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.

May 23, 2015

Bibliography: Update

Author Index: New Entries:

[Info] Aleksanyan, Anna. »The Gender Issue. The Dilemma of Re-Armenization of the Women After the Genocide.« Տարածաշրջանային խնդիրներ No. 5 (2014): 62-73.


Author Index: Updated Entries:

[Info] Arveiller, Jacques. »Pédophilie et psychiatrie. Rèperes historiques.« Évolution psychiatrique 63 (1998): 11-34.

[Info] Atlas, Jerrold. »Pederasty, Blood Shedding and Blood Smearing: Men in Search of Mommy’s Feared Powers.« Journal of Psychohistory 28 (2000): 116-149.

[Info] Baartman, H.E.M. »Compassion and Skepticism in Child Sexual Abuse: Some Historical Aspects and Explanations.« International Review of Victimology 5 (1997): 189-202.

[Info] Babb, Jeannie. Making Meaning of Sexual Violence against Women in Ancient Sacred Christian Literature. Master Thesis, University of the South, 2013.

[Info] Bachman, Ronet, et al. »Rape: Incidence and Legal and Historical Aspects.« Violence in America: An Encyclopedia. Vol. 3. Edited by Ronald Gottesman. New York 1999: 13-16.

[Info] Backhouse, Constance. »Nineteenth-Century Canadian Rape Law 1800-92.« Essays in the History of Canadian Law. Vol. 2. Edited by David Flaherty. Toronto 1983: 200-247.

[Info] Backhouse, Constance. »The Tort of Seduction: Fathers and Daughters in Nineteenth Century Canada.« Dalhousie Law Journal 10 (1986): 45-80.

[Info] Backhouse, Constance B. »Nineteenth Century Judicial Attitudes toward Child Custody, Rape and Prostitution.« Equality and Judicial Neutrality. Edited by Sheilah L. Martin et al. Toronto 1987: 271-281.

[Info] Backhouse, Constance. Petticoats and Prejudice: Women and the Law in Nineteenth-Century Canada. Toronto 1991.

[Info] Backhouse, Constance. »"The Sayer Street Outrage": Gang Rape and Male Law in 19th Century Toronto.« Manitoba Law Journal 20 (1991): 46-68.

[Info] Backhouse, Constance. »'Her Protests Were Unavailing': Australian Legal Understandings of Rape, Consent and Sexuality in the 'Roaring Twenties'.« Journal of Australian Studies No. 64 (2000): 14-33.

[Info] Backhouse, Constance. »Skewering the Credibility of Women: A Reappraisal of Corroboration in Australian Legal History.« University of Western Australia Law Review 29 (2000): 79-107.

[Info] Backhouse, Constance. »The Doctrine of Corroboration in Sexual Assault Trials in Early Twentieth-Century Canada and Australia.« Queen's Law Journal 26 (2001): 297-338.

[Info] Backhouse, Constance. »«Attentat à la dignité du Parlement»: Viol dans l’enceinte de la Chambre des communes, Ottawa 1929.« Ottawa Law Review 33 (2001-02): 95-145.

[Info] Backhouse, Constance. »"Don't You Bully Me … Justice I Want if There is Justice to be Had": The Rape of Mary Ann Burton, London, Ontario, 1907.« People and Place: Historical Influences on Legal Culture. Edited by Jonathan Swainger et al. Vancouver 2003: 60-94.

[Info] Backhouse, Constance. »The Doctrine of Corroboration in Sexual Assault Trials in Early Twentieth-Century Canada and Australia.« From Subjects to Citizens: A Hundred Years of Citizenship in Australia and Canada. Edited by Pierre Boyer et al. Ottawa 2004: 123-160.

[Info] Backhouse, Constance. Carnal Crimes: Sexual Assault Law in Canada, 1900-1975. Toronto 2008.

[Info] Backhouse, Constance. »Nineteenth Century Canadian Rape Law, 1800-1892.« Essays in the History of Canadian Law. Vol. 2. Edited by David Flaherty. Toronto 2012: 200-247.

[Info] Backhouse, Constance, et al. The Secret Oppression: Sexual Harassment of Working Women. Toronto 1978.

[Info] Backhouse, Constance et al. Sexual Harassment on the Job: How to Avoid the Working Woman’s Nightmare. Englewood Cliffs 1981.

[Info] Mackinnon, Alison, et al. »Sex, resistance and power: Sex reform in South Australia, c. 1905.« Australian Historical Studies 23 (1988): 60-71.


Speaker Index: Updated Entries:

[Info] Backhouse, Constance. »Her Protests Were Unavailing: Australian Legal Understandings of Rape, Consent and Sexuality in the 'Roaring Twenties'.« Annual Conference of the Association of Australian Studies in North America. Ottawa 2000.

[Info] Backhouse, Constance. »Sexually Abused Children as Witnesses: Lessons from History.« Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association. Berlin 2007.

[Info] Backhouse, Constance. »Canada's First Capital "L" Lesbian Sexual Assault Trial: Yellowknife, 1955.« Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association. Montreal 2008.