Sexual Violence in History: A Bibliography

compiled by Stefan Blaschke


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[Info] Aleksanyan, Anna. »The Gender Issue. The Dilemma of Re-Armenization of the Women After the Genocide.« ??????????????? ???????? No. 5 (2014): 62-73.

[Info] Aleksanyan, Anna. »Ritualized Rapes and Body Destruction of the Armenian Women during the Genocide.« 42nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Armenian Studies. Boston 2016.

[Info] Aleksanyan, Anna. »Ritualized Rapes and Body Destruction of the Armenian Women during the Genocide.« War and Sexual Violence. New York 2016.

[Info] Bell, Kristin A. Victims' Voices: Sexual Violence in the Armenian and Rwandan Genocides. Ph.D. Thesis, Northeastern University, 2014.

[Info] Bjørnlund, Matthias. »‘A Fate Worse Than Dying’: Sexual Violence during the Armenian Genocide.« Brutality and Desire: War and Sexuality in Europe’s Twentieth Century. Edited by Dagmar Herzog. Basingstoke 2009: 16-58.

[Info] Derderian, Katharine. »Common Fate, Different Experience: Gender-Specific Aspects of the Armenian Genocide, 1915-1917.« Holocaust and Genocide Studies 19 (2005): 1-25.

[Info] Edgren, Monika. »Sexuellt våld i vittnessberättelser om massakern på armenier 1915-1916.« Scandia 78 (1997): 87-117.

[Info] Ekmekcioglu, Lerna. »Approaching the Unfortunate Sister and Her Child: Sexual Violence as a Boundary Maker during and after the Armenian Genocide.« 35th Anniversary Conference of the Society for Armenian Studies. Los Angeles 2009.

[Info] Ekmekcioglu, Lerna. »To Collect Is to Recollect: Sexualized Violence in the First Survivor Testimonies after the 1915 Armenian Genocide.« Beyond Testimony and Trauma: Oral History in the Aftermath of Mass Violence. Montréal 2012.

[Info] Ekmekcioglu, Lerna. »A Climate for Abduction, a Climate for Redemption: The Politics of Inclusion during and after the Armenian Genocide.« Comparative Studies in Society and History 55 (2013): 522-553.

[Info] Ekmekçio?lu, Lerna. »Historical Discourses of Muslim rape of Christian women.« World War I and the Arts: Sound, Vision, Psyche. Cincinnati 2014.

[Info] Ekmekçio?lu, Lerna. »K?z Kaç?rma ve K?z Kurtarma: Birinci Dünya Sava?? S?ras?nda ve Mütareke Y?llar?nda ?stanbul’da Ermenilik ve Müslümanl?k.« Toplum ve Bilim No. 129 (2014): 223-255.

[Info] Ekmekçio?lu, Lerna. »Sexual Trauma and the Armenian Genocide.« World War I and the Arts: Sound, Vision, Psyche. Cincinnati 2014.

[Info] Ekmekcioglu, Lerna. »Arevankumi yev Azadakrumi Mtnolord: Gineru yev Manugneru Nerkravman Kaghakaganutyune Hayots Tseghasbanutyan Entatskin U Ange Yedk.« Haykazian Hayagitakan Handes 35 (2015): 327-374.

[Info] Jinks, Rebecca, et al. »Breaking the Silence: Gender and Genocide.« The Wiener Library for the Study of the Holocaust and Genocide. London 2017.

[Info] Kennedy, Ellen J. »Women and Genocide: Ending Impunity for Sexual Violence.« Alleviating World Suffering: The Challenge of Negative Quality of Life. Edited byRonald E. Anderson. Cham 2017: 319-334.

[Info] Nabti, Najwa. »Legacy of Impunity: Sexual Violence against Armenian Women and Girls during the Genocide.« The Armenian Genocide Legacy. Edited by Alexis Demirdjian. Houndsmills 2016: 118-133.

[Info] Pet?, Andrea. »Breaking Gendered Silences: Lessons Learned from the Holocaust in Hungary and the Armenian Genocide.« Gender, Memory and Genocide: An International Conference Marking 100 Years Since the Armenian Genocide. Berlin 2016.

[Info] Tachjian, Vahé. »Gender, nationalism, exclusion: The reintegration process of female survivors of the Armenian genocide.« Nations and Nationalism 15 (2009): 60-80.