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Sciences of Modernism: Ethnography, Sexology, and Psychology

Paul Peppis, University of Oregon
Format
Book
Published
New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2014.
Language
English
ISBN
9781107042643 (hardcover), 110704264X (hardcover)
Related Resources
Contributor biographical information Publisher description Table of contents only
Contents
  • Introduction
  • Ethnographies. Salvage ethnography, cultural cross-dressing, and autoethnography in A.C. Haddon's Head-hunters: black, white, and brown
  • Salvaging dialect, cultural cross-dressing, and antiethnographic Autoethnography in Claude Mckay's Constab ballads
  • Sexologies. Homosexual bildung and sexological modernism in Havelock Ellis and John A. Symonds's Sexual inversion and E. M. Forster's Maurice
  • Re-writing sex: sexology and sentimental modernism in Marie Stopes's Married love and Mina Loy's Songs to Joannes
  • Psychologies. Treating trauma, modernizing narrative: Bernard Hart's The psychology of Insanity and Rebecca West's The return of the soldier
  • "Mental cases": forms of shellshock in William Brown's Psychology and Psychotherapy and poems by Wilfred Owen.
Description
xiv, 310 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (pages 287-302) and index.
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