Rape in Wartime

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ISBN-13:
9781137283399
Einband:
eBook
Seiten:
237
Autor:
R. Branche
Serie:
Genders and Sexualities in History
eBook Typ:
PDF
eBook Format:
eBook
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Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
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This collection offers a new reflection on rape in war time through 15 case studies, ranging from Greece to Nigeria. It questions the specificity of rape as a universal transgression, its place in memories of war, its legacies, including children born from rape, and the challenge of writing about intimate violence as both a scientist and a human.
Acknowledgements Notes on Contributors Writing about Rape in Wartime; R.Branche , I.Delpla , J.Horne , P.Lagrou , D.Palmieri F.Virgili Categorizing Rape in the Military Law of Modern Russia; M.G.Muravyeva The Unquestioned Crime. Sexual Violence by German Soldiers during the 'War of Annihilation' in the Soviet Union 1941-45; R.Mühlhäuser The Victimization of the Body and the Body Politic during the Greek Civil War, 1945-1949; K.Stefatos Mass Rape and the Inscription of Gendered and Racial Domination during the Bangladesh War of 1971; N.Mookherjee Rape, Blaming the Victim and Social Control in Paramilitary Enclaves: An Approach to the Case of Colombia; N.Suarez Bonilla After 'Teutonic Fury', ''Belgian Fury'? Fact and Fiction in the Revenge of Belgian Soldiers in the Rhineland (1923); A.Godfroid The Practices of War, Terror and Imagination: Moor Troops and Rapes during the Spanish Civil War; M.Joly Promising Rape: Private Militias against Maoist Guerrillas in the State of Bihar (India); A.Soucaille The Weight of Imagination: Rapes and the Legend of Women Snipers in Chechnya; A.Regamey Breaking the Silence: New Approaches to the Consequences of Rape in some African Conflicts, 1994-2008; N.Puechguirbal The Body that Writes: Reflections on the Process of Writing about Wartime Rape Avoidance in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict; T.Nitsan The Nigerian Civil War of 1967 and the Stigmatization of Children Born of Rape Victims in Edo State; A.D.Ikuomola 'Special Decisions' Children Born as the Result of German Rape and Handed over to Public Assistance during the Great War (1914-1918); A.Rivière The Russians and Germans: Rape during the War and Post-Soviet Memories; N.M.Naimark Index
This collection offers a new reflection on rape in war time through 15 case studies, ranging from Greece to Nigeria. It questions the specificity of rape as a universal transgression, its place in memories of war, its legacies, including children born from rape, and the challenge of writing about intimate violence as both a scientist and a human.

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