2020/01/24

02/03:アメリカ研究特別シンポジウム “American Manhood: Around the Turn into the Twentieth Century” 開催のお知らせ@三⽥キャンパス 北館第 2会議室 15:00–17:00

2月 3日(月)に、慶應義塾大学三田キャンパスにて、Kathleen Dalton先生 (Phillips Academy, Boston University) と E. Anthony Rotundo 先生 (Phillips Academy) をゲスト講演者にお迎えしてアメリカ研究特別シンポジウム “American Manhood: Around the Turn into the Twentieth Century” が開催されます!パネリストとして大学院在籍の細野香里さん、コメンテイターとして巽先生、司会として宇沢美子先生がご登壇されます。ご関心のある方は、ふるってご来聴ください!

A Special Symposium in American Studies
American Manhood:
Around the Turn into the Twentieth Century

日時:2020年 23日(月)15:00–17:00
会場:慶應義塾⼤学三⽥キャンパス 北館第 2会議室(access / campus
主催:慶應義塾大学アメリカ学会
共催:慶應義塾大学藝文学会
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Panelists:
Kathleen Dalton (Phillips Academy, Boston University, US Social and Cultural History)
E. Anthony Rotundo (Phillips Academy, US Social and Cultural History)
Kaori Hosono (Keio University, Ph.D. candidate, American Literature)
Commentator: Takayuki Tatsumi (Keio University)
Moderator: Yoshiko Uzawa (Keio University)


【ゲスト講演者紹介】※フライヤーより
  • Historian Kathleen Dalton wrote Theodore Roosevelt: A Strenuous Life (Alfred A. Knopf, 2002), a biography, and a book about Phillips Academy, the oldest boys’ boarding school in the U.S. Educated at Mills College and Johns Hopkins University, she has taught at Phillips Academy and Boston University, and has received a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship and a research fellowship at the Charles Warren Center at Harvard University. She is working on a book about The Dinner Club, a group that formed a strong political friendship with Eleanor and Franklin Roosevelt during World War I. Her topic for a talk: President Theodore Roosevelt’s foreign policy views were influenced by his views about manhood. He respected countries with strong defense capabilities and a strong central nation-state and looked down on countries in decline. Perhaps even more unusual for an American president, he had been influenced by a scholar of Japan, a Buddhist, and art collector named William Sturgis Bigelow who taught him about the samurai tradition in Japan.
  • E. Anthony Rotundo is a historian of U.S. social and cultural history, with a specialization in gender. He helped to found the historical study of men and masculinity and wrote the pathbreaking study, American Manhood: Transformations in Masculinity from the Revolution to the Modern Era (Basic Books, 1993). He has written popular articles on the subject for publications such as Washington Post Book World and The Boston Globe, in addition to many scholarly articles on the history of the family, the life cycle, male friendship, and popular culture. He is currently working on a book about the relationship between white masculinity and the rise of conservatism in the late 20th century U.S. His topic for a talk: The definition of manhood in America changed in fateful ways around the turn of the 20th century. One fundamental source of change was a rethinking of the relationship between manhood and boyhood. As men embraced qualities of boyhood, they opened possibilities and created new difficulties for themselves and others, in realms from politics to popular culture.

【関連書籍】
Kathleen Dalton, Theodore Roosevelt: A Strenuous Life (Alfred A. Knopf, 2002)
E. Anthony Rotundo, American Manhood: Transformations in Masculinity from the Revolution to the Modern Era (Basic Books, 1993)



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