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Rereading rape and sexual violence in early modern England.

Garthine Walker

Rereading rape and sexual violence in early modern England.

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Published by Blackwell in Oxford .
Written in English


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Photocopy of: Gender & history, vol.10, no.1 (1998), pp.1-25.

Other titlesGender & history.
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Open LibraryOL18350801M

May 01,  · In this article, I will be exploring the history of Anglo-American responses to the violence of sexual assault in the past two hundred years. Despite the undoubted rise of psychological trauma as the main way modern Anglo-Americans understand reactions to ‘bad events’, it turns out that the ‘trauma trope’ was not applied to all ‘bad events’.Cited by: Women, violence, and English Renaissance literature: essays honoring Paul Jorgensen / Bibliographic Details; Rape, Female Desire, and Sexual Revulsion in John Fletcher's Plays / Violence and Early Modern Domestic Work / Wendy Wall. Jan 24,  · It’s also embedded in our political system, and our legal system, which before feminists fought for us didn’t recognize most domestic violence, or sexual harassment and stalking, or date rape, or acquaintance rape, or marital rape, and in cases of rape still often tries the victim rather than the rapist, as though only perfect maidens could.


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Rereading rape and sexual violence in early modern England. by Garthine Walker Download PDF EPUB FB2

In the early modern period, the inapplicability of certain discourses of sex and violence impeded allegations of rape whilst facilitating denials of rape. Women who asserted rape (and men who spoke out in support) engendered those same discourses which incriminated them with their own semantic and expressive epapersjournal.icu by: Rereading Rape and Sexual Violence in Early Modern England Rape in England between and ', in The Sexual Dynamics of History, ed.

London Feminist History Group Jan Author: Garthine Walker. For anyone interested in undertaking intersectional, anti‐racist feminist action against sexual violence, Redefining Rape has a lot to offer. Freedman does a great service in providing a historical account of where we came from, how we got here, and lessons for how to do it better in the future.”―Annie Shields, Los Angeles Review of BooksCited by: Rereading Rape and Sexual Violence in Early Modern England.

Add to My Bookmarks Export citation. Type Article Author(s) Garthine Walker Date 04/ Volume 10 Issue 1 Page start 1 Page end 25 DOI / Is part of Journal Title Gender & History.

Apr 08,  · Rape and the Rise of the Author book. Gendering Intention in Early Modern England. Rape and the Rise of the Author. Contending that early modern fictional portrayals of sexual violence identify the position of the author with that of the chaste woman threatened with rape, Amy Greenstadt challenges the prevalent scholarly view that this Cited by: Apr 24,  · Reading Rape examines how American culture talks about sexual violence and explains why, in the latter twentieth century, rape achieved such significance as a trope of power relations.

Through attentive readings of a wide range of literary and cultural representations of sexual assault--from antebellum seduction narratives and "realist" representations of rape in nineteenth-century novels to Cited by: Garthine Walker, ‘Rereading rape and sexual violence in early modern England’, Gender and History, Vol.

10 (), Robert Shoemaker, ‘Reforming male manners: public insult and the decline of violence in London, ’, in Tim Hitchcock and Michele Cohen.

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Details *. Books About Rape Culture / Anti-Sexual Violence Movement This list is for books about rape culture and/or the anti-sexual assault movement. Books can be fiction or non-fiction, as long as they are informative and relevant.

This is not the place to list books that glamorize sexually violent behavior. Jun 28,  · Buy Working with the Trauma of Rape and Sexual Violence: A Guide for Professionals by Sue J. Daniels. Foreword by Ivan Tyrrell (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(15). April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and Penguin Teen stands with SAAM. We’re committed to helping keep the conversation going all month long. We find that books can often help us talk about difficult topics – so here are 7 books to help you start a conversation.

Blood Water Paint by Joy McCullough After painter Artemisia. Medieval historians and literary scholars have not ignored the topic of sexual violence and rape, but the primary focus has regularly rested on English, French, or Italian documents.

Here we have the first book-length study that investigates the treatment of sexual crimes in medieval and early modern German and Latin literature, making great efforts to shed light on often ignored scenes and.

