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 18, 2014

Bibliography: Update

Author Index: New Entries:

[Info] Bérard, Jean. »De la libération des enfants à la violence des pédophiles. La sexualité des mineurs dans les discours politiques des années 1970.« Genre, sexualité & société No. 11 (2014).

[Info] Cheit, Ross E., et al. »Television Newsmagazine Coverage of Child Sexual Abuse: 1990-2005.« Journal of Mass Communication & Journalism 4 (2014).

[Info] Entorf, Horst. Jenseits der Fallzahlen: Die Kriminalitätsentwicklung bei ökonomischer Bewertung der Schäden. Bonn 2014.

[Info] Habimana, Emmanuel, et al. »Les viols pendant le génocide des Tutsi: Un crime d’envie.« Remembering Mass Violence: Oral History, New Media, and Performance. Edited by Steven High et al. Toronto 2014: 282-296.

[Info] Hritz, Meredith W. Sex, Violence, and the Fantastic: Mapping Sexual Violence Against Women in Gothic Novels. B.A. Thesis, Wesleyan University, 2014.

[Info] Jing, Fenghua. »Representation and Practice in "Privately Settling Illicit Sex Offenses," with Attention to the "Third Realm" from the Late Imperial Period to the Present.« The History and Theory of Legal Practice in China: Toward a Historical-Social Jurisprudence. Edited by Philip C.C. Huang et al. Leiden 2014: 150-172.

[Info] Loney, Hannah. »'This is Me': Exploring Narrative and Trauma within Women's Memories of the Indonesian Occupation of Timor-Leste (1975-1999).« Oral History Forum 34 (2014).

[Info] Marochkin, Sergey Y., et al. »Rape and Sexual Violence as Torture and Genocide in the Decisions of International Tribunals: Transjudicial Networks and the Development of International Criminal Law.« Human Rights Review (2014).

[Info] Mukarwego, Athanasie. »Viols des femmes tutsi pendant le génocide: Témoignage de Mme Athanasie.« Remembering Mass Violence: Oral History, New Media, and Performance. Edited by Steven High et al. Toronto 2014: 277-281.

[Info] Na-Young, Lee. »The Korean Women's Movement of Japanese Military "Comfort Women": Navigating between Nationalism and Feminism.« Review of Korean Studies 17 (2014): 71-92.

[Info] Phipps, Alison. The Politics of the Body: Gender in a Neoliberal and Neoconservative Age. Cambridge 2014.

[Info] Schott, Robin M. »Wartime Violence against Civilians: Philosophical Reflections on War Rape.« Civilians at War: From Fifteenth Century to the Present. Edited by Gunner Lind. Copenhagen 2014: 185-202.

[Info] Seaton, Philip A. Japan's Contested War Memories: The 'memory rifts' in historical consciousness of World War II. London 2007.

Speaker Index: New Entries:

[Info] Block, Sharon. »Rape: Race, Power and Politics in Early America.« Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon. Eugene 2013.

[Info] Burns, Catherine. »Why does the history of rape matter?« 11th Annual Teach-In Public Lecture Series. Grahamstown 2013.

[Info] Feimster, Crystal. »Sexual Warfare: Rape and the American Civil War.« Massachusetts Historical Society. Boston 2009.

[Info] Feimster, Crystal. »Sexual Warfare: Rape and the American Civil War.« Women's History Month Lecture. Greensboro 2009.

[Info] Freedman, Estelle B. »The Politics of Rape: Gender, Race and Sexual Violence in the U.S., 1870-1930.« Program in the Study of Women and Gender, Princeton University. Princeton 2009.

[Info] Freedman, Estelle B. »Redefining Rape: Sexual Violence in the Era of Suffrage and Segregation.« Barnard College, Columbia University. Princeton 2013.