As the study of gender illuminated menas lives as much as womenas?

The subject is called Sources, Methods and Perspectives in World History. It is important to use these sources:

* Alice Kessler-Harris, a?What is Gender History Now?a in David Cannadine (ed), What is History Now? (Palgrave, 2002)
* Joan Scott, a?Gender: a useful category of Historical Analysisa, American historical review 91 (1986)
G. Bock, a?Womenas History and gender history: aspects of an international debatea, Gender and History, 1 (1989)
*J. Tosh, a?What should historians do with masculinity? Reflections on nineteenth-century Britaina, History Workshop Journal, 38 (1994)
*Sheila Rowbotham, Hidden From History (1977)
M. Poovey, Uneven Developments: the Ideological Work of Gender in mid-Victorian England (Chicago 1988), Ch. 1.
J. Butler, Gender Trouble (New York and London, 1991)
T. Laqueur, Making Sex: Body and Gender from the Greeks to Freud (1990)
J. Tosh, Manliness and Masculinities in Nineteenth-Century Britain: Essays on Gender, Family and Empire (2005)
C.A. Lees (ed.), Medieval masculinities: Regarding Men in the Middle Ages (2002)
L.Roper, Holy Household: Women and Morals in Reformation Augsburg (1989)