Research on human sexuality enjoyed a boom around 1900. Beyond the boundaries of science, a widespread social debate arose about the new discoveries and their potential social, moral, and political implications. This anthology examines the interactions between science, society, and art and offers historical-critical readings for a broad range of representations of sexual pathology.
Oliver Böni, Univ. Münster; Japhet Johnstone, Univ. Münster / Univ. of Washington, Seattle, USA.