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The ‘sick’ has the floor. Medical speeches and ‘sexual abnormalities’
The purpose of this article is the medical speech about what is known as ‘sexual abnormalities’. Under to dissociate the disease from the defect, in around 1900, doctors, while adopting an objectivist position, referring to homosexuals as a pure subject of study, feel the need to ‘give the patient t...
The vest is obscured. What porn studies do in the social sciences
About Florian Vörös (ed.), Cultures pornography. Anthology of porn studies, Paris, Éditions Amsterdam, 2015. The porn studies did not occur in a complete bibliographic desert. Historical, sociological and anthropological studies on sexuality have been numerous since Margaret Mead’s pioneering work o...
Minutes of: Sandrine Garcia, Mothers under influence. From the cause of women to the cause of children. Paris (coll. “Supporting Texts/Gender sexuality”): The DecOpen, 2011
by Sophie Noël Maître de Conference at the University of Paris 13 Mères under influence, published in 2011, seeks to understand the paradoxical development that led to the struggle for the release of women in the late 1960s, starting from the claim of an identity outside maternity, to the culpabilis...
Bisexuality in Europe : Sexual Citizenship, Romantic Relationships, and Bi+ Identities (Edition 1)
Bisexuality in Europe offers an accessible and diverse overview of research on bisexuality and bi+ people in Europe, providing a foundation for theorising and empirical work on plurisexual orientations and identities, and the experiences and realities of people who desire more than one sex or gender...
Brazilian action? Transits from the sex market
In this text I consider the notions of Brazilian agency that migrated to Europe from different sectors of the sex market. The analysis is based on a multi-site ethnography carried out in Brazil, Italy and Spain. I consider that the alteration of contexts has an impact on the re-significance of the d...
Neither by chance, nor planned. : Gender, sexuality and childbearing during youth in Russia (1970s-2010s)
This study addresses, from a sociological and sociohistorical point of view, the transitions to adulthood of two generations of Russian women by focusing on their entry into sexuality, into conjugality and into motherhood. Interviews were held in Moscow and in Saint Petersburg with women (N=32) and...
A dissident flâneuse in pharmacopornomegalopolis. Promiscuity, love and city in JÓSE Sbarra cruel plastic
Summary This article addresses the study of one of the literary authors of the nineties most attracted and less studied by the critic, José Sbarra, based on his best-known novelty, cruel plastic, in 1992. I am mainly based on the figure of one of its protagonists, Bombón, prostituta travesti, which...
From Unripe to Petrified
My motivation for writing this chapter is to call attention to a 'Feminine Symbolic' that I believe constitutes the core of Andean conceptualizations of gender. The argument that I will present is as follows: The feminine, as an abstraction, is an unmarked category, whereas the masculine is elaborat...
Employment — Sexual health and sexuality medicalisation
Employment — Sexual health and sexuality medicalisation The Sexual Health and Sexual Medicalisation Team of Inserm recruits a student/doctoral training in statistics for a 3-month half-time CDD. The work consists of statistical analysis of a survey on the profession of sexologist. This post shall be...
The curriculum and differences in gênery and sexuality in EJA/Curriculum and gender and sexuality differences in EJA
contemporaneity presents us with a wide discussion on various topics that are part of the social context, and are necessarily discussed in the classroom. Society as a whole, through communication vehicles, has been talking much about gênery and sexuality, and working on these issues in the education...
The evolution of the bizarre and fantasmatic myth of the fountain woman in the face of the lack of knowledge and representation of female sexuality
The fountain woman is a marginalised and fanciful female figure for several centuries. Due to the invisibility of the body, the female genital system and more specifically the clitoris since the 18th century, the figure of the fountain woman is struggling to assert itself as a common figure for all...
