhood: Polite and Libertine Masculinities in the Urban Eighteenth Century
4The Taming of Highland Masculinity: Interpersonal Violence and Shifting Codes of Manhood, c. 1760–1840
5Making a Manly Impression: The Image of Kingship on Scottish Royal Seals of the High Middle Ages
6Contrasting Kingly and Knightly Masculinities in Barbour’s Bruce
7Negotiating Independence: Manliness and Begging Letters in Late Eighteenth- and Early Nineteenth-Century Scotland
8A Wartime Family Romance: Narratives of Masculinity and Intimacy during World War Two
9Social Control and Masculinity in Early Modern Scotland: Expectations and Behaviour in a Lowland Parish
10A ‘Polite and Commercial People’? Masculinity and Economic Violence in Scotland, 1700–60
11Music Hall, ‘Mashers’ and the ‘Unco Guid’: Competing Masculinities in Victorian Glasgow
12‘That Class of Men’: Effeminacy, Sodomy and Failed Masculinities in Inter- and Post-War Scotland
13Speaking to the ‘Hard Men’: Masculinities, Violence and Youth Gangs in Glasgow, c. 1965–75
- Nine Centuries of Man
- Lynn Abrams, Elizabeth Ewan
- Edinburgh University Press
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