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Sodomy in early modern Europe

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Published by Manchester University Press, Distributed exclusively in the USA by Palgrave in Manchester, U.K, New York, New York, N.Y., USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Male homosexuality -- Europe -- History,
  • Sodomy -- Europe -- History,
  • Homosexuality -- Europe -- Historiography,
  • Homosexuality -- Europe -- Philosophy,
  • Trials (Sodomy) -- Europe -- History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index

    Statementedited by Tom Betteridge
    SeriesStudies in early modern European history
    ContributionsBetteridge, Thomas
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ76.2.E9 S63 2002
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[ix], 173 p. :
    Number of Pages173
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17075951M
    ISBN 100719061148, 0719061156
    LC Control Number2002026563


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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Historians Kent Gerard and Gert Hekma make available--for the first time to an English-speaking audience--the best, most recent work on the history of male homosexuality in Early Modern Europe. The role of the male homosexual--during the pivotal era of to is thoroughly explored.

Sodomy in Early Modern Europe by Tom Betteridge (Editor) Be the first to review this item This fascinating collection of essays reflects closely the main areas of debate Sodomy in early modern Europe book gay historiography. Historians Kent Gerard and Gert Hekma make available--for the first time to an English-speaking audience--the best, most recent work on the history of male homosexuality in Early Modern Europe.

The role of the male homosexual--during the pivotal era of to is thoroughly explored. A wide-ranging group of authors offers relevant and fascinating material on sexual history and sexuality. Sodomy or buggery is generally anal or oral sex between people or sexual activity between a person and a non-human animal, but it may also mean any non-procreative sexual activity.

Originally, the term sodomy, which is derived from the story of Sodom and Gomorrah in the Book of Genesis, was commonly restricted to anal sex.

Sodomy laws in many countries criminalized the behavior. In the. Sodomy in Early Modern Europe is a collection of essays that reflect closely the main areas of debate within gay historiography. In particular, for the last twenty years scholars have questioned the nature of early modern sodomy.

Compared to the number of prosecutions for male sodomy, few cases of same-sex acts between women are known in early modern Europe.

In the Southern Netherlands however, no less than 25 women were charged with this crime between c. andwhich means that nearly one out of ten accused sodomites in the region was a by: 1. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Sodomy in Early Modern Europe at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5(1).

The relationship between sodomy and homosexuality has long been a source of debate for scholars of sexuality and queer studies. This collection of essays seeks to define the relationship between sexual behaviour and self-identification in early modern Europe. For early modern Spain see Cristian Berco, Sexual Hierarchies, Public Status: Men, Sodomy, and Society in Spain's Golden Age (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, ); and Mary Elizabeth Perry, "The 'Nefarious Sin' in Early Modern Seville," in The Pursuit of Sodomy: Male Homosexuality in Renaissance and Enlightenment Europe, ed.

Kent Gerard and. Book Description. The Sciences of Homosexuality in Early Modern Europe investigates early modern scientific accounts of same-sex desires and the shapes they assumed in everyday life. It explores the significance of those representations and interpretations from around tolong before the term homosexuality was coined and accrued its current range of cultural meanings.

“Visions of Sodom by H. Cocks redraws the map of a terrain many of us thought we knew well: the history of sodomy in early modern Europe.

What emerges powerfully from this beautifully conceived and densely textured study on England is that theology, prophecy, and millenarianism, with their histories, continued to matter well throughout the period. Historians Kent Gerard and Gert Hekma make available—for the first time to an English-speaking audience—the best, most recent work on the history of male homosexuality in Early Modern Europe.

The role of the male homosexual—during the pivotal era of Author: Kent Gerard. In Medieval Europe, attitudes toward homosexuality varied by era and region. Generally, by at least the twelfth century, homosexuality was considered sodomy and was punishable by death.

Before the Medieval period early Romans tolerated alternative sexual practices, such as masturbation in males and females and homosexuality. It is not the sodomite but the underling or servant who could not speak freely in early modern England.

Recent feminist thought has amply demonstrated complexities of power in the relations of gender and sexuality in the early modern period, and these complexities might be usefully applied to our understanding of male sodomy. Abstract. The life of a man, however modern he may be, is always a public event.

2 For some time the historiography of early modern masculinity has explored masculinity in spaces that produce it as normative, ranging from the battlefield to the court, from parliament to pulpit, from travel to conquest.

