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Documenting Intimate matters : primary sources for a history of sexuality in America

著者: Thomas A Foster; John D'Emilio
出版: Chicago : The University of Chicago Press, 2012. ©2013
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"Over time, sexuality in America has changed dramatically. Frequently redefined and often subject to different systems of regulation, it has been used as a means of control; it has been a way to understand ourselves and others, and it has been at the center of fierce political storms, including some of the most crucial changes in civil rights in the last decade. Edited by Thomas A. Foster, Documenting Intimate  続きを読む
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ジャンル/形式: History
Sources
ドキュメントの種類: 図書
すべての著者/寄与者: Thomas A Foster; John D'Emilio
ISBN: 9780226257464 0226257460 9780226257471 0226257479
OCLC No.: 783150212
注記: "A primary-source companion to John D'Emilio and Estelle Freedman's 'Intimate Matters'."
物理形態: xv, 237 pages ; 24 cm
コンテンツ: Massachusetts body of liberties (1641) --
The midwife's book (1671) / Jane Sharp --
To my dear and loving husband (1678) / Anne Bradstreet --
Witchcraft trial of Catherina Lujan, New Mexico (1708) --
John Lawson on Native American women, North Carolina (1709) --
Diary of William Byrd, Virginia planter (1710-1712) --
Unchast practices (1716) --
Chassin to Father Bobe, Louisiana (1722) --
The Boston News-Letter on "sodomitical clubs" (1726) --
Slander and reputation in North Carolina Court Cases (1747, 1749) --
John Smith, Quaker, courts Hannah Logan (1748) --
Keeping a house of fornication (1754) --
Life and dying speech of Arthur, a Negro man (1768) --
Depositions in the case of Sarah Muckamugg, Rhode Island (1752-1774) --
Documenting Philadelphia women's self-divorce in the Pennsylvania Gazette and Packet (1780s-1790s) --
Lecture to young men (1838) / Sylvester Graham --
Louisa Picquet, the octoroon; or Inside views of southern domestic life (1840s) / Louisa Picquet interviewed by H. Mattison --
Abraham Lincoln's correspondence with Joshua Speed (1842) --
New York Sporting Whip (1843) --
"The lynching of a Mexican woman in California" (1851) --
"Indian concubines," the National Era (1858) --
Willie Ann Grey, letter to her husband (1866) --
Civil war love letter (1864) --
Criminal abortion (1868) / Horatio R. Storer --
Male continence (1872) / John Humphrey Noyes --
Diary of Frederick Ryman (1884) --
Women's social purity meeting (1888) --
Traps for the young (1883) / Anthony Comstock --
Satan in society (1890) / Nicholas F. Cooke --
Mosher survey (1892) / Dr. Clelia Mosher --
Tokology (1898) / Alice B. Stockham --
Red record (1895) / Ida B. Wells --
Philadelphia Negro (1899) / W.E.B. DuBois --
Spirit of youth (1909) / Jane Addams --
Mexican American ballads (corridos) --
Pacific northwest male prostitution/truancy (1913) --
Commercialized prostitution in New York City (1913) / George J. Kneeland --
Young working girls (1913) / Robert A. Woods, Albert J. Kennedy --
White slave traffic (1911) / O. Edward Janney --
"Humanity"; or, what every father, mother, boy and girl should know (1915) / Louis L. Krauss --
Sex knowledge for women and girls (1917) / William J. Robinson --
Birth control laws: shall we keep them or abolish them? (1926) / Mary Ware Dennett --
"Mad pleasure" in True romances (1924) / Bernarr Macfadden --
"Kitchen man" (1929) / Bessie Smith --
United States Motion Picture Production Code (1930) --
World War II War Department pamphlet on venereal disease (1940) --
Black metropolis: a study of Negro life in a northern city (1945) / St. Clair Drake, Horace R. Cayton --
Employment of homosexuals and other sex perverts (1950) --
Letters to Alfred Kinsey (1953) --
Letter to the Society for Humane Abortion (1966) --
Mattachine Society : Stonewall Rebellion (1969) --
"The pill : genocide or liberation?" (1969) / Toni Cade --
"The myth of the vaginal orgasm" (1970) / Anne Koedt --
"Rape: an act of terror" (1971) / Barbara Mehrhof, Pamela Kearon --
Transvestite and transsexual liberation (1971) --
"Chicanas and abortion" (1972) / Beverly Padilla --
Joy of sex (1972) / Alex Comfort --
Address to Democratic National Convention (1980) / Melvin Boozer --
"I can't believe you want to die" (1987) / Larry Kramer --
"A change of heart" (1987) / Laura Alexander --
Pornography and civil rights (1988) --
"Chicana lesbians: fear and loathing in the Chicano community" (1991) / Carla Trujillo --
"African American women in defense of ourselves" (1991) --
"Date rape" Rape Zine (1990s) --
Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) (1996) --
Starr report (1998) --
"How many licks?" (2000) / Lil' Kim --
"Adventures in child-rearing: the sexual life of a child growing up with Down syndrome" / Susan Fitzmaurice --
Lawrence v. Texas (2003) --
"Congressional report on abstinence-only education" (2004) --
Federal marriage amendment (2006) --
"Sexual offenders team checks sex offenders' homes" (2007).
責任者: edited by Thomas A. Foster.

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