Framing Premodern Desires

Framing Premodern Desires

Nakładem Amsterdam University Press ukazał się zbiór studiów pt. Framing Premodern Desires. Sexual Ideas, Attitudes, and Practices in Europe, pod red. Toma Linkinena, Satu Lidman, Meri Heinonen i Marjo Kaartinen.

W spisie treści: Editors’ foreword – Satu LIDMAN, Tom LINKINEN, Marjo KAARTINEN, and Meri HEINONEN / Framing premodern desires between sexuality, sin, and crime. An introduction – Garthine WALKER / The naturalness of sex in medieval Roman law – Thomas PARRY–JONES / Desire after Foucault. A re–evaluation of sex and sin in English medieval pastoral manuals – Kathleen SMITH / Incest between in–laws. A matter of life and death in Sweden in 1700 – Bonnie CLEMENTSSON / Dialectics of virginity. Controlling the morals of youth in the early modern Polish countryside – Tomasz WIŚLICZ / The first sexual revolution – Faramerz DABHOIWALA / Love and desire in French moralist discourse – Carin FRANZÉN / Between books and brothels. The sexual scholarship of Hadriaan Beverland (1650–1716) – Karen HOLLEWAND / The dream and the sin. Erotic dream in the France of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries – Juliette LANCEL / The lame man makes the best lecher. Sex, sin, and the disabled Renaissance body – Kaye MCLELLAND / Between passion and lust. Framing male desire in early modern Sweden – Jonas LILIEQUIST / Epilogue: What happens between the covers: Writing premodern desire for audiences beyond academia – Lois LEVEEN.

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