Homosexuality Bibliography

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  • John Ahern, “Nudi Grammantes: The Grammar and Rhetoric of Deviation in Inferno XV,” Romanic Review, 82: 466-486 (1990).
  • Peter Armour, “The Love of Two Florentines: Brunetto Latini and Bondie Dietaiuti,” Lectura Dantis, 9: 11-33 (1991).
  • Pietro Agostino d'Avack, “L'omosessualità nel Diritto Canonico,” Ulisse, 3/18: 680-697 (1953).
  • Derrick Sherwin Bailey, Homosexuality and the Western Christian Tradition (London: Longmans, Green, 1955).
  • Thomas Bein, “Orpheus als Sodomit: Beobachtungen zu einer mhd. Sangspruchstrophe mit (literar)historischen Exkursen zur Homosexualität im hohen Mittelalter,” Zeitschrift für deutsche Philologie, 109: 33-55 (1990).

Friedrich August Biener, Geschichte der Novellen Justinian's (Berlin: Ferdinand Dümmler, 1824). Iwan Bloch, “Die Homosexualität in Köln am Ende des 15. Jahrhunderts,” Zeitschrift für Sexualwissenschaft, 1: 528-535 (1908).

  • John Boswell, Christianity, Social Tolerance, and Homosexuality: Gay People in Western Europe from the Beginning of the Christian Era to the Fourteenth Century (Chicago: Chicago University Press, 1980)
  • John Boswell, “Revolutions, Universals and Sexual Categories,” Salmagundi, 58-59: 89-113 (1982/83).
  • John Boswell, Same-sex Unions in Premodern Europe (New York: Villard Books, 1994).
  • Peter C. Braeger, “The Portrayal of Lot in the Middle English Cleanness,” Mediaevalia, 11: 83-100 (1985).
  • Helmut Brall, “Geschlechtlichkeit, Homosexualität, Freundesliebe: Über mann-männliche Liebe in mittelalterlicher Literatur,” Forum Homosexualität und Literatur, 13: 5-27 (1991).
  • James A. Brundage, Richard Lion Heart (New York, Scribner, 1974).
  • James A. Brundage, Law, Sex, and Christian Society in Medieval Europe (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1987).
  • Rosanna Brusegan, “Le secret de la Flors enversa,” Revue des langues romanes, 96: 119-144 (1992).
  • Vern L. Bullough, Sexual Variance in Society and History (New York: John Wiley, 1976).
  • Vern L. Bullough and James A. Brundage, eds., Sexual Practices and the Medieval Church (Buffalo: Prometheus Books, 1982).
  • Toby Burrows, “The Templars' Case for their Defence in 1310,” Journal of Religious History, 13:

248-259 (1985).

