Topical Index : History of Slave Rape by Stefan Blaschke

Found while #digitalhousekeeping. Worth reposting. Dated but many interesting items on here —

The History of Rape: A Bibliography

compiled by Stefan Blaschke


Topical Index : History of Slave Rape


U n s o r t e d :
Moon, Danelle. “Slavery.” Encyclopedia of rape. Edited by Merril D. Smith. Westport: Greenwood, 2004: 234-236.

West, Traci C. “African Americans.” Encyclopedia of rape. Edited by Merril D. Smith. Westport: Greenwood, 2004: 5-7.


A n c i e n t   H i s t o r y : [Link]
Biblical Studies: [Link]
Scholz, Susanne. “Gender, class, and androcentric compliance in the rapes of enslaved women in the Hebrew Bible.” Lectio difficilior 1/2004.


M o d e r n   H i s t o r y : [Link]
Early Modern History: [Link] – 17th Century: [Link]
United States: [Link]
Warren, Wendy A. “”The cause of her grief”: the rape of a slave in early New England.” Journal of American history 93 (2007): 1031-1049.


Early Modern History: [Link] – 18th Century: [Link]
Suriname: [Link]
Laffrado, Laura. “Constructing the subaltern: white Creole culture and raced captivity in eighteenth-century Dutch Suriname.” Studies in eighteenth-century culture30 (2001): 31-48.

United States: [Link]
Bontemps, Alex. “Seeing slavery: how paintings make words look different.” Common-place 1 (2001).


19th Century: [Link]
Brazil: [Link]
Graham, Sandra L. “Slavery’s impasse: slave prostitutes, small-time mistresses, and the Brazilian law of 1871.” Comparative studies in society and history 33 (1991): 669-694.

Mott, Marcia L. “Ser mãe: a escrava em face do aborto e do infanticídio.” Revista de história No. 120 (1989): 85-96.

Nequete, Lenine. “As relações entre senhor e escravo no século XIX: o caso da escrava Honorata.” Revista brasileira de estudos políticos No. 53 (1981): 223-248.

Nigeria: [Link]
Lovejoy, Paul E. “Concubinage in the Sokoto Caliphate (1804-1903).” Slavery & abolition 11 (1990): 158-189.

United States: [Link]
Baptist, Edward E. “”Cuffy,” “fancy maids,” and “one-eyed men”: rape, commodification, and the domestic slave trade in the United States.” American historical review 106 (2001): 1619-1650.

Baptist, Edward E. “”Cuffy,” “fancy maids,” and “one-eyed men”: rape, commodification, and the domestic slave trade in the United States.” The chattel principle: internal slave trades in the Americas. Edited by Walter Johnson. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2005: 165-202.

Clark, Elizabeth B. “”The sacred rights of the weak”: pain, sympathy, and the culture of individual rights in Antebellum America.” Journal of American history 82 (1995): 463-493.

Dalton, Anne B. “The devil and the virgin: writing sexual abuse in Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl.” Violence, silence, and anger: women’s writing as transgression. Edited by Deirdre Lashgari. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1995: 38-61.

Garfield, Deborah M. “Speech, listening, and female sexuality in Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl.” Arizona quarterly 50 (1994): 19-49.

Greeson, Jennifer R. “The “mysteries and miseries” of North Carolina: New York City, urban gothic fiction, and Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl.” American literature 73 (2001): 277-309.

Hartman, Saidiya V. “Seduction and the ruses of power.” Callaloo 19 (1996): 537-560.

Jacobs, Harriet A. Incidents in the life of a slave girl, written by herself. Boston: published for the author, 1861.

Jacobs, Harriet A. The deeper wrong: or, incidents in the life of a slave girl, written by herself. London: Tweedie, 1862. Jacobs, Harriet A. Incidents in the life of a slave girl, written by herself. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1987.

Jennings, Thelma. “”Us colored women had to go though a plenty”: sexual exploitation of African-American slave women.” Journal of women’s history 1 (1990): 45-74.

Jordan, Ervin L., Jr. “Sleeping with the enemy: sex, black women, and the Civil War.” Western journal of black studies 18 (1994): 55-63.

Karcher, Carolyn L. “Rape, murder and revenge in “Slavery’s Pleasant Homes”: Lydia Maria Child’s antislavery fiction and the limits of genre.” Women’s studies international forum 9 (1986): 323-332.

Karcher, Carolyn L. “Rape, murder, and revenge in “Slavery’s Pleasant Homes”: Lydia Maria Child’s antislavery fiction and the limits of genre.” The culture of sentiment: race, gender, and sentimentality in nineteenth-century America. Edited by Shirley Samuels. New York: Oxford University Press, 1992: 58-72.

Keckley, Elizabeth. Behind the scenes, or, thirty years a slave, and four years in the White House. New York: Carleton, 1868.

Keckley, Elizabeth. Behind the scenes, or, thirty years a slave, and four years in the White House. Buffalo: Stansil and Lee, 1931. Keckley, Elizabeth. Behind the scenes: thirty years a slave and four years in the White House. New York: Arno Press, 1968. Keckley, Elizabeth. Behind the scenes, or, thirty years a slave, and four years in the White House. New York: Oxford University Press, 1988. Keckley, Elizabeth. Behind the scenes: formerly a slave, but more recently modiste, and a friend to Mrs. Lincoln, or, thirty years a slave and four years in the White House. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2002. Keckley, Elizabeth. Behind the scenes, or, thirty years a slave, and four years in the White House. London: Penguin, 2005. Keckley, Elizabeth. Behind the scenes in the Lincoln White House: memoirs of an African-American seamstress. Mineola: Dover Publications, 2006.

Levine, Jennifer E. Institutionalized access: legally sanctioned medical experimentation, rape, and sexual exploitation of black female slaves during American slavery. M.A. Thesis, University of California at Los Angeles, 1999.

Lowry, Thomas P. “The Sperryville outrage.” Civil War times illustrated 38 (1998): 24-29.

Marshall-Scott, Latasha C. Jacobs and slave law: psychoanalyzing Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl. M.A. Thesis, University of Notre Dame, 2003.

McLaurin, Melton A. Celia, a slave: a true story of violence and retribution in antebellum Missouri. Atlanta: University of Georgia Press, 1991.

Neely, Caroline E. “Dat’s one chile of mine you ain’t never gonna sell”: gynecological resistance within the plantation community. M.A. Thesis, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 2000.

Pokorak, Jeffrey J. “Rape as a badge of slavery: the legal history of, and remedies for, prosecutorial race-of-victim charging disparities.” Nevada law journal 7 (2006): 101-158.

Pokorak, Jeffrey J. Rape as a badge of slavery: the legal history of, and remedies for, prosecutorial race-of-victim charging disparities. Boston: Suffolk University Law School. 2007.

Shepherd, Gloria. The rape of black women during slavery. D.A. Thesis, State University of New York at Albany, 1988.

Sitomer, Joan C. Race, sex, and citizenship: constructions of citizenship in legal investigations of sexualized violence against African-American women. Dissertation, University of Michigan, 2007.

Vermillion, Mary. “Reembodying the self: representations of rape in Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl and I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings.” Biography 15 (1992): 243-260.

Youngman, Meghan. “National History Day: young scholars discovering the past.” Gateway heritage 18 (1997): 26-37.


20th Century: [Link]
Nigeria: [Link]
Lovejoy, Paul E. “Concubinage in the Sokoto Caliphate (1804-1903).” Slavery & abolition 11 (1990): 158-189.

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