The bibliography provides information on writings dealing with the history of rape, including sexual child abuse, sexual harassment, sexual molestation, child prostitution, forced prostitution, sexual slavery, sexual(ized) violence. The blog informs about calls for papers, forthcoming events and new literature in this field.

April 7, 2018

BIB: Author Index: New Entries

[Info] Allar, Kimberly. »Setting the picture straight: The ordinary women of Nazi Germany and Rwanda who participated in genocide.« Aftermath: Gendocide, Memory and History. Edited by Karen Auerbach. Clayton 2015: 21-47.

[Info] Altink, Henrice. »Respectability on Trial: Notions of Womanhood in Two Jamaican Trials in the Interwar Years.« Society For Caribbean Studies Annual Conference Papers 4 (2003).

[Info] Ashton, Bridget E. “A Delirious Welcome to Anyone in Uniform”: The GI Experience in Paris, July – September 1944. Student Research Paper, Gettysburg College, 2017.

[Info] Batt, Catherine. »Malory and Rape.« Sir Thomas Malory: Le Morte Darthur. Edited by Stephen H.A. Shepherd. New York 2003: 797-814.

[Info] Beckman, Marlene D. »The White Slave Traffic Act: The Historical Impact of a Criminal Law Policy on Women.« Georgetown Law Journal 72 (1984): 1111-1142.

[Info] Blyth, Caroline, et al., eds. Rape Culture, Gender Violence, and Religion: Biblical Perspectives. Cham 2018.

[Info] Bovaird-Abbo, Kristin. »Is Geoffrey Chaucer’s Tale of Sir Thopas a Rape Narrative? Reading Thopas in light of the 1382 Statutes of Rape.« Quidditas 35 (2014): 7-28.

[Info] Braaf, Rochelle. Sexual violence against ethnic minorities during the Khmer Rouge regime. Phnom Penh 2014.

[Info] Braaf, Rochelle. Sexual violence against ethnic minorities during the Khmer Rouge regime (Khmer version). Phnom Penh 2014.

[Info] Bridger, Emily J. South Africa’s Female Comrades: Gender, Identity, and Student Resistance to Apartheid in Soweto, 1984-1994. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Exeter, 2016.

[Info] Bridger, Emily. »Soweto’s Female Comrades: Gender, Youth, and Violence in South Africa’s Township Uprisings, 1984-1990.« Journal of Southern African Studies 44 (2018).

[Info] Brown, Adam, et al. »Representing rape in Holocaust film: Exhibiting the eroticised body for the camera’s gaze.« Aftermath: Gendocide, Memory and History. Edited by Karen Auerbach. Clayton 2015: 169-184.

[Info] Bühler, Jill. Vor dem Lustmord: Sexualisierte Gewalt in Literatur und Forensik um 1800. Wiesbaden 2018.

[Info] de Langis, Theresa, et al. "Like Ghost Changes Body": A Study on the Impact of Forced Marriage under the Khmer Rouge Regime. Phnom Penh 2014.

[Info] de Langis, Theresa. »“This Is Now the Most Important Trial in the World”: A New Reading of Code #6, The Rule Against Immoral Offenses Under the Khmer Rouge Regime.« Cambodia Law and Policy Journal No. 3 (2014): 61-78.

[Info] DiPlacidi, Jenny. Gothic incest: Gender, Sexuality and Transgression. Manchester 2018.

[Info] Donovan, Courtney, et al. »Graphic Narratives, Trauma and Social Justice.« Studies in Social Justice 11 (2017): 221-237.

[Info] Ekholm, Jennifer. Excitable Boys: Male Dominance and Female Sexuality in Aphra Behn's The Rover and Thomas Middleton's A Chaste Maid in Cheapside. B.A. Thesis, Scripps College, 2018.

[Info] Frizzell, Robert W. »An Instance of the Rape of German Women in Civil War Missouri.« Yearbook of German-American Studies 48 (2013): 25-31.

[Info] Jensen, Annika. »Finally Speaking Up: Sexual Assault in the Civil War Era.« Gettysburg Compiler (October 5, 2015).

[Info] Moore, R.I. »Ranulf Flambard and Christina of Markyate.« Christina of Markyate: A twelfth-century holy woman. Edited by Samuel Fanous et al. London 2005: 138-142.

[Info] Pelkonen, Saija. Adaptation as a Methodical Approach: A Comparative Study of the Novel Outlander and the TV Series. Master's Thesis, University of Oulu, 2017.

[Info] Pető, Andrea. »Silencing and Unsilencing Sexual Violence in Hungary.« Continued Violence and Troublesome Pasts: Post-war Europe between the Victors after the Second World War. Edited by Ville Kivimäki et al. Helsinki 2017: 132-144.

[Info] Richards, Gwenyth. Welsh Noblewomen in the Thirteenth Century: An Historical Study of Medieval Welsh Law and Gender Roles. Lewiston 2009.