5 edition of Sexual Cultures in Europe found in the catalog.
by Manchester University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Franz X. Eder (Editor), Lesley A. Hall (Editor), Gert Hekma (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||261|
This month's feature delves into our history of defining sexual health, and into all of the manifold considerations that go into that process. If you've already read our feature, you've seen that this history shows a clear evolution in thinking, an evolution in which sexuality has finally begun to be seen as an integral part of overall health and well-being. Sexual Cultures in Europe, Volume II: Themes in Sexuality (Sexual Cultures of Europe) by Franz X. Eder(Editor) Lesley Hall(Editor) Gert Hekma(Editor) Paperback | Manchester University Press | Pub. Date: ISBN: | ISBN
The European Middle Ages are especially interesting because it’s a culture that was in many ways very different from ours, and yet in many ways it is also the same. Modern Western culture is descended from Medieval European culture, and so we have inherited a lot of their ideas but we use them very differently. Among Indigenous peoples of the Americas prior to European colonization, a number of Nations had respected ceremonial and social roles for homosexual, bisexual, and gender-nonconforming individuals in their communities; in many contemporary Native American and First Nations communities, these roles still exist. While each Indigenous culture has their own names for these individuals, a modern.
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European sexual cultures were widely diverse, partly as a result of the great religious divides, different legal systems, and different economic patterns.
However, there were some strands of common experience--the reaction to the Enlightenment, the Western influence on the South and East, the hybridization of populations, and sexual fantasy and Format: Paperback.
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2)Format: Paperback. Sexual Cultures in Europe: Themes in sexuality - Google Books This exciting and innovative new volume overviews the key themes in the history of European sexual cultures, including religion and.
This unique volume brings together for the first time studies of the sexual cultures of all the major European countries -- including France, Germany, Russia, Italy, Spain, Britain and the Netherlands -- to focus on their commonalities and differences.
European sexual cultures were widely diverse, partly as a result of the great religious divides, different legal systems, and different. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: Based on papers originally discussed at the workshop conference "Sexual cultures of Europe,June An international team of scholars chart the history of sexuality in Europe and focus on the commonalities and differences between the countries.
European sexual cultures were widely diverse as a result of religious divides, different legal systems and economic patterns. Aimed at undergraduates in the History of Sexuality and the 20th century. Sexual Cultures in Europe book of Sexuality' highlights the key historical moments and issues: pederasty and cultures of male passivity in ancient Greece and Rome; the impact of early Christianity and ideals of renunciation on the sexual cultures of late antiquity; the sustained existence of homosexual cultures in medieval and renaissance Europe; the "invention Cited by: 9.
Buy Sexual Cultures - National Histories: National Histories v. 1 (Sexual Cultures of Europe) by Eder, Franz X., Hall, Lesley A., Hekma, Gert (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Paperback. Human sexuality probably always has had political implications, from the case of Lysistrata, the fifth‐century B.C.E.
character in a comedy by Aristophanes who organized the women of Athens and Sparta to withhold sex from their husbands and lovers until they agreed to end the wearying Peloponnesian War; to modern cases of sexual bribery Author: Phillips Stevens. Challenging the way the Middle Ages have been treated in general histories of sexuality, Sexuality in Medieval Europe shows how views at the time were conflicted and complicated; there was no single medieval attitude towards sexuality any more than there is one modern ng on marital sexual activity, as well as behavior that was seen as transgressive, the chapters cover such Cited by: Book Description.
The Routledge Companion to Media, Sex and Sexuality is a vibrant and authoritative exploration of the ways in which sex and sexualities are mediated in modern media and everyday life. The 40 chapters in this volume offer a snapshot of the remarkable diversification of approaches and research within the field, bringing together a wide range of scholars and researchers from.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. It is often said that the past is a f /5(5). Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by by: Across the globe, behaviors that can be considered sexual activity lie on a massive spectrum.
This spectrum exists as a result of some societies tendencies to promote and incorporate sexuality into their culture while others tend to suppress it. Before exploring different types of sexuality through various cultures, it is critical to be able to identify what a culture is.
I'm a European (an Englishman) who spent a number of years working for a US publisher. Whenever we were publishing a book about the Second World War my US colleagues were adamant that the book cover should feature a prominent Swastika. In the USA.
Sexuality Education in Europe and Central Asia: State of the Art and Recent Developments, BZgA 5 Sexuality education, which ideally should be comprehensive as well as age- and development-appropriate, is a crucial factor in protecting the health and well-being of children and young people as well as supporting them in their sexual and overall.
Sexual cultures have changed enormously in the 20th century. We have greater sexual equality than ever before and homosexuality has shifted from being a crime, a sin, and a disease to an acknowledged and sometimes legally sanctioned variation.
However, many sexual practices remain controversial, even demonized. The sexual revolution, psychoanalysis, changes in the law, medical. SEXUALITY: SEXUAL RITES IN EUROPE Religiously motivated sexual rites date back to the early years of humanity's existence.
Since the beginning of farming, the woman's sacral position shifted into the foreground and her secret fertility has been compared with that of the earth, as the planting of the field has been compared to the sexual act. India played a significant role in the history of sex, from writing one of the first literatures that treated sexual intercourse as a science, to in modern times being the origin of the philosophical focus of new-age groups' attitudes on sex.
It may be argued that India pioneered the use of sexual education through art and literature. As in many societies, there was a difference in sexual. At its most basic level, sex is a fundamental human behaviour that transcends all boundaries.
But in today’s world of shifting cultural and geographical complexities, sex has taken on new meaning for adults from a variety of backgrounds.Kraakman. Dorelies. “Pornography in Western European Culture.” Comstock Law (United States) December 4 Sex/Work [Book review due] Walkowitz, Judith.
“Male Vice and Female Virtue: Feminism and the Politics of Prostitution in Nineteenth-Century Britain.” Johnston, Susan.A brief cultural history of sex Some things never change but sex isn't one of them. Marcus Field looks back on some surprising episodes in the centuries-long evolution of Western sexual attitudes.