Men's Business: Masculinities Reflected
Vol 16 no 1, 1996
Guest edited by Noel Sanders and Kurt Brereton, this issue examines the male image in art, the gay scene, fathers and sons, men in their sheds and many other topics germane to gender, sexuality and identity. Exhibition and book reviews included as well.
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Observing Father's Day in a Good WeekendAuthor: Mr John Tebbutt, feature
Analysis of maleness from a semiotic approach in the context of the lifestyle magazine 'Good Weekend' published as a supplement to both The Age in Melbourne and The Sydney Morning Herald.
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Articles in this issue
- Editorial: Masculinities Reflected
- Feature: Art and Masculinity after Auschwitz after Bosnia: The work of Dennis Del Favero, 1995
- Feature: Blokes and Sheds
- Feature: Demystifying Masculinity: The Photography of Krystyna Petryk
- Feature: Exquisite Corpses
- Feature: Fathers and/or Sons
- Feature: Figures of Elongation
- Feature: I've Written a Letter to Daddy
- Feature: Image Bank: Works by Various Artists
- Feature: Men
- Feature: Men and Mettle: Recent Portraits by Rox De Luca
- Feature: Men Without Toilets
- Feature: Observing Father's Day in a Good Weekend
- Feature: Public Objects and Private Parts in Harry Hummerston's Recent Assemblages
- Feature: Saviour and Sportsman
- Feature: Soap: A Letter to Sam Schoenbaum on Not Writing an Essay on a Show Called Phallus and its Funtions
- Feature: Sorely Tried Men: The Male Body in World War Two Australia
- Feature: Symbolic Identities: Masculinity and the Motor Cycle
- Feature: The Back Yard Shed
- Feature: They Are Not Photographs: Natalie Lowrie
- Feature: Unwanted Shadow Man
- Review: Distilling Poetry
- Review: Everchanging Vindication
- Review: Light Works
- Review: Like a Chant
- Review: Obsession
- Review: Perverse Desire?
- Review: The Many Tongues of Textiles
- Review: The Virtual in Hand
- Review: When You Get Behind Closed Doors