Sexual Violence in History: A Bibliography

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TITLE INFORMATION

Chair: Kimberly Hamlin

Panelists: Rose Stremlau, Hilary Green, Crystal Feimster, Catherine Jacquet, Anne Blaschke

Panel: Teaching the History of Sexual Violence in the Age of #MeToo

Conference: 116th Conference on American History of the Organization of American Historians (March 30 - April 2, 2023) Online Program

Place: Los Angeles, California

Date: April 1, 2023

Language: English

Keywords: Research: Teaching History



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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Chair: Kimberly Hamlin, Department of History, Miami University of Ohio Speakers's Personal Website

Panelists:
Anne Blaschke, American Studies Departmen, University of Massachusetts at Boston Academia.edu

Crystal Feimster, Department of African American Studies, Yale University

Hilary Nicole Green, Department of Gender and Race Studies, University of Alabama

Catherine Jacquet, Department of History, Louisiana State University

Rose Stremlau, History Department, Davidson College Speaker's Personal Website

Abstract: »Teaching the history of sexual violence is imperative on our campuses, especially as sexual violence continues to be a public health crisis for our students. Since activist and community scholar Tarana Burke coined the term #MeToo in 2006, increased attention to individual acts of violence and the societal patterns that enable them have prompted significant interest in this topic among students and the public. Participants in this roundtable will address key themes in the historical scholarship of sexual violence, strategies for including this content in classrooms, and suggestions for collaborative learning around the study of sexual violence.« (Source: Online Program)

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