Sexual Violence in History: A Bibliography

compiled by Stefan Blaschke

Introduction

+ Aims & Scope

+ Structure

+ History


Announcements

+ Updates

+ Calls for Papers

+ New Lectures

+ New Publications


Alphabetical Index

+ Author Index

+ Speaker Index


Chronological Index

+ Ancient History

+ Medieval History

+ Modern History


Geographical Index

+ African History

+ American History

+ Asian History

+ European History

+ Oceanian History


Topical Index

+ Prosecution

+ Cases

+ Types

+ Offenders

+ Victims

+ Society

+ Research

+ Representations


Resources

+ Institutions

+ Literature Search

+ Research

Start: Topical Index: Types: Wartime Sexual Violence: th Century:

Types: Wartime Sexual Violence:
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[Info] Akhter, Fahmida. Fragmented memory, incomplete history: Women and nation in war films of Bangladesh. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Essex, 2017.

[Info] Chowdhury, Elora H. »When Sex and Violence Meet: Women’s Agency and Transformative Politics in Rubaiyat Hossain’s Meherjaan.« Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association. Boston 2013.

[Info] Chowdhury, Elora H. »When Love and Violence Meet: Women's Agency and Transformative Politics in Rubaiyat Hossain's MeherjaanHypatia (August 10, 2015).

[Info] Chowdhury, Elora H. »Ethical Reckoning: Gender, Vulnerability and Agency in Bangladeshi Liberation War Film.« Annual Meeting of the National Women's Studies Association. San Francisco 2019.

[Info] Fitzsimons-Quail, Alice. »Who is speaking? co-option, authority, and envisioning the nation: Women and narratives of sexual violence in conflict.« South Asianist 3 (2015): 24-52.

[Info] Habiba, Shumi U. »Mass Rape and Violence in the 1971 Armed Conflict of Bangladesh: Justice and Other Issues.« Common Grounds: Violence Against Women in War and Armed Conflict Situations. Edited by Indai L. Sajor. Quezon City 1998: 257-267.

[Info] Hatfield, Clare. »Drawing Boundaries on Bodies: The Use of Sexual Violence as a Tactic of War in the Sub-continent.« Annual Convention of the International Studies Association. New Orleans 2010.

[Info] Heineman, Elizabeth. »Women, War, and the Making of Bangladesh: Remembering 1971.« New Books in Gender Studies (2011).

[Info] Ishtiyaque, Farah. »Silencing the Women: Violence through Rape in the 1971 War of Liberation.« Women and Genocide: Gendered Experience of Violence, Survival, and Resistance. Edited by JoAnn DiGeorgia-Lutz et al. Toronto 2016: 103-134.

[Info] Kabir, Shahriar, ed. Tormenting Seventy One: An account of Pakistan army's atrocities during Bangladesh liberation war of 1971. Dhaka 1999.

[Info] Kamal, Sultana. »The 1971 genocide in Bangladesh and crimes committed against women.« Common grounds. Violence against women in war and armed conflict situations. Edited by Indai L. Sajor. Quezon City 1998: 268-281.

[Info] Mookherjee, Nayanika. »The womb and the absent skin: Sexual violence in the Bangladesh war and its gendered and racialised inscriptions.« Les viols en temps de guerre: une histoire à écrire - Rape in Wartime: A History to be Written. Paris 2009.

[Info] Mookherjee, Nayanika. ‘A lot of history’. Sexual violence, public memories and the Bangladesh Liberation War of 1971. Dissertation, University of London, 2002.

[Info] Mookherjee, Nayanika. »Gendered embodiments. Mapping the body-politic of the raped woman and the nation in Bangladesh.« Critical reflections on gender and the South Asian diaspora. Edited by Nirmal Puwar et al. Oxford 2003: 157-177.

[Info] Mookherjee, Nayanika. »My man (honour) is lost but I still gave my iman (principle). Sexual violence and articulations of masculinity.« South Asian masculinities. Edited by R. Chopra et al. New Dehli 2004: 131-159.

[Info] Mookherjee, Nayanika. »Muktir Gaan (Songs of Freedom), the raped woman and the migrant identities of the Bangladesh War.« Gender, conflict and migration. Edited by N.C. Behera. New Dehli 2006: 72-96.

