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  • 1
    Book chapter
    Book chapter
    Manchester University Press
    Language: English
    In: A History of the Case Study, Chapter 002
    Description: This chapter investigates the agency of the sexual public, and the indirect power wielded by these readers and patients of sexology in defending the truth of sexological case writings. Through the works and the figure of Sacher-Masoch, the chapter considers how in the late nineteenth century medical case studies functioned as sites of reinterpretation by doctors, and by sexological patients and other members of an emerging sexual public. Sacher-Masoch’s literary case study, his Darwinist novella Venus im Pelz (Venus in Furs) , constitutes the first fictional account of what became known as masochism. The chapter argues that masochist readers were the first to reinterpret Sacher-Masoch’s literary investigations into Darwinism as a roman-à-clef. In doing so, some of them contributed greatly to the recategorisation of Sacher-Masoch as a masochist—through patient statements and biography, both of which informed sexological discourse.
    Keywords: Intellectual History ; Leopold Von Sacher-Masoch ; Richard Von Krafft-Ebing ; Carl Felix Von Schlichtegroll ; Invention Of Masochism ; Darwinism ; European Literature ; Masochist Sexual Public ; Case Study
    ISBN: 9780719099434
    Source: University Press Scholarship Online
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  • 2
    Language: English
    In: A History of the Case Study, Chapter 003
    Description: This chapters examines the attempts by psychiatrists and psychoanalysts to popularise their research by choosing to analyse cases—and thus the phenomenon of—creative genius. It shows how psychoanalysis and its proponents co-opted and adapted the medical case study as an extant and authoritative rhetorical form through which to forge a new mode of enquiry. The ways in which psychoanalysts such as Isidor Sadger sought to incorporate and adapt sexological pathographies into psychoanalytic thought, shaped the responses within the Vienna Psychoanalytic Society (WPV) and fuelled a debate that directly contributed to Freud’s development of psychoanalytic case writing. The decisive sophistication of this discourse can be appreciated in Sigmund Freud’s dialogic-psychoanalytic case studies, which show his keen appreciation of the bond that tied middle-class readers to revered creative artists. Yet Freud hesitated (or perhaps thought it fruitless) to challenge this reverence and left the complex quantification of results to his pupil Otto Rank.
    Keywords: Intellectual History ; Creative Genius ; Theory Of Creativity ; Paul Julius Möbius ; Sigmund Freud ; Isidor Sadger ; Otto Rank ; Case Study
    ISBN: 9780719099434
    Source: University Press Scholarship Online
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  • 3
    Book chapter
    Book chapter
    Manchester University Press
    Language: English
    In: A History of the Case Study, Chapter 004
    Description: Late nineteenth-century and fin-de-siècle writers first engaged with the case study genre in its psychiatric and psychoanalytic manifestations by means of satire, as recounted in Chapter 3. This chapter contrasts the interpretative powers of modern sexual publics and professional elites with the agency of the writer. It does so through enquiry into Panizza’s satirical and delusional negotiation of the boundaries between the two ‘cultures’ of art and science ( pace C. P. Snow). Panizza’s first exposure to the case study genre was in the context of his training as a psychiatrist. More than a decade before Freud’s elaborations on the psychoanalytic case, Panizza made the human case study a central form in his literary oeuvre. Panizza anti-psychiatric dystopian work Psichopatia criminalis , represents the only persiflage of a medical case study compilation in European literature. Yet his engagement with the case study genre remains haunted by his own unruly psyche.
    Keywords: Intellectual History ; Oskar Panizza ; Psichopatia Criminalis ; Illenau Clinic ; Case Study ; Dystopia ; Satire ; Anti-Psychiatry Movement
    ISBN: 9780719099434
    Source: University Press Scholarship Online
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  • 4
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    Book chapter
    Manchester University Press
    Language: English
    In: A History of the Case Study, Chapter 005
    Description: State Prosecutor and legal reformer Erich Wulffen used the case study genre for legal and largely didactic purposes. Chapter 4 illustrates the adoption of the conventions of sexological case writing by the legal fraternity in twentieth-century Central Europe, and ways in which Wulffen brought the case study genre from the hidden world of the court to the wider public. In doing this, Wulffen carved a niche for himself as an expert in legal reform and sexology in Wilhelmine and Weimar Germany. He embraced different kinds of case modalities over the course of his professional career, targeting professional, middle-class audiences and the wider reading public during his thirty years in the role of prosecutor. The changing success of Wulffen’s publications highlights the intensifying crisis of the expert case study as a modality able to ‘speak the truth’ about modern sexuality and deviance. While Wulffen’s expert case studies about con men and other criminals were highly successful during the Wilhelmine era, the same approach and model for case writing met a more critical audience after 1918. Wulffen embraced the challenge of a new democratic environment by writing implicitly didactical popular crime novels. However, eventually his criminal subjects literally ‘wrote back’ after their sensationalised trials, using case studies in an attempt to narrate their own versions of events. The accounts of these criminals-turned-writers such as convicted paedophile Edith Cadivec. Thus the popularisation of sensationalist case studies, written, for instance, by perpetrators of crime, was an important factor in the case study genre’s loss of respectability.
