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 'Bodily Anxieties in Enlightenment Sex Literature', Voltaire Studies, forthcoming
 

Nine articles for The Encyclopaedia of Erotic Literature (Fitzroy Dearborn, forthcoming) including on virginity, gender, sex manuals & various erotic books


 ‘Memoirs of Women of Pleasure: The Whore Biography’ in Women’s Writing Summer 2004

 ‘Initiation, Defloration and Flagellation: Sexual Propensities in Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure’ in Patsy Fowler and Alan Jackson (ed.), This Launch into the Wide World: Essays on Fanny Hill, (N.Y. AMS Press, 2003)  

 ‘Gender & Power in the Early Modern Period’ and ‘The Legal Status of Women’ in  Readers Guide to British History. (Fitzroy Dearborn, 2003).

'Medicine, the Body and the Botanical Metaphor in  Erotica’ in Kurt Bayertz &  Roy Porter  (eds.), From Physico-Theology to Bio-Technology (editions Rodopi B. V., Amsterdam – Atlanta, 1998).


Papers include

  • Emma Hamilton, Bickbeck College
  • C18th Erotica  Kingston university
  • The Sex Life of Boswell, Dr. Johnson’s House, London
  • Courtesans Autobiographies,Southampton University
  • The Private Case, British Library
  • Sexual Deviance. European Social Science History Conference, The Hague
  • Bodily Anxieties in Enlightenment Europe, RHBNC
    The Sexualisation of Blood in C18th Erotic Books & Pamphlets, Cambridge University
  • The Eroticisation of Blood, UCD, Voltaire Conference, Dublin
  • Fashion in Erotica Literature London Museum
    Prostitutes Memoirs, Sussex University   
  • The Botanical Metaphor in Erotica, Wellcome Institute
    Female Sexuality in Late C18th and Early C19th Erotica,  Wellcome Institute  
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