2 edition of Bodies, sex and desire from the Renaissance to the present found in the catalog.
Bodies, sex and desire from the Renaissance to the present
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Kate Fisher and Sarah Toulalan|
|Series||Genders and sexualities in history series, Genders and sexualities in history|
|LC Classifications||HM636 .B565 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 275 p. :|
|Number of Pages||275|
|LC Control Number||2011029566|
“The 'Renaissance' West Butchered the Rest. If I had to choose between an erudite Aristotle and an unknown ‘soulless’ black slave I would choose the latter. The ascendancy of the West was on a heap of bodies of slaves and trampled humanity through colonization” ― . A Queer History of the United States abounds with startling examples of unknown or often ignored aspects of American history-the ineffectiveness of sodomy laws in the colonies, the prevalence of cross-dressing women soldiers in the Civil War, the impact of new technologies on LGBT life in the nineteenth century, and how rock music and popular.
Notes. Source: Bede, The Ecclesiastical History of the English Nation, translator not clearly indicated (But it seems to be L.C. Jane's Temple Classics translation), introduction by Vida D. Scudder, (London: J.M. Dent; New York E.P. Dutton, ) Book II, prepared for the Internet Medieval Sourcebook by. Alexander Pyle, [email protected] Book chapter Publication details Stephens, E , 'Touching bodies: tact/ility in nineteenth-century medical photographs and models', in K Fisher & S Toulalan (eds), Bodies, sex and desire from the renaissance to the present, Palgrave Macmillan, New York, pp. ISBN: Author: Elizabeth Stephens.
Bodies, sex and desire from the Renaissance to the present / edited by Kate Fisher and Sarah Toulalan. HM B The body / edited by Sean T. Sweeney and Ian Hodder. Europe saw such revolutionary cultural change between and that those who witnessed the transformations conceived of the period as a time of rebirth. Ideas and practices around sexuality were transformed as much as any other aspect of society. Religious change, the growth of empires, educational development, social mobility, the theater and the printing press, and medical advances all.
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An examination of how bodies and sexualities have been constructed, categorised, represented, diagnosed, experienced and subverted from the fifteenth to the early twenty-first century.
It draws attention to continuities in thinking about bodies and sex: concept may have changed, but hey nevertheless draw on older ideas and language.
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The Routledge History of Sex and the Body provides an overview of the main themes surrounding the history of sexuality from to the present day. The history of sex and the body is an expanding field in which vibrant debate on, for instance, the history of homosexuality, is developing.
This book examines the current scholarship and looks towards future directions across the field. Toulalan S. () ‘Unripe’ Bodies: Children and Sex in Early Modern England. In: Fisher K., Toulalan S. (eds) Bodies, Sex and Desire from the Renaissance to the Present.
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Her previous publications include, Bodies, sex and desire from the Renaissance to the Present co-edited with Sarah Toulalan (), Sex before the Sexual Revolution.
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This does not necessarily mean the person must actually be in a life-threatening situation, for many are aroused from dreams and fantasies of such. Read this book on Questia. Drawing on a variety of psychoanalytic approaches, ten critics engage in exciting discussions of the ways the "inner life" is depicted in the Renaissance and the ways it is shown to interact with the "external" social and economic spheres.
A Desired Past: A Short History of Same-Sex Love in America by Leila J. Rupp “With this book, Leila J. Rupp accomplishes what few scholars have even attempted: she combines a vast array of scholarship on supposedly discrete episodes in American history into an entertaining and entirely readable story of same-sex desire across the country and the centuries.”Author: Christina Orlando.
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Karen Harvey explores the construction of sexual difference and gender identity in eighteenth-century England. Using erotic texts and their illustrations, and rooting this evidence firmly in historical context, Harvey provides a thoroughgoing critique of the orthodoxy of work on sexual difference in the history of the body.
She argues that eighteenth-century English erotic culture combined a. #Menudetoo: naked bodies in the Renaissance explored at the Royal Academy of Arts and in three new publications Examining the many meanings—and inanities—ascribed to the unclothed human body.Contrary to the silence ascribed to lesbianism in the Renaissance, Traub argues that the early modern period witnessed an unprecedented proliferation of representations of such desire.
Valerie Traub analyzes the representation of female-female love, desire, and eroticism in a range of early modern discourses, including poetry, drama, visual /5.
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