Introduction

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.

March 8, 2014

Bibliography: Update

Literature: New Entries:
[Info] Arellano-Neri, Olimpia. Cinematographic and Literary Representations of the Femicides in Ciudad Juarez. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Cincinnati, 2013.

[Info] Dickman-Burnett, Victoria L. Writing and Différance, Violence in Language: Finding the Roots of Oppression and Violence in Derrida's Of Grammatology. M.A. Thesis, Ohio University, 2013.

[Info] Flaschka, Monika J. Race, Rape and Gender in Nazi-Occupied Territories. Ph.D. Thesis, Kent State University, 2009.

[Info] Franiuk, Renae, et al. »Beyond Christianity: The Status of Women and Rape Myths.« Sex Roles 65 (2011): 783-791.

[Info] Hossain, Mazeda, et al. »Men's and women's experiences of violence and traumatic events in rural Côte d'Ivoire before, during and after a period of armed conflict.« BMJ Open 4 (2014).

[Info] Koneval, Joni L. A "Peculiar Offence": Legal, Popular, and Gendered Perceptions of Rape in the Early American Republic, 1790 – 1850. M.A. Thesis, Youngstown State University, 2012.

[Info] Miracle, Amanda L. Rape and Infanticide in Maryland, 1634-1689: Gender and Class in the Courtroom Contestation of Patriarchy on the Edge of the English Atlantic. Ph.D. Thesis, Bowling Green State University, 2008.

[Info] Mühlhäuser, Regina. »Eine Frage der Ehre. Anmerkungen zur Sexualität deutscher Soldaten während des Zweiten Weltkriegs.« Ideologie und Moral im Nationalsozialismus. Edited by Wolfgang Bialas et al. Göttingen 2014: 153-174.

[Info] Schaub, Katherine E. Rape as a Legitimate Medical Event from 1800-1910. M.A. Thesis, Case Western Reserve University, 2013.

Literature: Updated Entries:
[Info] Schmidt, Heike. »Girl or Woman? Statutory Rape in German East Africa, c.1890-1915.« Law, Colonialism and Children in Africa. Edited by Richard Roberts. Stanford 2004.