Sexuality, Masculinity, and Embodiment: Closing the Circle


Using a wide-ranging interdisciplinary approach, this paper explores male embodiment as an integrated  and inextricable social, psychological, and physical phenomenon.

Jacqueline Murray is Professor of History at the University of Guelph. She has published on masculinity and male sexuality since the 1990s including on such topics as impotence, castration, and gender identity. She is the editor of The Oxford University Annotated Bibliography of Medieval Men and Masculinity.