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Repräsentationen der Sexualpathologie im frühen 20. Jahrhundert
Psychopathie und Psychopathologisierungen um 1900
Science, Medicine, and the Transformation of Sex in Modern China

Inhaltsverzeichnis Scott Spector Preface Delirious: Sexual Pathology, Crime, and Art at the Fin de Siècle 1 Oliver Böni und Japhet Johnstone Anders als die Andern Eine Art Einführung in die Sexualpathologie des frühen 20. Jahrhunderts 5 I. Undermining Sciences Anna Katharina Schaffner Sexology and Literature On the Uses and Abuses of Fiction 37 Irina Gradinari und Johannes Pause Sexualmord und Fotografie Zur Entstehung des Tatorts als Wissensraum 49 Ina Linge Hospitable Reading An Approach to Life Writings of Gender and Sexual “Deviants” 74 Japhet Johnstone

Scott Spector (Ann Arbor) Preface Delirious: Sexual Pathology, Crime, and Art at the Fin de Siècle Art, crime, and sex are ever in season, but undoubtedly enjoyed a symbiotic efflorescence from the last third of the nineteenth century on. “Sexual pathol- ogy,” however, was an obsession of the last third of the nineteenth century, and the fulcrum of the emergence of the Western notion of sexuality as such. The conceptualization of “sexuality” was, from the first, associated with disease on the one hand and crime on the other. It flowed directly into the modern art

order to highlight general sexual pathology of the enemy and represented him as morally depraved. Based on examples from World War II, the next part of the volume is devoted to the gender dimensions of collaboration and resistance. By examining books, exhibitions, menu planners etc., Melissa Feinberg reminds us that gendered division of fighting front against home front was not part of the wartime experience in occupied Bohemia and Moravia. The rightist Czech women organised in the Women’s Center supported the German overlords in an open way and argued that each sex

, 1975. 42. Eibl-Eibesfeldt, I. Human Ethology. Aldine de Gruyter: New York, 1989. 43. Eibl-Eibesfeldt, I. Dominance, Submission, and Love: Sexual Pathologies from the Perspective of Ethology. In. J. R. Feierman (ed.). Pedophilia: Biosocial Dimensions. Springer: New York, 1990, pp. 150-175. 44. Eibl-Eibesfeldt, I. Us and Others: The Familial Roots of Ethnonationalism. In. I. Eibl-Eibesfeldt, F. K. Slater (eds.). Ethnic Conflict and Indoctrination: Altruism and Identity in Evolutionary Perspecive Berghahn Books: New York, 1998, pp. 21-53. 45. Eisenberg, N., Miller, P. A

, such as stereotypes that assume all LGBTQQ people are the same. Exoticization, such as seeing LGBTQQ people as the “comic relief” or asking intrusive questions about trans persons’ genitalia. Discomfort/disapproval of LGBTQQ experience, such as when LGBTQQ people are treated with disrespect and criticism. Denial of societal heterosexism or transphobia, such as denying that discrimination based on sexuality or gender expression has happened. Assumption of sexual pathology/abnormality, such as oversexualizing LGBTQQ persons and considering them sexual deviants. Denial

.b./hzo – S:/3D/heymann/zeitschriften/MSchrKrim/2014_01/2014_01.3d [S. 55/114] 3 VAR_BONTYPE_FILENAME Filar, M. (2006). »Druga« nowelizacja kodeksu karnego dotycząca tzw. przestępstw seksualnych [»Second« Amendment of Penal Code Referring to Sexual Offences], No 3. Państwo i Prawo, 39–55. Imieliński, K. (1990). Seksiatria. Patologia seksualna [Sexiatry. Sexual Pathology], Vol. II. Warsaw. Lew-Starowicz, Z. (1988). Seksuologia sądowa [Forensic Sexology]. Warsaw. Marzec-Holka, K. (1999). Przemoc seksualna wobec dziecka. Studium pedagogiczno – kryminologiczne [Sexual

deliquento or born criminal to attack Socrates in Götzen-Dämmerung, so Nordau diagnoses him, Nietzsche, as a reprobate whose moral insanity and sadistic sexual pathology are manifested in his work rather than in acts of lawlessness. Finally, in 1902, Paul Julius Möbius proposed that though Nietzsche’s body betrayed no “gröbere Entartungszeichen”, the illnesses which he suffered prior to his breakdown were symptomatic of a general nervous exhaustion, placing him among the class of “dégénérés supérieurs”.41 But Nietzsche, it seems, expected such attacks and took pre