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Turning Points in the History of Sexuality
Friday 10 August 2007
Program 
 

9.00

 Welcome

 

 

Chair

Peter Cryle

9.10

Thomas Laqueur

“Sexuality and the Transformation of Culture: the Longue Durée"

10.20

Morning Tea

 

 

Chair

Ian Hunter

10.50

Peter Cryle

 “Les Choses et les mots: ‘Missing Words’ in the History of Sexuality”

 

Alison Moore

 “The Invention of Sadism?”

 

Elizabeth Stephens

“Coining Spermatorrhoea: The Pathologisation of Male Fluidity 1838-1866”

1.00

Lunch

 

 

Chair

Philip Almond

2.00

Stephen Garton

 “Histories of Sexual Identity: A Case for a Turning Point”

 

Charles Sowerwine

  "Looking on a Turning Point in the History of the Body: From the One-Sex to the Two-Sex Model."

3.30

Afternoon Tea

 

 

Chair

Stephen Garton

4.00

Alexander Cook

“The Politics of Pleasure Talk in Eighteenth-Century Europe

 

David Bennett

“Libidinal Economy and the Prostitute”

5.30

Finish

 

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