Pres 4 - WGST 309 Sexual Diversities Introduction to LGBT Studies Session 4 Sexology Yvonne Ivory Ph.D The Rise of Sexology 19th Century Rise of

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WGST 309, Sexual Diversities: Introduction to LGBT Studies Session 4: Sexology Yvonne Ivory, Ph.D.
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The Rise of Sexology 19 th Century: Rise of many scientific sub- disciplines Psychiatry / later psychology Sexology: Johan Ludwig Caspar (1850s forensic doctor; language of sodomy) Carl Westphal (Contrary Sexual Feeling) [Karl Heinrich Ulrichs, lawyer, 1860s/1870s ( The Riddle of Man-manly-love , Urnings, Dionings)]
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Karl Heinrich Ulrichs   
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The Rise of Sexology 19 th Century: Rise of many scientific sub- disciplines Psychiatry / later psychology Sexology: Johan Ludwig Caspar (1850s forensic doctor; language of sodomy) Carl Westphal (Contrary Sexual Feeling) [Karl Heinrich Ulrichs, lawyer, 1860s/1870s ( The Riddle of Man-manly-love , Urnings, Dionings)] Richard von Krafft-Ebing ( Psychopathia Sexualis , 1885)
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Richard von Krafft-Ebing
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The Rise of Sexology 19 th Century: Rise of many scientific sub-disciplines Psychiatry / later psychology Sexology: Johan Ludwig Caspar (1850s forensic doctor; language of sodomy) Carl Westphal (Contrary Sexual Feeling) [Karl Heinrich Ulrichs, lawyer, 1860s/1870s ( The Riddle of Man-manly-love , Urnings, Dionings)] Richard von Krafft-Ebing ( Psychopathia Sexualis , 1885) Albert Moll Magnus Hirschfeld ( Sappho und Sokrates , 1896; founder of German gay rights movement to repeal 175)
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Magnus Hirschfeld
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The Rise of Sexology 19 th Century: Rise of many scientific sub-disciplines Psychiatry / later psychology Sexology: Johan Ludwig Caspar (1850s forensic doctor; language of sodomy) Carl Westphal (Contrary Sexual Feeling) [Karl Heinrich Ulrichs, lawyer, 1860s/1870s ( The Riddle of Man-manly-love , Urnings, Dionings)] Richard von Krafft-Ebing ( Psychopathia Sexualis , 1885) Albert Moll Magnus Hirschfeld ( Sappho und Sokrates , 1896; founder of German gay rights movement to repeal 175) Havelock Ellis (published Sexual Inversion with John Addington Symonds in 1896)
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The Rise of Sexology Language for speaking about sexuality
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Pres 4 - WGST 309 Sexual Diversities Introduction to LGBT Studies Session 4 Sexology Yvonne Ivory Ph.D The Rise of Sexology 19th Century Rise of

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