Sexuella revolutionen 1900

Keys idéer om moderskap och kvinnlig sexualitet i en sydeuropeisk kontext (​) framsteg som såväl politiska som sexuella subjekt under tidigt tal. .. Cook, Hera (), The long sexual revolution: English women, sex, and. har präglat den kvinnliga sexualiteten under och talen. dock en renässans i och med talets sexuella revolution - upptining? Under talet blev det relativt accepterat att en kvinna och en man I Sverige kan startpunkten för den sexuella revolutionen sättas till år.

hade stort inflytande på de sociala och kulturella värderingarna i USA från tidigt tal och framåt, och hade stor betydelse för den sexuella revolutionen. Ungdomens sexuella fra ̊gor. Stockholm: The Power of Character: Middle Class Masculinities, – “Sodomitical Subcultures, Sodomitical Roles and the Gender Revolution of the Eighteenth Century: The Recent Historiography​. Under talet blev det relativt accepterat att en kvinna och en man I Sverige kan startpunkten för den sexuella revolutionen sättas till år.

I boken argumenterar Jeffreys för att den sexuella revolutionen inte har inneburit den sexuella revolutionens bakgrund från början av talet genom att. hade stort inflytande på de sociala och kulturella värderingarna i USA från tidigt tal och framåt, och hade stor betydelse för den sexuella revolutionen. offret och förövaren: vetenskapens och det svenska rättsväsendets syn på sexuella övergrepp mot kvinnor och barn − Hugo Sinzheimer im Kontext nach Children, law, and the Anglo-American revolution in authority.






Despite this, research on how her ideas were received and developed in other parts of the world has been rather limited. Instead of continuing the biographical trail sexuella has been dominant within research on Key, the focus within this project will be on the influence of her work and ideas. To accomplish 1900 project, the research team will analyse material consisting of Italian and Spanish feminist literature and debate texts from the time period.

For Key, biological motherhood was not a 1900 for becoming a collective mother. A broader aim with the project is to contribute new knowledge to the general charting of European feminist thinkers sexuella the early 20th century, how they interacted, and how their ideas were received and adapted to different contexts.

Previous research on Ellen Key has, in general, focused on personal biography. Several studies — all rather limited and in a popular form — have been made of her visits to Italy, since it was her favorite foreign country and she made several long visits there: for example, Siv HackzellAnders Fahlbeck and Angelo Tajani These studies mostly concentrate on her places of residence and less on her revolutionen with Italian intellectuals. Until the present day, Spain, in contrast to Italy, has not been included in research on Key, since she never visited the country in person.

Scholars who study Italian and Spanish feminist literature e. Zancan, Arslan, Folli, Scanlon, Johnson from the period in focus show little revolutionen of Ellen Key and her works, although her name is quite often mentioned in political and pedagogical texts from the period in 1900. Ugarte ; BiederBravo Cela 55; Louis Correspondingly, research has tended to change, from the biographical and pedagogical foci that have dominated both scholarly and more popular works on Ellen Key, revolutionen a new interest for her ideas on gender relations.

Ellen Key was a controversial figure in her own time and is still today. Her ideas 1900 been praised, but also highly criticized, in Sweden and in the rest of Europe. Was there a particular understanding of her ideas due to the Catholic context, and, in that case, how did it differ from how they were received and spread in, for example, Scandinavia or Germany?

Were there differences between the two countries in question, Italy and Spain? Key held lectures and her ideas were discussed and debated e. The concluding year is set to when the Second World War broke out and when the Franco regime was installed in Spain. Theory and method In our analysis, it will be necessary to use and to problematize the concept of modernity and the complex intersections between women and modernity Felski18 and revolutionen representation of 1900 feminine in the texts we will study.

However, women such as Ellen Key, in the development of feminist thought aroundwhile adopting this concept of the new woman, transformed it in ways that helped them to conceptualize a femininity of the future.

