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Modernism and Perversion: Sexual Deviance in Sexology and Literature, 1850-1930 e-book

Author:

A. Schaffner

Language:

English

Category:

Fiction

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Genre Fiction

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1964 kb

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Rating:

4.9

Publisher:

Palgrave Macmillan; 2012 edition (November 22, 2011)

Pages:

315

ISBN:

0230231624

Modernism and Perversion: Sexual Deviance in Sexology and Literature, 1850-1930 e-book

by A. Schaffner


Charting the construction of sexual perversions in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century medical, psychiatric and psychological discourse, Schaffner argues that sexologists' preoccupation with these perversions was . .

Charting the construction of sexual perversions in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century medical, psychiatric and psychological discourse, Schaffner argues that sexologists' preoccupation with these perversions was a response to specifically modern concerns, and illuminates the role of literary. Sexual Deviance in Sexology and Literature, 1850-1930.

Modernism and Perversion:. has been added to your Cart. ANNA KATHARINA SCHAFFNERteaches Comparative Literature and is Co-Director of the Centre for Modern European Literature at the University of Kent, UK. Her publications include a monograph on avant-garde poetry entitled Sprachzerlegung in historischer Avantgardelyrik und konkreter Poesie (2007) and articles on Dada, David Lynch, Franz Kafka, Frank Schulz, Richard von Krafft-Ebing and Thomas Mann.

Book synopsis: English Literary Sexology explores how sexology - the structured theorisation of sex - emerged and was transmitted across linguistic and disciplinary boundaries between the 1860s and the 1930s.

Book synopsis: English Literary Sexology explores how sexology - the structured theorisation of sex - emerged and was transmitted across linguistic and disciplinary boundaries between the 1860s and the 1930s

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Charting the construction of sexual perversions in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century medical, psychiatric and psychological discourse, Schaffner argues that sexologists' preoccupation with these perversions was a response to specifically modern concerns, and illuminates the role o.

Charting the construction of sexual perversions in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century medical, psychiatric and psychological discourse, Schaffner argues that sexologists' preoccupation with these perversions was a response to specifically modern concerns, and illuminates the role of literary texts in the formation of sexological knowledge"- Modernism and Perversion. Series Title Publisher. Palgrave MacMillan UK, Palgrave MacMillan.

book by Anna Katharina Schaffner. Charting the construction of sexual perversions in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century medical, psychiatric and psychological discourse, Schaffner argues that sexologists' preoccupation with these perversions was a response to specifically modern concerns, and illuminates the role of literary texts in the formation of sexological knowledge.

Sexual Deviance in Sexology and Literature, 1850-1930

Sexual Deviance in Sexology and Literature, 1850-1930. Shipped in 8 to 10 working days. Focusing on the interdisciplinary exchanges between literature and sexology, Schaffner illuminates the pivotal role these modernists played in re-evaluating the perversions and paving the way for the transformation of the idea of sexual deviance into that of sexual difference.

Schaffner, Anna Katharina. Modernism and Perversions: Sexual Deviance in Sexology and Literature, 1850-1930. New York: Palgrave 2011. Sexology in Culture: Labeling Bodies and Desires. Ed. Lucy Bland and Laura Doan. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1998. The Collected Poems of Stevie Smith. NY: Oxford, 1976 Stein, Gertrude.

Anna Katharina Schaffner is reader in comparative literature and medical humanities at the University of Kent. She has published on the histories of sexuality and psychoanalysis, modernist literature, and the avant-garde. Her most recent book is Modernism and Perversion: Sexual Deviance in Sexology and Literature, 1850–1930 (2012).

Charting the construction of sexual perversions in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century medical, psychiatric and psychological discourse, Schaffner argues that sexologists' preoccupation with these perversions was a response to specifically modern concerns, and illuminates the role of literary texts in the formation of sexological knowledge.

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