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Christopher Pittard

on foreign criminals (inevitably named the Shadow Band) being defeated by detectives with a coherent sense of Britishness, and indeed the question of nationalism and identity runs throughout Andrew’s text. Yet Keen’s adventures continually rely on the

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Ambivalent Sexualities in a Transnational Context

Romanian and Bulgarian Migrant Male Sex Workers in Berlin

Victor Trofimov

Importance of Sexuality for Research on Ethnicity and Nationalism .” Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism 17 ( 1 ): 44 – 56 . doi: 10.1111/sena.12224 . 10.1111/sena.12224 Trofimov , Victor . 2019 . “ ‘Stop It, F*ggot!’ Producing East European

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Boys, Inclusive Masculinities and Injury

Some Research Perspectives

Adam White and Stefan Robinson

? Rugby, Afrikaner Nationalism and Masculinity in South Africa, c. 1900–70 .” The International Journal of the History of Sport 11 : 408 – 430 . 10.1080/09523369408713871 Hearn , Jeff . 2004 . “ From Hegemonic Masculinity to the Hegemony of Men

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The Concept of Sentimental Boyhood

The Emotional Education of Boys in Mexico during the Early Porfiriato, 1876–1884

Carlos Zúñiga Nieto

. 2015 . Seen and Heard in Mexico: Children and Revolutionary Cultural Nationalism . Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press . 10.2307/j.ctt1d9nkbf Allen , Ann Taylor . 1986 . “ Gardens of Children, Gardens of God: Kindergartens and Day-Care Centers

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A Social Negotiation of Hope

Male West African Youth, ‘Waithood’ and the Pursuit of Social Becoming through Football

Christian Ungruhe and James Esson

.” International Development Planning Review 35 ( 2 ): 91 – 102 . 10.3828/idpr.2013.7 Hage , Ghassan . 2003 . Against Paranoid Nationalism: Searching For Hope in a Shrinking Society . Annandale, Australia : Pluto Press . Hansen , Karen T . 2005

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Lieke Hettinga and Terrance Wooten

experience embodiment as racial gender terror. In doing so, Chen insists that attentiveness to race, nationalism, imperialism, genocide, and colonialism is fundamentally necessary for understanding transgender culture and social identities. Chen thus pushes

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Jane M. Kubiesa, Looi van Kessel, Frank Jacob, Robert Wood, and Paul Gordon Kramer

see it as one part in a longer change-over-time study that will contribute to American history more fully. Although the collection focuses on the United States, there are brief nods to trans-nationalism—Amsterdam and Sweden being mentioned in “Wet

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Andrew J. Webber

. Family Archives “You mustn’t forget who you are.” (The mother’s parting injunction to Lore) If Heimat and Märchen are interdependent resources for the ideology of German nationalism and the sense of exclusive identification and belonging