Sexual Violence in History: A Bibliography

compiled by Stefan Blaschke


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Start: Topical Index: Victims: Physical Consequences: Abortion:

Victims: Physical Consequences:

[Site] A f r i c a n   H i s t o r y

[Site] South African History

[Info] Bradford, Helen. »'You Call That Democracy?': Struggles over Abortion in South Africa since the 1960s.« University of the Witwatersrand History Workshop. Johannesburg 1994.

[Site] A m e r i c a n   H i s t o r y

[Site] Brazilian History

[Info] Machado, Marta R., et al. »The Battle Over Abortion Rights in Brazil's State Arenas, 1995-2006.« Health and Human Rights Journal 19 (2017): 119-131.

[Site] U.S. History

[Info] Bojanic, Antonio N. »An Analysis of Abortion Patterns for White and Non-White Women in the United States, 1973 to 2008.« Journal of Policy Practice 14 (2015): 58-75.

[Site] A si a n   H i s t o r y

[Site] Chinese History

[Info] Tsang, Carol. »Whose Body Is It? The Politics of Abortion in Late Colonial Hong Kong.« Annual Conference of the Association for Asian Studies. Seattle 2024.

[Site] Japanese History

[Info] Roebuck, Kristin A. »Rape, Race, and Eugenic Abortion in Occupied Japan.« Annual Conference of the Association for Asian Studies. Seattle 2024.

[Info] Yamamoto, Meyu. »Child of the Other: Wartime Sexual Violence and the Japanese Repatriation Support Policies after the Second World War.« XVIII ISA World Congress of Sociology. Yokohama 2014.

[Site] E u r o p e a n   H i s t o r y

[Site] English History

[Info] Brookes, Barbara, et al. »Rex v. Bourne and the medicalization of abortion.« Legal Medicine in History. Edited by Michael Clark et al. Cambridge 1994: 314-343.

[Site] German History

[Info] Anselm, Reiner. Jüngstes Gericht und irdische Gerechtigkeit. Protestantische Ethik und die deutsche Strafrechtsreform. Stuttgart 1994.

[Info] Carron, Danielle. »Beseitigt: Abortion as a Response to Rape in post-WWII Germany.« 26th International Conference of Europeanists. Madrid 2019.

[Info] Riemann, Doris. "Ich dachte, ich bin ihresgleichen und ich war dann immer ganz jemand anderes". Das Leben von Pfarrfrauen in der hannoverschen Landeskirche bis Anfang der 1970er Jahre im Licht sozialtechnischer Modernisierung. Åbo 2014.

[Info] Satjukow, Silke, et al. »Bankerte!« Besatzungskinder in Deutschland nach 1945. Frankfurt/Main 2015.

[Site] Hungarian History

[Info] Peto, Andrea, et al. »Nationalism, Pronatalism, and the Guild of Gynecology: The Complex Legacy of Abortion Regulation in Hungary.« Central European History (April 2, 2024).

[Site] Irish History

[Info] Earner-Byrne, Lindsey, et al. The Irish Abortion Journey, 1920-2018. Cham 2019.

[Site] Polish History

[Info] Zok, Michael. »Wider die „angeborene und nationale Mission der Frau“? Gesellschaftliche Auseinandersetzungen um Abtreibungen in Polen seit der Entstalinisierung.« Zeitschrift für Ostmitteleuropa-Forschung 68 (2019): 249-278.