In early modern England (and Europe), these are spaces that enable masculine self Author: Goran V. Stanivukovic. The Pursuit of Sodomy: Male Homosexuality in Renaissance and Enlightenment Europe by Kent Gerard Overview - Historians Kent Gerard and Gert Hekma make available--for the first time to an English-speaking audience--the best, most recent work on the history of male homosexuality in Early Modern Europe.

The Body In Parts examines how the body--its organs, limbs, and viscera--were represented in the literature and culture of early modern Europe. Why did sixteenth- and seventeenth-century medical, religious, and literary texts so often imagine the body part by part.

What does this view of the human body tell us about social conceptions of part and whole, of individual and universal in the early. Maria Boes, ‘On Trial for Sodomy in Early Modern Germany’, in Tom Betteridge (ed.), Sodomy in Early Modern Europe (Manchester: Manchester University Press, ), 82Author: Jonas Roelens.

Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies () In this essay, I will disclose rhetorical strategies used to negotiate "female sodomy" in a legal document from the pre-Reformation Author: Jonas Roelens. Early Modern Europe to by M. Wiesner-Hanks Now in a second edition, this is a great textbook that can be bought cheaply second hand.

Material is presented in several ways and the whole thing is accessible. Same-Sex Intimacy in early modern Britain and Europe Alexandra Shepard Tom Betteridge (ed.), Sodomy in Early Modern Europe, Manchester University Press,x + pp., hbk £45, ISBN ; pbk £ Moulton, IFSodomy and the Lash: Sexualized Satire in the Renaissance.

in BA Hanawalt & A Grotans (eds), Living Dangerously: On the Margins in Medieval and Early Modern Europe. University of Notre Dame Press, Notre Dame, IN, pp.

Author: Ian Frederick Moulton. Close Readers: Humanism and Sodomy in Early Modern England By Alan Stewart Princeton: Princeton University Press, In the second chapter of his substantial archive of a book, Close Readers, Alan Stewart describes the work of John Leland, the scholar who traveled at Henry VIII's charge to monastic libraries "to compile an inventory of the books and their locations and from them.

Naphy, WGSodomy in early modern Geneva: various definitions, diverse verdicts. in T Betteridge (ed.), Sodomy & Sexual Deviance in Early Modern Europe. Manchester University Press, Manchester, United Kingdom, pp. Author: William Glen Naphy.

In Seeing Sodomy in the Middle Ages, Robert Mills explores the relationship between sodomy and motifs of vision and visibility in medieval culture, on the one hand, and those categories we today call gender and sexuality, on the other.

Challenging the view that ideas about sexual and gender dissidence were too confused to congeal into a Brand: University of Chicago Press.

Early modern Spain, which included the jointly ruled but still separate kingdoms of Aragon and Castile, fits the bill nicely for such a case study. 3 It was a patriarchal society with strong [End Page ] gender expectations that served as the basis for socioeconomic and corporate hierarchies in the context of a heterogeneous population, a.

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I am giving 'Early Modern Europe: An Oxford History' 5 stars because/5(21). Europe " Journal of Women's History 11 (Summer ): 7. Mark Jordan, The Invention Of Sodomy in Christian Theology (Chicago, ). Theo van der Meer, "Sodomy and the Pursuit of a Third Sex in the Early Modern Period," in Third Sex, Third Gender, ed.

Herdt, pp. ; idem, "Private Acts/Public. Homosexuality in Early Modern France is an edited volume of translated documents about male and female homosexuality in France from the Renaissance through the Revolution. It is the first documentary collection in English about homosexuality in any Continental country during the sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries.

The Sciences of Homosexuality in Early Modern Europe by Professor George S. Rousseau,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(3). This volume provides the first transnational overview of the relationship between translation and the book trade in early modern Europe.

Following an introduction to the theories and practices of translation in early modern Europe, and to the role played by translated books in driving and defining the trade in printed books, each chapter focuses on a different aspect of translated-book history.Alan Bray's Homosexuality in Renaissance England is a milestone work, one of those rare books that can be said to have virtually milestone work, one of those rare books that can be said to have virtually inaugurated a field of study--and one which remains a standard, comprehensive introduction to the subject.

Since it was first published in England inhowever, it has been difficult to."The place of sodomy in the historical writings of John Bale and John Foxe", in Betteridge, Tom (ed.), Sodomy in Early Modern Europe, Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press,pp.

Bingham, Caroline "Seventeenth century attitudes toward deviant sex", Journal of Interdisciplinary History 1 (),