Multiple Masculinities in U.S. Military Culture

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Ohio State University. Mershon Center for International Security Studies

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Jesse Crane-Seeber is a postdoctoral fellow in the Global Integration Field in the International Graduate School of Social Sciences at the University of Bremen in Bremen, Germany. His research focuses on social and political theories of agency, power, and conflict; epistemology, meaning-making, and empirical social science methodologies; the cultural politics of U.S. military deployments; gender and the U.S. military; and political economy of the U.S. military. Crane-Seeber is co-author with Betsy Crane of "The Four Boxes of Gendered Sexuality: Good Girl/Bad Girl Tough Guy/Sweet Guy," published in Sexual Lives: A Reader on the Theories and Realities of Human Sexuality (New York: McGraw-Hill, 2002). His most recent article, co-authored with Betsy Crane, "Contesting Essentialist Theories of Patriarchal Relations: Evolutionary Psychology and the Denial of History," is currently under review by the Journal of Men's Studies. Crane-Seeber has received numerous awards to conduct his research including the American University School of International Service Dissertation Research Fellowship, the school of International Service Ph.D. Studentship, and the Ithaca College President's Scholarship. He has also been recognized for academic service in the areas of teaching and research at American University and Ithaca College. Crane-Seeber received his M.A. and Ph.D. in International Relations from the School of International Service at American University. He received his B.A. with honors in Resisting Hegemony from Ithaca College.


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cultural politics, gender, U.S. military