    Keywords: Intellectual History ; Erich Wulffen ; Georges Manolescu ; Edith Cadivec ; Legal Reform ; Expert Case Study ; Crime Novel ; Autobiography Of Criminals ; Con Men ; Sex Crimes
    ISBN: 9780719099434
    Source: University Press Scholarship Online
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  • 5
    Book chapter
    Book chapter
    Manchester University Press
    Language: English
    In: A History of the Case Study, Chapter 001
    Description: A History of the Case Study represents a critical intervention into contemporary debate concerning the construction of knowledge which – after Michel Foucault’s elaborations on modern discourses of power – considers the medical case study in particular as an expression of new forms of disciplinary authority. This volume scrutinises the changing status of the human case study, that is, the medical, legal or literary case study that places an individual at its centre. With close reference to the dawning of ‘sexual modernity’ during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and to ideas about sexual identity in the period immediately before and after the fin de siècle, the following chapters examine the case writing practices of selected pioneers of the case study genre....
    Keywords: Intellectual History
    ISBN: 9780719099434
    Source: University Press Scholarship Online
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  • 6
    Book chapter
    Book chapter
    Manchester University Press
    Language: English
    In: A History of the Case Study, Chapter 008
    Description: This volume delineates the changing forms of the case study across disciplines and decades, mapping circuits of knowledge through which the sexed and gendered human subject became a persistently urgent topic of enquiry in the Western world. A History of the Case Study presents an analysis of case writing about the human subject from a critical juncture in its formation in the second half of the nineteenth century, when, as claimed by Michel Foucault, sexuality came to be regarded as a conceptual part of human nature. According to Foucault’s famous dictum, notions of sexuality ‘organized sex as a “fictitious unity”’ of distinct parts and functions, feelings and behaviours; new categories for describing and policing sex produced a new object of enquiry....
    Keywords: Intellectual History
    ISBN: 9780719099434
    Source: University Press Scholarship Online
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  • 7
    Language: English
    In: Interwar Vienna
    Description: ACCORDING TO PAUL ENGLISCH, that meticulous historian of erotic literature, Arthur Schnitzler (1862–1931) and Franz Blei (1871–42) were both eroticists, a reputation they still possess to the present day. The two Vienna-based writers did indeed have a passion for the depiction of erotic motifs....
    Keywords: History & Archaeology
    Source: Cambridge Core All Books (Cambridge University Press)〈img src=https://exlibris-pub.s3.amazonaws.com/CUP%20logo%20%282%29.gif style="vertical-align:middle;margin-left:7px"〉
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  • 8
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    Language: German
    In: Kulturtransfer in der jüdischen Geschichte ; (2006) 173-186
    Description: Kulturtransfer in der jüdischen Geschichte. Wolfgang Schmale, Martina Steer (Hg.). Frankfurt a. M.: Campus Verlag, 2006
    Keywords: Calwell, Arthur Augustus; Jews -- Australia; Jews -- Australia -- History -- 1500-; יהודים -- אוסטרליה; יהודים -- אוסטרליה -- היסטוריה -- 1500-; Australia -- Emigration and immigration; אוסטרליה -- הגירה; أستراليا -- النزوح والهجرة
    Source: The National Library of Israel〈img src="http://exlibris-pub.s3.amazonaws.com/National_Library_IL.gif" style="vertical-align:middle;margin-left:7px"〉
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  • 9
    Language: German
    In: Jüdische Identitäten (2000) 243-269
    Keywords: Jews -- Australia; Jews -- Australia -- Sydney (N.S.W.); Jewish refugees -- Australia; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945); יהודים -- אוסטרליה; اليهود -- أستراليا; יהודים -- אוסטרליה -- סידני; פליטים יהודיים -- אוסטרליה; שואה; المحرقة النازيّة (1939-1945); Nazi persecution of Jews; World War, 1939-1945 -- Jews; Holocaust, Nazi; Ḥurban (1939-1945); Ḥurbn (1939-1945); Jewish Catastrophe (1939-1945); Shoʼah (1939-1945); Jewish Holocaust (1939-1945); Extermination, Jewish (1939-1945); Catastrophe, Jewish (1939-1945); Final solution; Nazi Holocaust; Holocaust; Jews -- Nazi persecution; Destruction of the Jews (1939-1945); Australia -- Emigration and immigration; אוסטרליה -- הגירה; أستراليا -- النزوح والهجرة
    Source: The National Library of Israel〈img src="http://exlibris-pub.s3.amazonaws.com/National_Library_IL.gif" style="vertical-align:middle;margin-left:7px"〉
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  • 10
    Book chapter
    Book chapter
    Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
    Language: English
    Source: Open Access LMU (Universitätsbibliothek der LMU München)
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