Publications (other)

Excavating feminist knowledges and practices in the field of sexual assault service provision: An Australian case study

In this article, Suzanne Egan looks at the interplay between sexual assault professionals and 'naturalised' feminist knowledge to examine the issue of professionalised service provision...

How Rape Myths Are Used and Challenged in Rape and Sexual Assault Trials

In this 2017 article in Social and Legal Studies, Olivia Smith and Tina Skinner present fresh evidence on the use of rape myths within sexual...

Rape Trials and Sexual History Evidence: Reforming the Law on Third-Party Evidence

In this 2017 article in The Journal of Criminal Law, Clare McGlyn explores the legal context of the admission of third party evidence at rape...

Trauma, Body, and Mind: Forensic Medicine in Nineteenth-Century Dutch Rape Cases

In this 2013 article, published in the¬†Journal of the History of Sexuality, Willemijn Ruberg explores rape trauma in nineteenth-century Holland.   Willemijn Ruberg 'Trauma, Body,...

Sexual assault as trauma: a Foucauldian examination of knowledge practices in the field of sexual assault service provision

In this article published in 2016 in Feminist Review, Suzanne Egan explores the diverse uses made of psychological trauma by sexual assault services.   Suzanne...

Violence against Women and Ethnicity: Commonalities and Differences across Europe

Violence against Women and Ethnicity, published in 2001, is the first reader of its kind to focus specifically on the ways in which minority ethnic...