Christopher E. Forth is the Dean’s Professor of Humanities and Professor of History at the University of Kansas. A specialist in the cultural history of gender, sexuality and the body, he is particularly interested in exploring embodiment, materiality, and the senses in historical context. His books include Zarathustra in Paris: The Nietzsche Vogue in France, 1891-1918 (2001), The Dreyfus Affair and the Crisis of French Manhood (2004) andMasculinity in the Modern West (2008), as well as several edited collections, most recently Honour, Violence and Emotions in History (2014) and Fat: Culture and Materiality (2014). Forth is completing a cultural history of fat in the West, and is planning a new book project entitled “Men’s Milk: A Cultural History of Semen.” Forth is also the editor-in-chief of the journal Cultural History and co-editor of the Routledge book series Studies for the International Society for Cultural History.
Personal site: http://kansas.academia.edu/ChristopherForth/
Cultural History journal: http://www.euppublishing.com/journal/cult