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.

June 4, 2016

BIB: Author Index: New Entries

[Info] Abiral, Bürge. »Silencing Sexual Violence and Vulnerability: Women's Narratives of Incarceration during the 1980-1983 Military Junta in Turkey.« Gendered Wars, Gendered Memories: Feminist Conversations on War, Genocide and Political Violence. Edited by Ayşe G. Altinay et al. London 2016: 93-106.

[Info] Aderinto, Saheed. When Sex Threatened the State: Illicit Sexuality, Nationalism, and Politics in Colonial Nigeria, 1900-1958. Urbana 2015.

[Info] Alexis, Jonas E., et al. »The Rape of Japanese Men and Women After World War II.« Veterans Today (March 6, 2016).

[Info] Altinay, Ayşe G., et al., eds. Gendered Wars, Gendered Memories: Feminist Conversations on War, Genocide and Political Violence. London 2016.

[Info] Bailey, Allison. Policing Violence: Royal and Community Perspectives in Medieval France. B.A. Thesis, Mount Royal University, 2016.

[Info] Bean, Mikayla. What Do Political Apologies Do? The Case of the Korean Comfort Women, Liminality, and a New Framework for Apologetic Success. Undergraduate Honors Thesis, Franklin and Marshall College, 2016.

[Info] Bogen, Katherine W. »Rape and Sexual Violence: Questionable Inevitability and Moral Responsibility in Armed Conflict.« Scholarly Undergraduate Research Journal at Clark 2 (2016): 46-58.

[Info] Butler, Christopher K., et al. »Sexual violence by government security forces: Are levels of sexual violence in peacetime predictive of those in civil conflict?« International Area Studies Review (March 2, 1016).

[Info] Clark, Janine N. »Untangling Rape Causation and the Importance of the Micro Level: Elucidating the Use of Mass Rape during the Bosnian War.« Ethnopolitics (April 14, 2016).

[Info] de Langis, Theresa. »What Is Remembered? Gendered Silence, Sexual Violence, and the Khmer Rouge Atrocity.« Women and Genocide: Gendered Experience of Violence, Survival, and Resistance. Edited by JoAnn DiGeorgia-Lutz et al. Toronto 2016: 135-166.

[Info] DiGeorgia-Lutz, JoAnn, et al., eds. Women and Genocide: Gendered Experience of Violence, Survival, and Resistance. Toronto 2016.

[Info] DioGuardi, Shirley C. »Breaking the Protracted Silence about Genocidal Rape in Kosova.« Women and Genocide: Gendered Experience of Violence, Survival, and Resistance. Edited by JoAnn DiGeorgia-Lutz et al. Toronto 2016: 213-244.

[Info] Ericsson, Kjersti. »Når både offer og overgriper er barn: Historier fra vår nære fortid (og nåtid?).« Sosiologi i dag 43 (2013): 45-68.

[Info] Finkelman, Paul. ed. Encyclopedia of American Civil Liberties. London 2006.

[Info] Fritz, Kelsey. From Victims to Actors: Women's Struggle for Agency in Defeated Germany, 1945. Senior Honors Thesis, University of Tennessee at Knoxville, 2016.

[Info] Galvão Neta, Inocência. »Fragmentos da condição feminina e a lógica jurídica no início da república: Recife (1920-1940).« Cadernos do Tempo Presente No. 22 (2015-16): 46-56.

[Info] García, Katy. »La tortura sexual como práctica sistemática: Violencia de género en el D2 y la UP1.« Umbrales (2011): 66-71.

[Info] Gilkes, Madi. »Missing from history: The other prisoners of war.« Trouble & Strife No. 41 (2000): 61-68.

[Info] Harris, Clarissa M. »Rape Narratives, Courtly Critique, and the Pedagogy of Sexual Negotiation in the Middle English Pastourelle.« Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 46 (2016): 263-287.

[Info] Henry, Nicola. »Memory of an Injustice: The "Comfort Women" and the Legacy of the Tokyo Trial.« Ways of Knowing about Human Rights in Asia. Edited by Vera Mackie. London 2015: 70-88.

[Info] Holmes, Caren M. »The Colonial Roots of the Racial Fetishization of Black Women.« Black & Gold 2 (2016).

[Info] Houge, Anette B. »Conflict-related Sexual Violence.« Women in War: Examples from Norway and Beyond. Edited by Kjersti Ericsson. Farnham 2015: 71-86.

[Info] Houge, Anette B. »Conflict-related Sexual Violence.« Women in War: Examples from Norway and Beyond. Edited by Kjersti Ericsson. London 2016: 71-86.

[Info] Hubbard, Thomas K. »Age of Consent in Historical and International Perspective.« The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies. Malden 2016.

[Info] Ishtiyaque, Farah. »Silencing the Women: Violence through Rape in the 1971 War of Liberation.« Women and Genocide: Gendered Experience of Violence, Survival, and Resistance. Edited by JoAnn DiGeorgia-Lutz et al. Toronto 2016: 103-134.

[Info] Kazue, Muta. »The ‘comfort women’ issue and the embedded culture of sexual violence in contemporary Japan.« Current Sociology (April 26, 2016).

[Info] Kelso, Michelle. »Romani Women and the Holocaust: Testimonies of Sexual Violence in Romanian-Controlled Transnistria.« Women and Genocide: Gendered Experience of Violence, Survival, and Resistance. Edited by JoAnn DiGeorgia-Lutz et al. Toronto 2016: 37-72.

[Info] Kilty, Jennifer M., et al. The Enigma of a Violent Woman: A Critical Examination of the Case of Karla Homolka. London 2016.