Approaching the history of rape and sexual violence: notes towards research Rereading Rape and Sexual Violence in Early Modern England. Police, Littleborough Sectional Occurrence Book. ‘Rereading Rape and Sexual Violence in Early Modern England’, Gender & History (), pp.

‘Expanding the Boundaries of Female Honour in Early Modern England’, Transactions of the Royal Historical Society 6th ser., 6 (), pp. Book chapters. The Strangeness of the Familiar: Witchcraft and the Law in Early Modern England.

Authors; Authors and affiliations; ‘Lord Hale, witches and rape’, British Journal of Law & Society 5 (), ‘Re-reading rape and sexual violence in early modern England’, Gender & History (), 1–Author: Garthine Walker. In thirteen studies of representations of rape in Medieval and Early Modern literature by such authors as Chaucer, Shakespeare and Spenser, this volume argues that some form of sexual violence against women serves as a foundation of Western culture.

The volume has two purposes: first, to explore the resistance these pervasive representations generate and have generated for readers - especially.

Sep 13,  · This thesis examines the meanings of sexual violence within early modem English society. It focuses particularly on attitudes towards rape as expressed in statute and the operation of the legal system, the attitudes of individuals in court records, and representations of rape in literature.

The history of rape is located within contemporary historical debate about early modern sexuality. Oct 13,  · 9 Nonfiction Books About Sexual Abuse And Rape Culture That Should Be Required Reading you should consider reading some nonfiction books about sexual.

This article explores the violence surrounding the collapse of the Munster Plantation in It situates this event in the wider context of violence in early modern Ireland, and highlights both similarities and differences in the violence seen. Aug 02,  · Rape and malicious prosecution in eighteenth-century England ’, American Journal of Legal History 42, 4 (), –90; Walker, Garthine, ‘ Rereading rape and sexual violence in early modern England ’, Gender and History 10, 1 (), 1 – 25; Martin Ingram, ‘Child sexual abuse in early modern England’, in Michael J.

Braddick and Cited by: 3. Aug 13,  · That rape has long been contested ground is perfectly illustrated by a new book, Redefining Rape: Sexual Violence in the Era of Suffrage and Segregation.

of rape in England. The Trials of Artemisia Gentileschi: A Rape as History Elizabeth S. Cohen tileschi suffer sexual violence in the past, but also, because of these judicial docu- ; Garthine Walker, "Rereading Rape and SexualViolence in Early Modern England," Gender and History 10 (): Cohen / Trials ofArteniisia Gentileschi As part of the culture perpetuated by these ideologies, violence towards women was seen as a natural expression of male dominance.

The definition of violence in this paper is taken from the U.N. Declaration on the Elimination of Violence Against Women to include, Any act that results in physical, sexual or psychological harm or suffering to.

To book click here. Abstract: This paper explores the changing ways in which the legal and cultural culpability for rape was ascribed in the early modern period.

Modern concepts of ‘victim-blaming’ (which focus on women and girls who have been raped rather than the men who raped them) and of rape culture (which again puts the onus for. Sep 30,  · 'a pioneering study of early modern rape, that ranges broadly across literary genres and period discourses'.

- Angela Balla, Women's Studies 'Writing Rape, Writing Women is widely recognised as among the most original and nuanced accounts of sexual violence in early modern epapersjournal.icu: Jocelyn Catty. Book Description: Reading Rapeexamines how American culture talks about sexual violence and explains why, in the latter twentieth century, rape achieved such significance as a trope of power relations.

Through attentive readings of a wide range of literary and cultural representations of sexual assault--from antebellum seduction narratives and "realist" representations of rape in nineteenth. the ways in which the theme of rape has been handled in some recent.

scholarship--in a number of books and articles, and in a wide array of lectures. and conference presentations that I have heard at academic gatherings in the.

past several years. (Every conference now devotes sessions to rape and sexual. violence against women.). We often assume the Victorians had puritanical attitudes to sex, but this was far from the reality.

