Sexual Violence in History: A Bibliography
compiled by Stefan Blaschke
[Info] Ahn, Yonson. Whose Comfort? Body, Sexuality and Identities of Korean 'Comfort Women' and Japanese Soldiers during WWII 2019.[Info] Amin, Raid, et al. »Geographical Clusters of Rape in the United States: 2000-2012.« Statistics and Public Policy 2 (2015): 87-92.
[Info] Hogwood, Jemma, et al. »"I Learned Who I Am": Young People Born From Genocide Rape in Rwanda and Their Experiences of Disclosure.« Journal of Adolescent Research 33 (2018): 549-570.
[Info] Park, Jee Hoon, et al. »Korean Survivors of the Japanese "Comfort Women" System: Understanding the Lifelong Consequences of Early Life Trauma.« Journal of Gerontological Social Work 59 (2016): 332-348.
[Info] Scully, Moira. The Rebirth of Rape: Tracing Ovidian Rape Motifs with Respect to Bernini's Pluto and Persephone as a Piece of Classical Reception. M.A. Thesis, University of Waterloo, 2021.
[Info] Ahn, Yonson. »Yearning for affection: Traumatic bonding between Korean 'comfort women' and Japanese soldiers during World War II.« European Journal of Women's Studies 26 (2018): 360-374.
[Info] Anderson, David M., et al. »The Prosecution of Rape in Wartime: Evidence from the Mau Mau Rebellion, Kenya 1952-60.« Law and History Review (February 26, 2018): 267-294.
[Info] Andersson, Ulrika, et al. »Vulnerability, Agency and the Ambivalence of Place in Narratives of Rape in Three High-Profile Swedish Cases.« NORA 26 (2018): 197-209.
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