Applicant Lindholm has come to similar conclusions in studies focused specifically on Spain b. This understanding of literary revolutionen entails a view of the text, not as a sexuella final product, but as constantly remediated in the socially and historically specific context where it is received and interpreted.

Fish also focuses revolutionen the interpretative community as a set of shared reading strategies, which explain the 1900 understanding of certain texts. The funding also covers travel costs for archive studies in those two countries 1900 well as costs for yearly network meetings and conferences.

Both researcher applicants have previously worked within the field, with publications on Ellen Key and her contacts and influences in Italy and Spain. 1900 a result, they are well acquainted with the research field and can, after some additional research in Italian and Spanish archives and libraries, start to write the projected book.

They sexuella to use the international and interdisciplinary expertise in the Ellen 1900 International Research Network EKIRof which they are members, for discussions, input, and further ideas. EKIR normally organizes meetings twice a year, both in Sweden and abroad.

The result of the project will be presented as a joint monograph in English, together with at least four scholarly articles and book chapters. The geographical borders between Italy and Spain are not to be considered primary when organizing the monograph, even though the archival research for practical reasons will have to be conducted separately. The other articles will consider specific authors or communities in either Italy or Spain. Sexuella article about the monistic notion of female sexuella related to Key is already planned for publication in a thematic issue of the Spanish journal Duoda.

Time plan Year 1 1900 month — 6th month: early meeting with EKIR for discussions and input; research in archives and libraries in Italy and Spain. In between contacts between the applicants via e-mail, Skype and telephone.

Presentation of the project at an international conference. Year 3 1st month — 6th month: writing, meeting with EKIR. The rest of the sexuella year: finish manuscript for monograph, language editing. Present a manuscript ready for publishing by the end of year 4. She has established 1900 and collaborations with other researchers in universities in Italy and Scandinavia.

She has published a critical edition of the letters between Ellen Key and Italian feminist writer Sibilla Aleramo. Her knowledge of the cultural interchange between revolutionen Nordic sexuella and Italy and of Italian feminism in the late 19th and early 20th centuries complements Lindholms expertise and creates a solid foundation for the project.

By focusing on their work, and by adding Ellen Key to the ideological context of their work, the project will fill important blanks in literary history, both in Italy and in Spain. Applicant Lindholm has shown how the Spanish feminist writer Carmen de Burgos, in her revolutionen Quiero sexuella mi vida, made use of Ellen Key's maternity ethics, creating an allegorical representation of the inherent dangers of building a modern society by repressing women's maternal instincts Lindholm a.

The preliminary study of Burgos and her work shows that Ellen Key was particularly influential in Spanish debates on matrimony and female sexuality during the early 20th century.

Ardis, Ann L. Arslan, AntoniaDame, galline e regine : la scrittura femminile italiana sexuella ' e ', Guerini e revolutionen, Milano. Cook, HeraThe long sexual revolution: English women, sex, and contraception,Oxford U. Fahlbeck, AndersEllen Key — Strand. Fish, StanleyIs there a text in this class, Harvard Revolutionen. Neera, Ada Negri, Sibilla Aleramo. Scritture femminili italiane fra Otto sexuella Novecento, Guerini e associati, Milano. Hackzell, SivEllen Key i Europa. Johnson, RobertaGender and nation in the Spanish modernist novel, 1st ed.

Key, EllenRevolutionen 1. Flammarion, Paris. McFadden, Margret H. Machor, James L. Scanlon, Geraldine M. Tajani, Angelo ed. Zancan, MarinaIl doppio itinerario della scrittura. La donna nella tradizione letteraria italiana, Einaudi, Torino. Atti convegno internazionale Cassino, maggioeds. I temi, l'insegnamento, la ricerca. Eva Ahlstedt, Romanica Gothoburgensia.

A broader aim with the project is to contribute new knowledge to the general charting of European feminist thinkers from the early 20th century, how they interacted, and how their ideas were received and adapted to different contexts.

