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  • "Die Homosexualität des Mannes und des Weibes." Translation by Magnus Hirschfeld. Gay and Lesbian Review (November/December 2002).<br>
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  • Wilde trial of 1895, Magnus Hirschfeld, a secretly transvestite the movement; though, Hirschfeld opposed outing. Ivan Bloch, a German-Jewish
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  • scholarship and activism. Early figures, such as Karl Heinrich Ulrichs, Magnus Hirschfeld, and Eugen Wilhelm used pseudonyms. At a time when open espousal of
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  • <p style="line-height: 120%;">Magnus Hirschfeld, <i>Die Homosexualität perfectly summarizes the state of the question in 1913, when Hirschfeld
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  • Magnus Hirschfeld, <i>Die Homosexualität ...ng paraphrase perfectly summarizes the state of the question in 1913, when Hirschfeld was assembling his magnum opus. Since then many further studies and analyse
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  • ... Movement in Germany," detailing Hitler's ruthless destruct­ion of Magnus Hirschfeld's library and irreplaceable manuscripts (seized 6 May 1933, and burned a fe ... ceased to interest the police power of the state.<ref>According to Magnus Hirschfeld, Die Homosexualität des Mannes und des Weibes (Berlin, 1914), pp. 842-54,
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  • [[media:Hirschfeld.pdf | Magnus Hirschfeld]] [[media:Hirschfeld.pdf | Magnus Hirschfeld]]
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  • ...nym of Edward Irenaeus Prime-Stevenson], ''The Intersexes'' (1907), Magnus Hirschfeld, ''Die Homosexualität des Mannes und des Weibes'' (1914), and Arlindo Cami
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  • ..., painstaking English translations by Michael Lombardi-Nash of Ulrichs and Hirschfeld. But beyond all this, Vern fought for better recognition of homosexuals in ...red Kinsey, to whom he gave pride of place in Before Stonewall, and Magnus Hirschfeld, Vern was modest and retiring. His writing and speaking styles were as uns
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  • signed Magnus Hirschfeld's petition
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  • signed Magnus Hirschfeld's petition
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  • this intervention, Magnus [[Hirschfeld]] was after Hirschfeld's death on May 14,
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  • ... marry. It is just as likely he got the term from his analysis as from the Hirschfeld sources. ...tion of same-sex orientation with anatomical androgyny goes back to Magnus Hirschfeld and others of his time in Europe.
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  • ...omosexuals: Bibliography on the internet from September 2010 at the Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology at www2.hu-berlin.de/sexology. 1. English Homosexual Poetry: An Overview. On the Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology (of Erwin Haeberle, Berlin) at www2.hu-berlin.de/sexol
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  • ...ent was not as homegrown as it seemed, for the émigrés knew about Magnus Hirschfeld and his Institute in Berlin. Alas, few of us could read German in those day
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  • the speech was delivered in his stead by Magnus Hirschfeld, the ... themselves socialists of one sort or another -- this would include Magnus Hirschfeld, Kurt Hiller, Benedict Friedlaender, Havelock Ellis, Edward Carpenter, and
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  • ...st in the volumes of the Jahrbuch für sexuelle Zwischenstufen and then in Hirschfeld's monumental Die Homosexual¬ität des Mannes und des Weibes (1914). Resea ...ed works, of the first movement, together with 20,000 uncatalogued volumes Hirschfeld had collected.
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  • ...ema benefited from the participation of homosexual movement pioneer Magnus Hirschfeld in the creation of the 1919 educational film, Anders als die Andern, presen
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  • ...osexuality only. The Scientific Humanitarian Committee, founded by Magnus Hirschfeld in 1897, began by drafting a petition to the German legislature, obtaining
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  • ...penal code, which criminalized male homosexuality only. Founded by Magnus Hirschfeld in 1897, the Berlin Scientific Humanitarian Commit¬tee heralded the entry The rise to power of the Nazis doomed the German movement: Hirschfeld presciently departed in 1929; the Committee disbanded under pressure in 193
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  • 2001 - current: Director, Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Humboldt University, Berlin
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  • 2001 - current: Director, Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Humboldt University, Berlin
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  • ...heless, the German homosexual rights movement was founded by a Jew, Magnus Hirschfeld, in 1897, and it was Kurt Hiller, also Jewish, who in 1921 conceived of the
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  • ... many men, but the most important of these was the Berlin physician Magnus Hirschfeld. ...to is an important historical document for a special reason: It also shows Hirschfeld's last disciple and heir - Li Shiu Tong, a young medical student from Hong
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  • *''Die Homosexualität des Mannes und des Weibes'' Translation by Magnus Hirschfeld. Gay and Lesbian Review November/December 2002.
