Dr. Joan Tumblety
1. Physical culturists, masculine ideals, and social hygiene
2. The body of the citizen-soldier: physical education and the state
3. Male bodies between associative life and consumer spectacle: the mass press and popular sporting practice
4. The uses of sport and
physical culture in mass politics: mobilizing the 'new man', 1918-1934
5. Mass culture and mass politics, 1934-1940
6. The defeat of French manhood and the Vichy imagination
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Joan Tumblety teaches History at the University of Southampton. Her recent research has focused on the cultural and gender history of early to mid-twentieth century France, with a special interest in masculinity. Her current project examines the interface between scientific discourse and
popular culture. She recently served as co-editor of the interdisciplinary journal Modern & Contemporary France (2006-2011).
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