Federico Garza Carvajal, Butterflies will burn. Prosecuting Sodomites in Early Modern Spain and Mexico, Austin

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van der Heijden Manon, « Federico Garza Carvajal, Butterflies will burn. Prosecuting Sodomites in Early Modern Spain and Mexico, Austin », Crime, Histoire & Sociétés, ID : 10.4000/chs.318


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Along with the wave of surveys on early modern European criminality and legislation, related subjects, such as sodomites and gender roles in criminal courts, have been studied thoroughly as well. The ways in which those studies were presented were always very much related to the early modern sources that revealed the information: court records and other literary sources on «criminal» behaviour. Hence, historians dealing with homosexuality generally focus on the prosecution of sodomites, the a...

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