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Saturday, 25 June 2011

Sexualities: Sexualities and the Law

I normally post the table of contents for Sexualities when a new issue is released but this month is a little bit special as the June issue was edited by me. Although a bit of a nightmare (and so many lessons learnt!), the final issue pulls together (if I may so so) a really interesting selection of work from the US, UK, Australia and Spain. It shows the breadth of law and sexuality scholarship in a field that is rapidly developing. Contents are listed below and abstract details etc can be viewed on the journal website here. You can read my extended editorial for free on the journal website here. I'd really appreciate any feedback on the issue.

Chris Ashford
Sexualities and the law
Sexualities June 2011 14: 265-272, doi:10.1177/1363460711400807

Leslie J Moran
Forming sexualities as judicial virtues
Sexualities June 2011 14: 273-289, doi:10.1177/1363460711400808

Brian Simpson
Sexualizing the child: The strange case of Bill Henson, his ‘absolutely revolting’ images and the law of childhood innocence
Sexualities June 2011 14: 290-311, doi:10.1177/1363460711400809

Anna Carline
Criminal justice, extreme pornography and prostitution: Protecting women or promoting morality?
Sexualities June 2011 14: 312-333, doi:10.1177/1363460711400810

PatrĂ­cia Soley-Beltran and Gerard Coll-Planas
‘Having words for everything’. Institutionalizing gender migration in Spain (1998-2008)
Sexualities June 2011 14: 334-353, doi:10.1177/1363460711400811

Crystal A Jackson
Revealing contemporary constructions of femininity: Expression and sexuality in strip club legislation
Sexualities June 2011 14: 354-369, doi:10.1177/1363460711400964

Michelle Wolkomir
Book Review: Melissa M. Wilcox. Queer Women and Religious Individualism. 2009. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. 276 pp. ISBN: 976-0-253-22116-2
Sexualities June 2011 14: 370-371, doi:10.1177/1363460711400965

Christian Klesse
Book Review: Darren Langdridge and Meg Barker (eds.) Safe, Sane and Consenusal. Contemporary Perspectives on Sadomasochism. Houndmills, Basingtoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2007. 310pp. ISBN-13: 978-0-23-51774-5 (hbk) ISBN-10: 0-230-51774-9 (hbk)
Sexualities June 2011 14: 371-374, doi:10.1177/13634607110140030702

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