Sexual Violence in History: A Bibliography

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First published: August 8, 2020 - Last updated: July 1, 2023


Speaker: Jennifer Ashley Zenovich

Title: Properties of Postsocialist Sexual Violence

Subtitle: A Feminist Autoethnography of Rape, Resistance, and Coalition

Conference: 38th Annual Conference of the National Women's Studies Association: Forty Years after Combahee: Feminist Activists Engage the Movement for Black Lives (November 16-19, 2017) - Online Program

Session: 047. Beyond Resilency: Sexual Violence & The State (Moderator: Shari Valentine)

Place: Baltimore, Maryland, United States

Date: November 17, 2017

Language: English

Keywords: Modern History: 20th Century, 21st Century | European History: Bosnian History | Prosecution: Trials / International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia Types: Wartime Sexual Violence / Bosnian War


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Abstract: »This feminist autoethnography locates property ownership, both symbolic and material, as a necessary political site for transnational feminist coalition. I analyze testimony of rape survivors from the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in tandem with my autoethnographic account of rape in Montenegro to critique the relationship of sexual violence and gendered property ownership. This research essay develops a transnational feminist theory of property resistant to the dual oppressions of capitalism and patriarchy. I ask: what equality is possible when we center property ownership in the feminist analysis of the nation, male domination, and sexual violence?« (Source: National Women's Studies Association)

Publication: Zenovich, Jennifer. Property, Postsocialism, and Post-Yugoslav Identity: A Feminist Communication Performance Ethnography. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Massachusetts at Amherst: Chapter 5. - Bibliographic Entry: Info

Wikipedia: History of Europe: History of Bosnia and Herzegovina / Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina | Court: International court / International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia | Sex and the law: Rape / Wartime sexual violence | War: Bosnian War / Rape during the Bosnian War