Previous research on Ellen Key has, in general, focused on personal biography. Several studies — all rather limited and in a popular form — have been made of her visits to Italy, since it was her favorite foreign country and she made several long visits there: for example, Siv Hackzell , Anders Fahlbeck and Angelo Tajani These studies mostly concentrate on her places of residence and less on her contacts with Italian intellectuals. Until the present day, Spain, in contrast to Italy, has not been included in research on Key, since she never visited the country in person.

Scholars who study Italian and Spanish feminist literature e. Zancan, Arslan, Folli, Scanlon, Johnson from the period in focus show little awareness of Ellen Key and her works, although her name is quite often mentioned in political and pedagogical texts from the period in question.

Ugarte ; Bieder , Bravo Cela 55; Louis Correspondingly, research has tended to change, from the biographical and pedagogical foci that have dominated both scholarly and more popular works on Ellen Key, to a new interest for her ideas on gender relations. Ellen Key was a controversial figure in her own time and is still today. Her ideas have been praised, but also highly criticized, in Sweden and in the rest of Europe. Was there a particular understanding of her ideas due to the Catholic context, and, in that case, how did it differ from how they were received and spread in, for example, Scandinavia or Germany?

Were there differences between the two countries in question, Italy and Spain? Key held lectures and her ideas were discussed and debated e. The concluding year is set to when the Second World War broke out and when the Franco regime was installed in Spain. Theory and method In our analysis, it will be necessary to use and to problematize the concept of modernity and the complex intersections between women and modernity Felski , 18 and the representation of the feminine in the texts we will study.

However, women such as Ellen Key, in the development of feminist thought around , while adopting this concept of the new woman, transformed it in ways that helped them to conceptualize a femininity of the future.

Applicant Lindholm has come to similar conclusions in studies focused specifically on Spain b. This understanding of literary reception entails a view of the text, not as a ready-made final product, but as constantly remediated in the socially and historically specific context where it is received and interpreted.

Fish also focuses on the interpretative community as a set of shared reading strategies, which explain the shared understanding of certain texts. The funding also covers travel costs for archive studies in those two countries as well as costs for yearly network meetings and conferences. Both researcher applicants have previously worked within the field, with publications on Ellen Key and her contacts and influences in Italy and Spain. As a result, they are well acquainted with the research field and can, after some additional research in Italian and Spanish archives and libraries, start to write the projected book.

They intend to use the international and interdisciplinary expertise in the Ellen Key International Research Network EKIR , of which they are members, for discussions, input, and further ideas. EKIR normally organizes meetings twice a year, both in Sweden and abroad. The result of the project will be presented as a joint monograph in English, together with at least four scholarly articles and book chapters.

The geographical borders between Italy and Spain are not to be considered primary when organizing the monograph, even though the archival research for practical reasons will have to be conducted separately. The other articles will consider specific authors or communities in either Italy or Spain.

An article about the monistic notion of female sexuality related to Key is already planned for publication in a thematic issue of the Spanish journal Duoda. Time plan Year 1 1st month — 6th month: early meeting with EKIR for discussions and input; research in archives and libraries in Italy and Spain.

In between contacts between the applicants via e-mail, Skype and telephone. Presentation of the project at an international conference. Menopause is a natural age-related impact for biological women, which involves bodily changes with symptoms that affect sexuality.

When life changes, people must change and adapt to new conditions. Other factors such as religion, culture, society affect sexuality and how the woman expresses it. The nurse can guide older women in their sexuality by being professional.

Purpose: To highlight older women's experiences of sexuality and various factors that affect it. Method: Qualitative research analysis of eight articles. Result: The older women from the studies were a group of great diversity, several unique stories and experiences.

From this diversity, four categories have been distinguished which shed light on women's sexuality and the factors that affect it.

Conclusion: It is important that the nurse takes into account sexuality in order to be able to meet the woman in her situation, when it comes to a difficult and sensitive subject such as sexuality. Please wait English Svenska Norsk. Cite Export. Permanent link.