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.

April 8, 2017

BIB: Author Index: Revised Entries

[Info] Ball, Anna. »Between 'Awra and Arab Feminism: Sexual Violence and Representational Crisis in Nawal El Saadawi's Woman at Point ZeroFeminism, Literature and Rape Narratives: Violence and Violation. Edited by Sorcha Gunne et al. New York 2010: 71-84.

[Info] Bolaane, Maitseo M.M. »Cross-Border Lives, Warfare and Rape in Independence-Era Botswana.« Journal of Southern African Studies 39 (2013): 557-576.

[Info] Booth, Marilyn. »Un/safe/ly at Home: Narratives of Sexual Coercion in 1920s Egypt.« Gender & History 16 (2004): 744-768.

[Info] Branche, Raphaëlle. La torture et l'armée pendant la guerre d'Algérie (1954-1962). Paris 2001.

[Info] Branche, Raphaëlle. »Des viols pendant la guerre d’Algérie.« Vingtième Siècle No. 75 (2002): 123-132.

[Info] Branche, Raphaëlle. »La sexualité des appelés en Algérie.« Des hommes et des femmes en guerre d'Algérie. Edited by Jean-Charles Jauffret. Paris 2003: 402-415.

[Info] Branche, Raphaëlle. »Sexual Violence in the Algerian War.« Brutality and Desire: War and Sexuality in Europe’s Twentieth Century. Edited by Dagmar Herzog. Basingstoke 2009: 247-260.

[Info] Dijkman, Nathalie E.J., et al. Sexual Violence in Burundi: Victims, perpetrators, and the role of conflict. Brighton 2014.

[Info] Edthofer, Johanna. »Frauen im algerischen Bürgerkrieg. Die "vergessenen Akteurinnen" in einem "vergessenen Gewaltkonflikt"? Eine gendersensible Analyse« "Vergessene Kriege" - Konflikte abseits der öffentlichen Aufmerksamkeit. Analysen und Perspektiven einer jungen ForscherInnengeneration. Edited by Paul Riener et al. 2012: 94-110.

[Info] El Nossery, Névine. Témoignages fictionnels au féminin: Une réécriture des blancs de la guerre civile algérienne. Amsterdam 2012.

[Info] Feenan, Patricia. Holy Hell: A Catholic family's story of faith, betrayal, pain and courage bringing a paedophile priest to justice. Fremantle 2012.

[Info] Finn, Jeremy. »The Schoolgirl and the Horse-whipped Parson: An Account of an Early Wellington Cause Celebre.« Australian Journal of Legal History 9 (2005): 175-203.

[Info] Foote, Wendy L. Child Sexual Abuse Allegations in the Family Court. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Sydney, 2006.

[Info] Ford, Carol. »Stuart Case.« The Oxford Companion to Australian History. Edited by Graeme Davison et al. Oxford 1998.

[Info] Ford, Lisa, et al. »From Pluralism to Territorial Sovereignty: The 1816 Trial of Mow-watty in the Superior Court of New South Wales.« Indigenous Law Journal 7 (2008): 67-86.

[Info] Foster, Gary A. Male Rape and the Government of Bodies: An Unnatural History of the Present. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Queensland, 2005.

[Info] Genever, Geoffrey. »‘Worse than Murder’? Colonial Queensland's Response to the Rape of European Women by Aboriginal Men.« Queensland Review 19 (2012): 234-246.

[Info] Gleeson, Kate. »White Natives and Gang Rape at the Time of the Centenary.« Outrageous! Moral Panics in Australia. Edited by Scott Poynting et al. Hobart 2007: 171-180.

[Info] Gunson, Niel. »British Missionaries and Sexuality: The Polynesian Legacy and its Aftermath.« European Impact and Pacific Influence: British and German Colonial Policy in the Pacific Islands and the Indigenous Response. Edited by Hermann J. Hiery et al. London 1997: 279-298.

[Info] Hardy, Jacky. »Everything Old Is New Again: The Use of Gender-Based Terrorism against Women.« Minerva 19 (2001): 3-38.

[Info] Käuper, Eva. Die Folter im Algerienkrieg – zwischen mémoire und histoire: Der Versuch einer wissenschaftlichen Positionierung. Würzburg 2015.

[Info] Kleinman, Sarah. Resistance, Represenation, and War: Algerian Women, the French Army, and the Djamila Boupacha Case. Honors Thesis, University of Florida, 2012.

[Info] Kunkle, Ryan. »"We Must Shout the Truth to the Rooftops": Gisèle Halimi, Djamila Boupacha, and Sexual Politics in the Algerian War of Independence.« Iowa Historical Review 4 (2013): 5-24.

[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] Largueche, Dalenda. »Confined, battered, and repudiated women in Tunis since the eighteenth century.« Women, the family and divorce laws in Islamic history. Edited by Amira El Azhary Sonbol. Syracuse 1996: 259-276.

[Info] Muvumba Sellström, Angela. Stronger than Justice: Armed Group Impunity for Sexual Violence. Uppsala 2015.

[Info] Ouzgane, Lahoucine. »The Rape Continuum: Nawal El Saadawi & Tahar Ben Jelloun.« Men in African Film & Fiction. Edited by Lahoucine Ouzgane. Oxford 2011: 68-80.

[Info] Rousseau, Frédéric. »Sexes en guerre et guerre des sexes. Les viols durant la guerre d’Algérie (1954-1962).« Deportate, esuli, profughe No. 10 (2009): 29-47.

[Info] Ruiz, Mario M. Intimate Disputes, Illicit Violence: Gender, Law, and the State in Colonial Egypt, 1849-1923. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Michigan, 2004.

[Info] Ruiz, Mario M. »Virginity Violated: Sexual Assault and Respectability in Mid- to Late-Nineteenth-Century Egypt.« Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East 25 (2005): 214-226.

[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.

[Info] Sonbol, Amira E. »Law and Gender Violence in Ottoman and Modern Egypt.« Women, the Family, and Divorce Laws in Islamic History. Edited by Amira E. Sonbol. Syracuse 1996: 277-289.

[Info] Sonbol, Amira E. »Rape and Law in Ottoman and Modern Egypt.« Women in the Ottoman Empire: Middle Eastern Women in the Early Modern Era. Edited by Madeline C. Zilfi. Leiden 1997: 214-231.

[Info] Surkis, Judith. »Ethics and Violence: Simone de Beauvoir, Djamila Boupacha, and the Algerian War.« French Politics, Culture & Society 28 (2010): 38-55.