Table of Contents
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Introduction: Bolshevik Medicine and RussiaAEs u201cSexual Revolutionu201d
Chapter 1: Soviet Doctors and Bolshevik Justice
Chapter 2: Sexual Maturity and the Threshold of Sexual Citizenship
Chapter 3: Soviet Medicine and Rape as a Crime of Everyday Life
Chapter 4: Doctors of the Mind and Sex Crime
Chapter 5: Bodies in Search of a Sex
Conclusion: Reflections on the Fate of a Sexual Revolution
Dan Healey is a reader in the Department of History, Swansea University (Wales, UK). He is the author of Homosexual Desire in Revolutionary Russia: The Regulation of Sexual and Gender Dissent and articles on the history of gender, sexuality, and medicine in Russia.
""A meticulously researched, well-written and consistently
interesting work ... virtually the first to engage in \u2018grass
roots' research, looking at unpublished court documents to
determine how notions of sexuality were applied in courts dealing
with sex crimes."-Eric Naiman, University of California,
"Healey effectively highlights the study of the forensic and psychiatric professions and their involvement in cases of sexual crime and deviance."-Sharon A. Kowalsky, Texas A&M University-Commerce"