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Richard HowsonAssociate Professor Richard Howson

B.Soc.Sc (Hons), University of New England, PhD UOW

Location:19:2017
Phone:02 4221 4926
Email: rhowson@uow.edu.au

Position

Asoociate Professor, Sociology
University of Wollongong 

Current Teaching

  • New Social Movements 
  • Power, Resistance and Society (Political Sociology)
  • Men and Masculinities
  • Social Policy

Research

Research Specialisation
Men and Masculinities - theory and practice
Social Theory - from Marxism to Postmarxism, hegemony and social capital
Political sociology - migration and settlement

Selected Publications

Searchable RIS publications from 2000 to date.

Monographs

  • Howson, R. (2017). A Sociology of Postmarxism. New York: Routledge, forthcoming.
  • Howson, R. (2006). Challenging Hegemonic Masculinity. London: Routledge.

Edited Volumes and Special Editions

  • Flood, M. and Howson, R. [eds] (2015). Engaging Men in Building Gender Equality. Cambridge Scholars: Newcastle Upon Tyne.
  • Donaldson M., Hibbins R. Howson, R. and Pease, B. [eds.] (2009). Migrant Men: Critical Studies of Masculinities and the Migration Experience. New York: Routledge.
  • Howson, R. and Smith, K. [eds] (2008). Hegemony: Studies in Consensus and Coercion. New York: Routledge.
  • Augoustinos, M., Beasley, C. & Howson, R.[eds.]. (2013). ‘Men Masculinities: New Directions in Australian Theory and Practice’ in Australian Feminist Studies. 28(75).

Book Chapters

  • Aboim, S., Hearn, J. and Howson, R. (2016). ‘Hegemonic Masculinity’ in Encylopaedia of Sociology 2nd Edition. Wiley Blackwell: Oxford.
  • Howson, R (2013). ‘Why Masculinity is Still an Important Category: [Trans]Migrant Men and the Migration Experience’ in Blagojević, M, Harrison, K and Hearn, J (eds.) Rethinking Transnational Men: Beyond, Between and Within Nations. Routledge: New York.
  • Howson, R. (2011). 'From Ethico-Political Hegemony to Post-Marxism', in M. Green [ed.], Rethinking Gramsci. Routledge: Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon. pp. 167-176.
  • Donaldson, M. and Howson, R., (2009). Men, Migration and Hegemonic Masculinity in Donaldson, M., Hibbins, R., Howson, R. and Pease, B. (eds.). Migrant Men: Critical Studies of Masculinities and the Migration Experience. Routledge: New York.
  • Howson, R., (2009). Theorising Hegemonic Masculinity: Contradiction, Hegemony and Dislocation in Donaldson, M., Hibbins, R., Howson, R. and Pease, B. (eds.) Migrant Men: Critical Studies of Masculinities and the Migration Experience. Routledge: New York.
  • Hearn, J., and Howson, R., (2009). Policy, Men and Transnationalism in Donaldson, M., Hibbins, R., Howson, R. and Pease, B. (eds.) Migrant Men: Critical Studies of Masculinities and the Migration Experience. Routledge: New York.
  • Nilan, P., Donaldson, M., and Howson, R., (2009). ‘Indonesian Islamic Masulinities in Australia’ in Donaldson, M., Hibbins, R., Howson, R. and Pease, B. (eds.) Migrant Men: Critical Studies of Masculinities and the Migration Experience. Routledge: New York.
  • Howson, R. (2008). ‘Hegemony in Pre-Prison Context’ in Howson, R. & Smith, K. [eds.] Hegemony: Studies in Consensus and Coercion. Routledge: New York.
  • Howson, R. & Smith, K. (2008). ‘'Hegemony and the Operation of Consensus and Coercion'’ in Howson, R. & Smith, K. [eds.] Hegemony: Studies in Consensus and Coercion. Routledge: New York.

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Howson, R. and Yecies, B. (2016). ‘The Role of Hegemonic Masculinity and Hollywood in the New Korea’ in Masculinities and Social Change, 5 (1), 52-69.
  • Howson, R. & Yecies, B. (2015). ‘Korean Cinema’s Female Writers–Directors and the “Hegemony of Men”’ in Gender, Equal Opportunities, Research, 16 (1), 14-22.
  • Howson, R. (2014). ‘Re-Thinking Aspiration and Hegemonic Masculinity in Transnational Context in Masculinities and Social Change, 3 (1), 18-35.
  • Yecies, B. & Howson, R. (2014). ‘The Korean “Cinema of Assimilation” and the Construction of Cultural Hegemony in the Final Years of Japanese Rule’ in The Asia-Pacific Journal, 11 (25), 1-11.
  • Howson, R., Beasley, C. & Augoustinos, M. (2013). ‘Men Masculinities: New Directions in Australian Theory and Practice in Australian Feminist Studies, 28 (75), 2-6.
  • Hawksley, C and Howson, R. (2011). ‘Tino Rangatiratanga and Mana Motuhake: Nation, State and Self-determination in Aotearoa New Zealand’ in AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples, 7(3), 246-257.
  • Howson, R. (2009) 'Deconstructing Hegemonic Masculinity: Contradiction, Hegemony and Dislocation' in Nordic Journal for Masculinity Studies (NORMA), 4(1), 6-24.
  • Howson, R. (2008). ‘Hegemonic Masculinity in the Theory of Hegemony’ in Men and Masculinities, 11(1), 109-113.
  • Nilan, P., Donaldson, M. and Howson, R. (2007). ‘Indonesian Muslim Masculinities in Australia’ in Asian Social Science. 3(9), 18-27.
  • Howson, R. (2007). ‘From Ethico-Political to Postmarxism’ in Re-Thinking Marxism. 19(2), 234-244.

Current Research Students

PhD/Masters
Joanne McQuilty
Kenton
 

Last reviewed: 23 March, 2017