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Children and sexuality : the Greeks to the Great War

Children and sexuality : the Greeks to the Great War / edited by George Rousseau.
New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.
371 p. ; 23 cm.
<Publisher description> <Table of contents only> <Contributor biographical information>
Other contributors
Rousseau, George.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Juvenile crime, aggression and abuse in fifth-century Athens : a case study / Michael Vickers and Daphne Nash Briggs, responses by Josephine Crawley Quinn and Alfonso Moreno
  • Incest between adults and children in the Medieval world / Elizabeth Archibald, response by Elisabeth Dutton
  • 'Under-age' sexual activity in Reformation Geneva / William G. Naphy, responses by Tom Betteridge and Nick Davidson
  • Privilege, power and sexual abuse in Georgian Oxford / George Rousseau, response by Tim Hitchcock
  • 'You have made me tear the veil from those most secret feelings' : John Addington Symonds amidst the children / George Roussau, response by Katherine D. Watson
  • Platonic dons, adolescent bodies : Benjamin Jowett, John Addington Symonds, Walter Pader / Stefano Evangelista, response by Richard Dellamora
  • The nineteenth-century photographic likeness and the body of the child / Lindsay Smith, response by Lawrence Gasquet
  • Victorian girlhood : eroticizing the maternal, maternalizing the erotic : same-sex relations between girls, c. 1880-1920 / Alison Hennegan, response by Josephine McDonagh
  • At once a-sexual and anal : Baden-Powell and the boy scouts / Elleke Boehmer, response by Mark Harrison
  • Child sexual abuse - an anthropological perspective / Heather Montgomery.
Kinsey subjects
Sex behavior--Children--Europe. Child victims. Pedophilia--Europe. Pedophilia in literature. Sex customs--Europe.
Subject headings
Europe--Social life and customs. Europe--Moral conditions.
0230525261 (alk. paper) 9780230525269 (alk. paper)


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535.1 C544 2007
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