[Info] Kim, Jongdae. »Global Standard of Human Rights and "Comfort Women".« Divided Nations and Transitional Justice: What Germany, Japan, and South Korea Can Teach the World. Edited by Han Sang-Jin. Boulder 2012: 189-194.

[Info] Kim, Jongdae. »Global Standard of Human Rights and "Comfort Women".« Divided Nations and Transitional Justice: What Germany, Japan, and South Korea Can Teach the World. Edited by Han Sang-Jin. London 2016: 189-194.

[Info] Kinukawa, Hisako. »Re-covering, Re-membering and Re-conciling the History of "Comfort Women".« Out of Place: Doing Theology on the Crosscultural Brink. Edited by Jione Havea et al. London 2011: 129-144.

[Info] Kinukawa, Hisako. »Re-covering, Re-membering and Re-conciling the History of "Comfort Women".« Out of Place: Doing Theology on the Crosscultural Brink. Edited by Jione Havea et al. London 2014: 129-144.

[Info] La Iosa, Rosaria. Il volto nascosto del Secondo Conflitto Mondiale: Gli stupri di massa sovietici in Germania nella storiografia. Università Ca'Foscari Venezia, 2016.

[Info] Laughton, Angela. A Case of Seduction: Sexual Violence and the Law in Southern Alberta, 1922. B.A. Thesis, Mount Royal University, 2016.

[Info] Mahadeen, Ebtihal. »‘The martyr of dawn’: Femicide in Jordanian media.« Crime, Media, Culture (April 25, 2016).

[Info] Mertens, Charlotte. »Sexual Violence in the Congo Free State: Archival Traces and Present Reconfigurations.« Australasian Review of African Studies 37 (2016): 6-20.

[Info] Mpinga, Emmanuel K. »Rape in Armed Conflicts in the Democratic Republic of Congo: A Systematic Review of the Scientific Literature.« Trauma, Violence, & Abuse (May 19, 2016).

[Info] Mühlhäuser, Regina. »The Historicity of Denial: Sexual Violence against Jewish Women during the War of Annihilation, 1941-1945.« Gendered Wars, Gendered Memories: Feminist Conversations on War, Genocide and Political Violence. Edited by Ayşe G. Altinay et al. London 2016: 29-54.

[Info] Nilsson, Gabriella. »Incestdebatten i Sverige 1982–96.« Sosiologi i dag 43 (2013): 15-44.

[Info] Oosterveld, Valerie, et al. »Issues of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence at the ECCC.« The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia: Assessing their Contribution to International Criminal Law. Edited by Simon M. Meisenberg et al. The Hague 2016: 321-351.

[Info] Penyak, Lee M. »Incestous Natures: Consensual and Forced Relations in Mexico, 1740-1854.« Sexuality and the Unnatural in Colonial Latin America. Edited by Zeb Tortorici. Oakland 2016: 162-187.

[Info] Platz, Jenny. »Subversion of the Final Girl in Rape Revenge Narratives and the Normalization of Violence Against Women in The Tenth Circle and The AssaultThe Lifetime Network: Essays on "Television for Women" in the 21st Century. Edited by Emily L. Newman et al. Jefferson 2016: 151-169.

[Info] Purtle, Jonathan, et al. »"Calculating the Toll of Trauma" in the Headlines: Portrayals of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in the New York Times (1980-2015).« American Journal of Orthopsychiatry (May 16, 2016).

[Info] Redford, Scott. »The Rape of Anatolia.« Islam and Christianity in Medieval Anatolia. Edited by A.C.S. Peacock et al. Farnham 2015: 107-116.

[Info] Redford, Scott. »The Rape of Anatolia.« Islam and Christianity in Medieval Anatolia. Edited by A.C.S. Peacock et al. London 2016: 107-116.

[Info] Ross, Joann M. Making Marital Rape Visible: A History of American Legal and Social Movements Criminalizing Rape in Marriage. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Nebraska, 2015.

[Info] Sakhrani, Monica. »Reading Rape Post Mathura.« Indian Journal of Gender Studies 23 (2016): 260-285.

[Info] Schrott, Lisa M. A Culture of Rape: In Twentieth Century American Literature and Beyond. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Kentucky, 2016.

[Info] Song, Anna. »The Task of an Activist: "Imagined Communities" and "the Comfort Women" Campaigns in Australia.« Ways of Knowing about Human Rights in Asia. Edited by Vera Mackie. London 2015: 89- .

[Info] Sorrenti, Santa. Our Only Voice: The Korean 'Comfort Women' & Surviving the Noise of Nationalism. Bachelor Thesis, Leiden University, 2015.

[Info] Stefatos, Katherine. »The Female and Political Body in Pain: Sexual Torture and Gendered Trauma during Greek Military Dictatorship (1967-1974).« Gendered Wars, Gendered Memories: Feminist Conversations on War, Genocide and Political Violence. Edited by Ayşe G. Altinay et al. London 2016: 69- .

[Info] Wickerd, Garry D. »Chessman, Caryl (1921-1960).« Encyclopedia of American Civil Liberties. Vol. 1. Edited by Paul Finkelman. London 2006: 277-278.

[Info] Wieskamp, Valerie N. Sexual Violence and the U.S. Military: The Melodramatic Mythos of War and Rhetoric of Healing Heroism. Ph.D. Thesis, Indiana University, 2015.

[Info] Yap, Felicia. »Between Silence and Narration: European and Asian Women on War Brutalities in Japanese-Occupied Territories.« Gendered Wars, Gendered Memories: Feminist Conversations on War, Genocide and Political Violence. Edited by Ayşe G. Altinay et al. London 2016: 55-67.

[Info] Zamora Garrao, Andrea. La mujer como sujeto de la violencia de género durante la dictadura militar chilena: apuntes para una reflexión. Tesis, Universidad de Chile, 2006.