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.