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May 2011, 20:2

Journal of the History of Sexuality

Special Issue: Sexual Deviance and Social Control in Late Imperial Eastern Europe

Guest Editors: Keely Stauter-Halsted and Nancy M. Wingfield

Introduction: The Construction of Sexual Deviance in Late Imperial Eastern Europe
Keely Stauter-Halsted and Nancy M. Wingfield

Deviance and the Public Sphere: Media Sensations and Sex Scandals

Scandal at the Severnaia; or, Sex and the “New Man” in Late Imperial Odessa
Roshanna P. Sylvester
Sex Scandals, Sexual Violence, and the Word on the Street: The Kolasówna Lustmord in Cracow’s Popular Press, 1905–1906
Nathaniel D. Wood

Prostitution and Sex Trafficking

The Physician and the Fallen Woman: Medicalizing Prostitution in the Polish Lands
Keely Stauter-Halsted
Destination: Alexandria, Buenos Aires, Constantinople; “White Slavers” in Late Imperial Austria
Nancy M. Wingfield
Prostitutes as a Threat to National Honor in Habsburg-Occupied Serbia during the Great War
Jovana Knežević

Cross-Dressing and Gender Bending

Cross-Dressing in a Russian Orthodox Monastery: The Case of Mariia Zakharova
Christine D. Worobec
Of Female Chastity and Male Arms: The Balkan “Man-Woman” in the Age of the World Picture
Aleksandra Djajić Horváth