Sexual Violence in History: A Bibliography

compiled by Stefan Blaschke


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I n f o r m a t i o n

»Carl Friedrich Wilhelm Großmann (13 December 1863 - 5 July 1922) was a German serial killer, sexual predator, and alleged cannibal, though it was never proven that he cannibalized his victims. He killed himself while awaiting the end of his trial without giving a full confession, leaving the extent of his crimes and motives largely unknown.« -- More information: Wikipedia

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Chronological Index: Modern History: 20th Century | Geographical Index: European History: German History | Topical Index: Types: Killing: Lust Murder

B i b l i o g r a p h y

I. Author Index

[Info] Aragon-Yoshida, Amber M. Lustmord and Loving the Other: A History of Sexual Murder in Modern Germany and Austria (1873-1932). Ph.D. Thesis, Washington University, 2011.

[Info] Elder, Sace. Murder Scenes: Normality, Deviance, and Criminal Violence in Weimar Berlin. Ann Arbor, 2010.

[Info] Elder, Sace. »Prostitutes, Respectable Women, and Women from "Outside": The Carl Grossmann Sexual Murder Case in Postwar Berlin« Crime and Criminal Justice in Modern Germany. Edited by Richard F. Wetzell. Oxford 2014: 185-206.

II. Speaker Index

[Info] Elder, Sace. »The Carl Grossmann Sexual Murder Case, 1921: Gender, Class, and Violent Crime in Weimar Berlin.« Twenty-Forth Annual Conference of the German Studies. Houston 2000.