9 edition of Homosexuality in early modern France found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 229-250) and index.
|Statement||edited by Jeffrey Merrick, Bryant T. Ragan, Jr.|
|Contributions||Merrick, Jeffrey., Ragan, Bryant T., 1960-|
|LC Classifications||HQ76.3.F8 H645 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 256 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||256|
|LC Control Number||99087275|
("The Regulation of Male Homosexuality in Revolutionary and Napoleonic France, ," in Homosexuality in Modern France, edited by Jeffrey Merrick and Bryant T. Ragan, Jr. p. 82) In Philadelphia the newspaper editor William Cobbett, alias Peter Porcupine. The Early Modern Age: Christian Europe wages its greatest assault upon homosexuality to date while the practice remains silently tolerated in the Muslim world. Expeditions into sub-Saharan Africa, the New World and the South Seas reveal an astonishing acceptance of homosexuality and crossdressing among the indigenous people there.
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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 : $ Based on archival research textual analysis, Homosexuality in Modern France examines the realities and representations of same-sex sexuality in France in the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries, the period that witnessed the emergence of "homosexuality" in the modern sense of the by: Abstract.
A historical dictionary of early modern France published in has entries for ‘Love’ (courtship and marriage), ‘Sexuality’ (premarital and extra-conjugal sex, masturbation and rape), and ‘Sexual Deviancies’ (prostitution and homosexuality). 1 This classification of homosexuality as deviant in a work of scholarship testifies to the negative attitude toward non Cited by: 2.
Homosexuality in Early Modern France examines how the themes of same-sex relations were used in discussions of religious, political, and social issues, and it provides an excellent vantage point from which to begin discussions of the representation and experiences of men and women involved in same-sex relations in early modern France.
Homosexuality in French History and Culture book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Deconstruct changing representations of homose /5. This volume explores the realities and representations of same-sex sexuality in France in the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries, the period that witnessed the emergence of homosexuality in the modern sense of the word.
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.
Little is known of female homosexuality in antiquity. Sappho, born on the island of Lesbos, was included by later Greeks in the canonical list of nine lyric adjectives deriving from her name and place of birth (sapphic and lesbian) came to be applied to female homosexuality beginning in the 19th 's poetry centers on passion and love for various personages and both genders.
In the book’s final essay, Harriette Andreadis does not address the early modern sciences of homosexuality but issues a call to arms for cultural historians, arguing that by losing sight of the difference between the ‘sexual’ and the ‘erotic’, and by collapsing the latter into the former, we ‘postmodern’ scholars and critics have.
The Western scientifi c antecedents of homosexuality date from antiquity, and yet much of that sexual archaeology remains unknown. The early modern period has particular interest for. Christian leaders have written about homosexual male–male sexual activities since the first decades of Christianity; female–female sexual behaviour was almost entirely ignored.
Throughout the majority of Christian history most theologians and Christian denominations have viewed homosexual behavior as immoral or sinful. However, in the 20th century some prominent theologians and Christian. This work is a volume of translated documents about male and female homosexuality in France from the Renaissance to the Revolution.
The authors use a variety of materials and present everything from the arrest records of men accused of sodomy to the writings of Voltaire, Montesquieu, and Diderot.
Homosexuality in Modern France should probably be regarded as the book in which gay and lesbian studies in modern French history "come of age" and confidently display their range, The volume will be immensely useful not only for students of early modern France who do not know enough French to read the sources, but also for scholars who do Price: $ by Luke Wayne 9/19/ The early churches were greatly concerned about sexual morality and maintaining purity in their midst.
They saw it as the natural outflow of repentance and faith in Christ that a people devoted to the gospel would also be a people who turned away from sinful indulgence of the flesh and who were self-controlled and faithful to God's design for human sexuality.
This chapter examines the history of the regulation of male homosexuality in France during the period from to Consensual sexual relations between adults of the same sex has been legal in France for two centuries and this is usually attributed to the influence of Jean-Jacques-Régis de Cambacérès as second consul and then arch chancellor under Napoleon Bonaparte's.
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Homosexuality in early modern France was shaped by the political impera-tives of absolute monarchy, and despite the efforts of officialdom to quash it, homosexuality found a way. In part, official repression was unlikely to succeed because homosexu.
ality was evidently a. 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. Kenneth Borris, who also edited The Sciences of Homosexuality in Early Modern Europe, explains the science pertaining to physiognomies. Physiognomics was used “ to denote the full range of early modern endeavors to interpret bodily features as signs of personal characteristics, health, fortune, conditions of life and death, and future.
Islamic law explicitly denounces homosexuality and the practice of homosexuality is a crime in many Islamic countries, including Iran and Saudi Arabia. Although the Presbyterian Church’s governing body has not explicitly addressed the issue of gay marriage, the church issued a ruling in prohibiting the ordination of homosexuals.
This book explores the realities and representations of same-sex sexuality in France in the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries, the period that witnessed the emergence of “homosexuality” in the modern sense of the word.
Based on archival research and textual analysis, the chapters examine the development of homosexual subcultures and illustrate the ways in which philosophers, pamphleteers.Homosexuality in Early Modern France: A Documentary Collection By Jeffrey Merrick; Bryant T. Ragan Jr. Oxford University Press, PS PRIMARY SOURCE A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic.
A Modern Controversy Over Ancient Homosexuality Ina gay historian’s book about Catholic Church-approved homosexuality enraged both gays and Catholics. France.