[Info] Mookherjee, Nayanika. »‘Remembering to forget’. Public secrecy and memory of sexual violence in the Bangladesh war of 1971.« Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 12 (2006): 433-450.

[Info] Mookherjee, Nayanika. »Skewing the history of rape in 1971. A prescription for reconciliation?« Forum 1 (2006).

[Info] Mookherjee, Nayanika. »Gendered embodiments. Mapping the body-politic of the raped woman and the nation in Bangladesh.« Feminist review 88 (2008): 36-53.

[Info] Mookherjee, Nayanika. »« Héroïnes de guerre » et hommes oubliés de la guerre de libération du Bangladesh.« Viols en temps de guerre. Edited by Raphaëlle Branche et al. Paris 2011: 71-81.

[Info] Mookherjee, Nayanika. »The absent piece of skin: Gendered, racialized and territorial inscriptions of sexual violence during the Bangladesh war.« Modern Asian Studies 46 (2012): 1572-1601.

[Info] Mookherjee, Nayanika. »Mass Rape and the Inscription of Gendered and Racial Domination during the Bangladesh War of 1971.« Rape in Wartime. Edited by Raphaëlle Branche et al. Basingstoke 2012: 67-78.

[Info] Mookherjee, Nayanika. »Reproductive Heteronormativity and Sexual Violence in the Bangladesh War of 1971: A Discussion with Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak.« Social Text 30 (2012): 123-131.

[Info] Mookherjee, Nayanika. »Sensing Violent, Haunted Pasts: 'Feeling' the Raped Woman of the Bangladesh War of 1971.« 30th Annual Spring Symposium of the Center for South Asian Studies at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Honolulu 2013.

[Info] Mookherjee, Nayanika. »‘Forced Pregnancy’, Access to Reproductive Rights and its Bio-Political Modalities.« University of York. Heslington 2014.

[Info] Mookherjee, Nayanika. »The raped woman as a horrific sublime and the Bangladesh war of 1971.« Journal of Material Culture (September 16, 2015).

[Info] Mookherjee, Nayanika. The Spectral Wound: Sexual Violence, Public Memories and the Bangladesh War of 1971. Durham 2015.

[Info] Mookherjee, Nayanika. »The Spectral Wound: Sexual violence, public memories and the Bangladesh war of 1971.« Centre for Women, Peace and Security, London School of Economics and Political Science. London 2016.

[Info] Mookherjee, Nayanika. »The Spectral Wound: Sexual Violence, Public Memories and the Bangladesh War of 1971.« South Asia at the New York University. New York 2016.

[Info] Mookherjee, Nayanika. »Memory.« Visual Global Politics. Edited by Roland Bleiker. Abingdon 2018.

[Info] Ouassini, Anwar, et al. »“Kill 3 Million and the Rest Will Eat of Our Hands”: Genocide, Rape, and the Bangladeshi War of Liberation.« Genocide and Mass Violence in Asia: An Introductory Reader. Edited by Frank Jacob. Berlin 2019: 40-58.

[Info] Rashid, Azra. Naristhan/Ladyland: Gender, Nationalism and Genocide in Bangladesh. A Research-Creation Project. Ph.D. Thesis, Concordia University, 2016.

[Info] Rehman, Jessica L. Rape as Religious Terrorism and Genocide: The 1971 War Between East and West Pakistan. M.A. Thesis, California State University at Long Beach, 2012.

[Info] Saikia, Yasmin. »"They Were Human": Men, Women and Violence in 1971, East Pakistan.« The History of Sexual Violence in Conflict Zones. Iowa City 2006.

[Info] Saikia, Yasmin. »War as History, Humanity in Violence: Men, Women, and Memories of 1971, East Pakistan/Bangladesh.« Sexual Violence in Conflict Zones: From the Ancient World to the Era of Human Rights. Edited by Elizabeth D. Heineman. Philadelphia 2011: 152-169.

[Info] Saikia, Yasmin. Women, War, and the Making of Bangladesh: Remembering 1971. Durham 2011.

[Info] Sharlach, Lisa. »Rape as genocide. Bangladesh, the former Yugoslavia, and Rwanda.« New political science 22 (2000): 89-102.

[Info] Taylor, Laurie, et al. »Sexual violence in the Bangladeshi War of Independence.« Thinking Allowed. BBC 2017.