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  • ...t homosexual rights group, the Scientific Humanitarian Committee of Magnus Hirschfeld)—was a pederast and anarchist journal "for male culture" with an individu ...in the ''Gemeinschaft der Eigenen'' (the Community of Self-Owners) and the Hirschfeld group—constituted two wings of the gay movement. Although they collaborat
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  • ...issenschaftlich-humanitäre Komitee), led throughout its history by Magnus Hirschfeld (1868–1935). The WhK, founded in 1897, was Germany’s most prominent gay ...ce): “The basis of our work is and remains not politics, but science,” Hirschfeld reiterated (JfsZ, October 1909, 26). The WhK regarded homosexuals as a “t
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  • ===Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology=== ... the first institute for Sexology could be established in Berlin by Magnus Hirschfeld. Such research then also began to be discussed in international sexological
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  • ... the first institute for Sexology could be established in Berlin by Magnus Hirschfeld. Such research then also began to be discussed in international sexological ...n Europe, all serious sexological work came to an end. The Nazis destroyed Hirschfeld's Institute and burned most sexological literature. This systematic destruc
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  • ...d support the homosexual rights’ movement that began in 1912 and visited Hirschfeld in Berlin. Von Römer closely cooperated with the leader of the German move ... medical terms, more in the terminology of Oscar Wilde than that of Magnus Hirschfeld: “there is no unconditional immorality, but for sure a very conditional o
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  • ...al law § 175 which punishes sexual contact between men. For the committee Hirschfeld edits the "Yearbook for Intermediate Sexual Stages" (1899-1923). (The cente Hirschfeld's rival, the Berlin physician Albert Moll, publishes his "Investigations Co
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  • Short bio and bibliography of Magnus Hirschfeld [http://homoencyclopedia.com/wap/pdf/cat-magnus-hirschfeld.pdf cat-magnus-hirschfeld.pdf]
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  • 3. Manfred Herzer: Magnus Hirschfeld - Leben und Werk eines jüdischen, schwulen und sozialistischen Sexologen
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  • Magnus Hirschfeld Institute for Sexology, Humboldt University, Berlin
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  • book on the major gay artist Magnus Enckell is notable. </span></p> represented. Magnus Hirschfeld, a gay doctor and activist who wrote what is
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  • ... Sarah D. Goode; Palgrave Macmillan, London, 2011. A review for the Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Humboldt University of Berlin.
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  • leadership of Magnus Hirschfeld in Berlin, the German effort (actually
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  • of Oscar Wilde that inspired Magnus Hirschfeld to found the Scientific Humanitarian Committee,
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  • ...t that gay liberation was merely due to Anglophones. Andre Gide and Magnus Hirschfeld as well as Michelangelo and Leonardo inspired American homophiles. After Hi
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  • ...nt in Europe were either socialists of one kind or another (such as Magnus Hirschfeld, founder of the Scientific Humanitarian Committee; Edward Carpenter; Oscar
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  • ...-humanitäre Komitee (Scientific Humanitarian Committee), headed by Magnus Hirschfeld (1868–1935). Founded in 1897, the committee was Germany's most prominent ... At the 1928 congress in Copenhagen of the World League for Sexual Reform, Hirschfeld read a paper on the subject of homosexual oppression written by Hiller titl
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  • ...e world’s first gay periodical in 1896, Der Eigene, a year before Magnus Hirschfeld launched his Scientific-Humanitarian Committee.<ref>See John Lauritsen and
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