Dennis Gouws, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of English. He serves on the executive board of New Male Studies: An International Journal, on the editorial board of The International Journal of Family Research and Policy, and on the advisory board of The Foundation for Male Studies. His recent publications include "Orientalism and David Hockney’s Cavafy Etchings: Exploring a Male-Positive Imaginative Geography” in The International Journal of the Arts in Society . (Vol. 6.6, 2012); “Boys and Men Reading Shakespeare’s 1 Henry 4: Using Service-Learning Strategies to Accommodate Male Learners and to Disseminate Male-Positive Literacy” in Academic Service-Learning across Disciplines: Models, Outcomes, and Assessment (2012); and “The New Victorian Gentleman in George Eliot’s Adam Bede” in New Male Studies: An International Journal. (Vol. 1.1, 2012).