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.

July 11, 2014

Bibliography: Update

Literature: New Entries:

[Info] Ansari, Sami. Understanding and Modeling the Convergence of the UCR and NCVS: A Time Series Analysis. Ph.D. Thesis, Northeastern University. 2010.

[Info] Conaway, Matthew B. When 'Boys Will Not Be Boys': Variations of Wartime Sexual Violence by Armed Opposition Groups in Sri Lanka, Sierra Leone, and Nepal. M.A. Thesis, Wright State University, 2012.

[Info] Gaudillat Cautela, Stéphanie. »Le corps des femmes dans la qualification du « viol » au XVIe siècle.« Femmes en fleurs, femmes en corps. Sang, santé, sexualités, du Moyen Âge aux Lumières. Edited by Cathy McClive et al. Saint-Etienne 2010: 249-276.

[Info] Kaffarnik, Julia. Sexuelle Gewalt gegen Frauen im antiken Athen. Hamburg 2013.

[Info] Natalo-Lifton, Ariel. They Served Too: The Unique Experiences of Female Vietnam Veterans. M.A. Thesis, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, 2014.

[Info] Parisi, Luciano. »Narratives of Child Sexual Abuse in Cristina Comencini's Novel La bestia nel cuoreModern Language Review 109 (2014): 674-688.

[Info] Wright, Lauren E. The American Serial Rapist: 1940-2010. M.A. Thesis, Ohio University, 2014.

Lectures: New Entries:

[Info] Mühlhäuser, Regina. »Against the Nazi Racial Laws? Sexual Violence by German Soldiers against Jewish Women during the War of Annihilation in the Soviet Union, 1941-1945.« Sexual Violence during the Holocaust. Worcester 2012.

[Info] Mühlhäuser, Regina. »Sexual Violence as 'Weapon of War'? Enforced Nakedness, Sexual Torture and Rape by German Soldiers during the War of Annihilation 1941–1945.« World War II, Nazi Crimes, and the Holocaust in the USSR. Moscow 2012.

[Info] Mühlhäuser, Regina, et al. »Sexuelle Gewalt im Zweiten Weltkrieg: Die "comfort women" der japanischen Armee und die Wehrmachtsbordelle in Polen und der Sowjetunion.« Berlin 2012.