Abstract
Georges Vigarello, après Le Propre et le sale et L'histoire culturelle du sport, nous propose au Seuil une Histoire du viol en grande partie consacrée aux XVIIIe et XIXe siècles. Il comble en partie une lacune historiographique sur un crime qui intéresse tout particulièrement l'histoire des femmes ainsi que les modalités relationnelles entre les sexes et rend son historicité à un crime trop souvent considéré comme intemporel. Il montre combien au XVIIIe la femme n'est pas considérée c..
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DOI 10.4000/clio.303
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