  • Romano Canosa, Storia di una grande paura: La sodomia a Firenze e a Venezia nel Quattrocento (Milan: Feltrinelli, 1991).
  • Louis Crompton, “The Myth of Lesbian Impunity,” Journal of Homosexuality, 6: 11-26 (1980-81).
  • Ernst Darmstaedter, “Anthemios und sein ‘künstliches Erdbeben’ in Byzanz,” Philologus, 88: 477-482 (1933).
  • Wayne R. Dynes, Homolexis: A Historical and Cultural Lexicon of Homosexuality (New York: The Scholarship Committee, Gay Academic Union, 1985).
  • Wayne R. Dynes, Warren Johansson, and William A. Percy, Encyclopedia of Homosexuality (New York: Garland Publishing, 1990).
  • J. Z. Eglinton (pseudonym of Walter Breen), Greek Love (New York: Oliver Layton Press, 1964).
  • Havelock Ellis, Sexual Inversion, third edition (Philadelphia: Davis, 1915).
  • Heinrich Finke, Papsttum und Untergang des Templerordens (Münster in Westfalen: Aschendorff, 1907).
  • F. J. Foakes Jackson, An Introduction to the History of Christianity A.D. 590-1314 (New York: Macmillan Company, 1921).
  • Michael Goodich, “Sodomy in Ecclesiastical Law and Theory,” Journal of Homosexuality, 1: 427-434 (1976).
  • Michael Goodich, “Sodomy in Medieval Secular Law,” Journal of Homosexuality, 1: 295-302 (1976).
  • Michael Goodich, The Unmentionable Vice: Homosexuality in the Later Medieval Period (Santa Barbara, CA: Ross-Erikson, 1979).
  • Solomon Grayzel, The Church and the Jews in the XIIIth Century: A Study of Their Relations during the Years 1198-1254, Based on the Papal Letters and the Conciliar Decrees of the Period, revised ed. (New York: Hermon Press, 1966).
  • J. S. Hamilton, Piers Gaveston, Earl of Cornwall, 1307-1312: Politics and Patronage in the Reign of Edward II (Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1988).
  • Marta Powell Harley, “Narcissus, Hermaphroditus, and Attis: Ovidian Lovers at the Fontaine d'Amors in Guillaume de Lorris's Roman de la rose,” PMLA, 101: 324-337 (1986).
  • Jill Harries and Ian Wood, eds., The Theodosian Code (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1993).
  • Reginald Hyatte, “Recoding Ideal Male Friendship as fine amor in the Prose Lancelot,” Neophilologus, 75: 505-518 (1991).
  • Warren Johansson, “London's Medieval Sodomites,” Cabirion, 10: 6-7, 34 (1984).
  • Warren Johansson, Wayne R. Dynes, and John Lauritsen, Homosexuality, Intolerance, and Christianity: A Critical Examination of John Boswell's Work. Second, enlarged edition (New York: The Scholarship Committee, Gay Academic Union, 1985) [Gai Saber Monograph No. 1].
  • Arnold H. Kamiat, “A Psychology of Asceticism,” Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 23: 223-231 (1928).
  • Richard Kay, “The Sin of Brunetto Latini,” Medieval Studies, 31: 262-286 (1969).
  • Karlhans Kluncker, “Die Templer: Geschichte und Geheimnis,” Zeitschrift für Religions- und Geistesgeschichte, 41: 215-247 (1989).
  • Harry J. Kuster, “Gelijkgeschlachtelijke liefde in de middeleeuwen,” Spiegel Historiael, 10: 232-237 (1975).
  • Harry J. Kuster, “Homoërotiek in de middeleeuwse poëzie,” Maatstaf, 24/1: 40-48 (1976).
  • Harry J. Kuster, “L'Amour physique unisexuel au Moyen Age,” Arcadie (1976), pp. 665-670.
  • Harry J. Kuster, Over Homoseksualiteit in Middeleeuws West-Europa: Some Observations on Homosexuality in Medieval Western Europe, Ph.D. dissertation, University of Utrecht (1977).
  • Harry J. Kuster and Raymond J. Cormier, “Old Views and New Trends: Observations on the Problem of Homosexuality in the Middle Ages,” Studi medievali, 3rd ser., 25: 587-610 (1983).
  • Robert Lafont, “Ar resplan la flors enversa: La Fleur du gay savoir,” Revue des Langues Romanes, 96: 105-117 (1992).

Gavin I. Langmuir, History, Religion, and Antisemitism (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1990).