Opinion to be published: Sexuality and Handicaps
In connection with the House of Human Sciences in Lorraine, the University Presses of Nancy will shortly publish a book entitled: Sexuality and Handicaps, Privacy Issues, led by Alain Giami, Bruno Py and Anne-Marie Toniolo. A bit of teasing (click on images to enlarge them)
Erotic sexual work of Afro-Colombian women migrating to Europe
Poverty, poor working conditions and unemployment affect ethnic and racial minorities and female-headed households, which has contributed to the emergence and consolidation of ‘atypical’ migration processes, which develop in parallel with other phenomena: globalisation and internationalisation of th...
MFF: [Inter] newspaper sections, #23 (2020)
We're glad to share the general call for papers for the issue 23 of [Inter]sections journal on American Studies. The journal looks for academic articles, reviews, and interviews relevant to the field of American studies. Its scope includes research in the fields of North American literature, history...
Freud. I am against her sexuality
This volume offers an introduction to Freud based on its most famous thesis, but which remains as implausible as in the first hour: a sexual unconscious governs mental life, including intellectual, moral or aesthetic claims. The traditional concept of me has been shaken by the multiple and often unb...
“Accumulators” and “believers”: Women see men
RESUMO refraining from systematically opposing religious systems, the author proposes here to consider the references divided by medias of possesson worship and members of the Pentecostal churches, and in particular the representation of the relationship between men and women. In this regard, it is...
Medical and popular attitudes toward female sexuality in late seventeenth century England (1660-1696)
Harmony of pleasure
The new Alain Corbin event book. 5 years of study on everything the doctors, priests and writers have written about sex. 'br/b This book calls for the exploration of a strange country: the ‘sex life’ of a time when the word ‘sexuality’ did not appear in the dictionary, where nobody talked about homo...
Ethno-racial, gênerous and sexuality relations: contemporary views
The idea of diversity has become, in the face of the growing affirmation of identities, a significant phenomenon especially in societies from European colonialism, where groups and individuals reaffirm their local particularities, ethnic, racial, cultural or religious identities, drawing the attenti...
'p’bbParu in 1911 for the first time, this novel magistral on the protruding folele- with engineering — anti-psychiatric movements. His critical re-editing provides a fresh look at the trajectory of an atypical psychiatrist who, refusing to lock his patients into medical categories, sexuality and mu...
History of sexuality education in contemporary Argentina: Speeches, actors and experiences around a controversial (1960-1997)
Situation from history of education, political analysis of speech and gender studies, this thesis explores different narratives, actors and experiences around sexuality education in Argentina from the 1960s to 1997s. To this end, it is studied how, since the middle of the 20th century, sexuality edu...
Sexual managers of emotional work in the therapeutic relationship in physiotherapy
This article is based on an interview research that has studied, from a gender perspective, professional experiences in which a physiotherapist considers that sexuality threatens or interferes with the therapeutic environment, and the strategies adopted accordingly to preserve or restore that enviro...
Rationalism and empowerment in psychanalysis: Jean Laplanche’s work
'pbJean Laplanche is the author of an original psychanalytic theory that differs from the main contemporary postfreudians. The book examines the rationalist basis of Jean Laplanche’s work, as it is embodied in the definition of sexuality in psychanalysis, the delimitation of the subject of his study...
Ambiguous puddness. From the former to Modernes
‘Distinct to show, observe and report on parts of her body, mainly those of a sexual nature’ (Treasury of the French language), the harness has been the subject of judgements, criticisms and analyses which have varied significantly over the course of ages. These are some of the variations in the per...
Meeting of 20 February 2015, 15-17, Raspail site: Eduardo Carrasco-Rahal, ‘The body, private property, social or God property’ Pamela Millet Mouity, ‘Corps and sexuality in the neo-evangetics of Ile-de-France’
3th and 5th Friday of the month from 15 a.m. to 17 p.m. (IMAf, meeting room, 2th floor, 96 bd Raspail 75006 Paris), from 21 November 2014 to 29 May 2015 IMAf doctoral students’ workshop aims to present and discuss the work of young researchers. We are pleased to welcome the session on Friday 20 Febr...