From familiar classics to neglected gems, Claire Jarvis—Stanford academic and author of Exquisite Masochism: Sex, Marriage and the Novel Form—selects the best books on sex in Victorian literature. Interview by Stephanie Kelley. Nov 01,  · It is a great honour to have my book reviewed by Gail Savage, and I am grateful to her for her fair assessment and summary of my arguments.

Savage’s own published work picks up the story of marital violence and divorce where mine ends, since she has examined the cases that were brought to the Divorce Court that was established under the terms of the Divorce Act The semiotics of rape in Renaissance English literature.

Ann Arbor Walker, Garthine.»Rereading rape and sexual violence in early modern England.«Gender & history 10 (): Williams, Carolyn D.»‘Silence, like a Lucrece knife’.

Shakespeare and the meanings of rape.«Yearbook of English studies 23 (): In Roman law, raptus (or raptio) meant primarily kidnapping or abduction; sexual violation was a secondary issue. The "abduction" of an unmarried girl from her father's household in some circumstances was a matter of the couple eloping without her father's permission to marry.

Rape in the English sense of "forced sex" was more often expressed as stuprum, a sex crime committed through violence. Jun 16,  · Rape is a crime of violence that modern, enlightened society has chosen to punish strenuously. Rape is also a sexual crime resulting in the victimization of women and children.

During the Middle Ages, however, neither intent nor a sense of personal responsibility was attached to rape. The rape is only one in a string of violence acts committed by the gang. The book was made into a movie directed by Stanley Kubrick ().

The Color Purple is a novel by Alice Walker (b ). It was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and won the National Book Award. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / the National Intimate Partner Violence and Sexual Violence Survey (NISVS).

This survey has a number of objectives, one of which is to provide estimates of the extent of rape and sexual assault. It also covers the historical context from which modern laws against rape and.

Sep 03,  · Domestic Violence, Past and Present. Anna Clark (bio) Marriage and Violence: The Early Modern Legacy. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, pp.

ISBN They defined wife beating as one extreme in a spectrum of male efforts to dominate women, and argued that rape was a crime of violence, not sex.

Wartime sexual violence is rape or other forms of sexual violence committed by combatants during armed conflict, war, or military occupation often as spoils of war; but sometimes, particularly in ethnic conflict, the phenomenon has broader sociological epapersjournal.icue sexual violence may also include gang rape and rape with objects.

It is distinguished from sexual harassment, sexual assaults. This dissertation examines representations of sexual violence in Jacobean and Caroline comedy.

While representations of rape in early modern tragedy have received considerable attention, criticism has largely overlooked the extent of sexual violence in early modern comedy – in part because comedy tends to represent sexual violence inAuthor: Erin Julian.

Oct 24,  · Buy A History of Rape: Sexual Violence in France from the 16th to the 20th Century by Georges Vigarello (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible epapersjournal.icu: Georges Vigarello. The book reports on the first epidemiological study of male sexual victimization in Europe, challenges the prevailing stereotype of gay men as sexual predators, covers the topic of male rape in prisons, examines the link between early sexual victimization and later perpetration, describes how victims of sexual torture attempt to process and.

There are many different theories explaining the Causes of sexual epapersjournal.icu theories that will be discussed in this article include military conquest, socioeconomics, anger, power, sadism, traits, ethical standards, laws, and evolutionary pressures that lend some explanation to the causes of sexual violence (such as rape, molestation, sexual harassment, stalking, incest, etc.).

Sexual abuse-sexual violence may include:: forcing a partner to perform sexual acts, telling the partner that she asked for sexual abuse, and rape. Emotional and psychological abuse-: verbal abuse such as calling of names, criticizing, play mind games, humiliating the partner, reinforcing internalized homophobia, and creating forced stress.Jan 13,  · As Greenstadt notes, 'Tertullian was not alone in depicting the "public exposure" of a virgin as an erotic gesture that made women responsible for their own sexual violation' (p.

20). In Greenstadt's view, the literary theme of rape, and the discourse of rape and wider notions of feminine gendering, underpinned Early Modern authorial anxieties.Aug 31,  · Rape is not 'sex', and 'broken hearts' don't cause murder.

Women are dying – and language matters A year after Jill Meagher was murdered, Tracy Connelly was epapersjournal.icu: Jane Gilmore.