  • Gavin I. Langmuir, Toward a Definition of Antisemitism (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1990).
  • Gershon Legman, Henry Charles Lea, Thomas Wright, George Witt, and Sir James Tennent, and Sir William Dugdale, The Guilt of the Templars (New York: Basic Books, 1966).
  • Werner Leibbrand and Annemarie Wettley, Der Wahnsinn: Geschichte der abendländischen Psychopathologie (Freiburg im Breisgau and Munich: Karl Alber, 1961).
  • Rolf Lenzen, “»Altercatio Ganimedis et Helene«–Kritische Edition mit Kommentar,” Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch, 7: 167-186 (1972).
  • W. Leonhardt, “Die Homosexualität in den ältesten deutschen Dichtkunst,” Jahrbuch für sexuelle Zwischenstufen, 12: 153-165 (1912).
  • Wolfgang Maaz, “Angstbewaltigung in mittelalterlicher Literatur,” in: Psychologie in der Mediävistik. Gesammelte Beiträge des Steinheimer Symposions, ed. Jürgen Kühnel, Hans-Dieter Mück, Ursula Müller, and Ulrich Müller (Göppingen: Kümmerle Verlag, 1985), pp. 51-77.
  • Christiane Marchello-Nizia and Michèle Perret, “Une Utopie homosexuelle au quatorzième siècle: L'Ile sans femmes d'Agriano,” Stanford French Review, 14: 231-241 (1990).
  • H. A. Mason, “A Journey through Hell: Dante's Inferno Re-visited,” Cambridge Quarterly, 21: 150-169 (1992).
  • Matthias Meier, Die Lehre des Thomas von Aquino De passionibus animae in quellenanalytischer Darstellung (Münster in Westfalen: Aschendorff, 1912).
  • Dmitri Obolensky, The Bogomils: A Study in Balkan Neo-Manichaeism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1948.
  • Elisabeth Pavan, “Police des moeurs, société et politique à Venise à la fin du Moyen Age,” Revue historique, 264: 241-288 (1960).
  • Pierre J. Payer, Sex and the Penitentials: The Development of a Sexual Code, 550-1150. (Toronto: Toronto University Press, 1984).
  • Joseph Pequigney, “Sodomy in Dante's Inferno and Purgatorio,” Representations, 36: 22-42 (1991).
  • Ivan Petkanov, “Bulgar(us) e suknja nelle parlate italiane e neolatine,” Ricerche slavistiche, 3: 43-50 (1954).
  • Ivan Petkanov, “Slavianski vliianiia v romanskite ezitsi i dialekti (do XVI v.) [Slavic Influences in the Romance Languages and Dialects (to the 16th century)],” Godishnik na Sofiiskiia universitet, Filologicheski fakultet, 55/1: 193-316 (1960-61).
  • Ivan Petkanov, “Le nom Bulgare dans les langues et les dialectes romans,” Bulgarian Historical Review, 12/3: 97-107 (1984).
  • Ivan Petkanov, Slavianski vliianiia v romanskite ezitsi i dialekti [Slavic Influences in the Romance Languages and Dialects] (Sofia: Izdatelstvo na B_lgarskata akademiia na naukite, 1988), pp. 92-120 (b_lgarin), pp. 133-134 (bogomil).
  • Numa Praetorius (pseudonym of Eugen Wilhelm), “Ein homosexueller Ritter des 15. Jahrhunderts,” Jahrbuch für sexuelle Zwischenstufen, 12: 207-230 (1912).
  • Richard M. Price, “The Distinctiveness of Early Christian Sexual Ethics,” Heythrop Journal, 31: 257-276 (1990).
  • Borislav Primov, Bugrite: Kniga za pop Bogomil i negovite posledovateli [The Bougres: A Book about Pop Bogomil and His Followers] (Sofia: Izdatelstvo na Otechestveniia Front, 1970).
  • Borislav Primov, Les Bougres: Histoire du pope Bogomile et de ses adeptes, trans. Monette Ribeyrol (Paris: Payot, 1975).
  • Michael J. Rocke, “Il controllo dell'omosessualità a Firenze nel XV secolo: gli Ufficiali di Notte,” Quaderni storici, 44: 701-23 (1987).
  • Michael J. Rocke, “Sodomites in Fifteenth-Century Tuscany: The Views of Bernardino of Siena,” Journal of Homosexuality, 16/1-2: 7-31 (1988).
  • Michael J. Rocke, Male Homosexuality and its Regulation in Late Medieval Florence, 2 vols., Ph.D. dissertation, SUNY at Binghamton (1990).
  • Guido Ruggiero, “Sexual Criminality in the Early Renaissance: Venice 1338-1358,” Journal of Social History, 8: 18-37 (1975).
  • Guido Ruggiero, The Boundaries of Eros: Sex, Crime and Sexuality in Renaissance Venice (New York: Oxford University Press, 1985).
  • Kenneth C. Russell, “Aelred, The Gay Abbot of Rievaulx,” Studia Mystica, 5/4: 51-64 (1982).
  • Kristian Schjelderup, Die Askese. Eine religionspsychologische Untersuchung (Berlin and Leipzig: Walter de Gruyter, 1928).
  • Otto Snell, Hexenprozess und Geistesstörung. Psychiatrische Untersuchungen (Munich: Verlag von J. F. Lehmann, 1891).
  • Brigitte Spreitzer, Die stumme Sünde: Homosexualität im Mittelalter. Mit einem Textanhang (Göppingen: Kümmerle Verlag, 1988).
  • Thomas Stehling, ed., Medieval Latin Poems of Love and Friendship (New York: Garland Publishing, 1984).
  • Thomas Stehling, “To Love a Medieval Boy,” in Essays on Gay Literature, ed. Stuart Kellogg (New York and Binghamton: Harrington Park Press, 1985), pp. 151-170.
  • Adolf J. Storfer, “Askese und Sadomasochismus,” Die psychoanalytische Bewegung, 1: 163-166 (1929).
  • John Addington Symonds, The Renaissance in Italy (London: John Murray, 1897-1900).
  • Maureen A. Tilley, “The Ascetic Body and the (Un)Making of the World of the Martyr,” Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 59: 467-479 (1991).
  • Vladimir Topentcharov, Boulgres & Cathares: Deux brasures une même flamme (Paris: Seghers, 1971).
  • Michael W. Twomey, “Cleanness, Peter Comestor, and the Revelationes Sancti Methodii,” Mediaevalia, 11: 203-217 (1985).
  • Undine Freiin von Verschuer, “Die Homosexuellen in Dantes ‘Göttlicher Komödie’.” Jahrbuch für sexuelle Zwischenstufen, 8: 353-363 (1906).
  • Andrew Dickson White, A History of the Warfare of Science with Theology in Christendom (New York: Appleton, 1896).
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