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Queer Masculinities, — pp Cite as. In late medieval and early modern Europe, the Swiss were frequently caricatured along sexual lines. They [did] not suffer anymore from the accusations and even [did] not feel obliged to apologize or bring charges against their defamers. Then, this well-known talk would really be silenced.
Advertisement Hide. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. My thanks go to Matt Johnson and Steve Gutterman for feedback on this article. Google Scholar. Thomas A. Felix Hemmerli, De nobilitate. I am using sodomy to denote male-male sexual acts in this context. In Latin texts of the period under consideration, the term sodomia or vicium sodomiticum can cover a much wider terrain of non-procreative sexual acts including cross-species sexuality.
At the same time, in a number of contexts, the same term refers to male-male eroticism primarily. See Mark D. For Zurich and Lucerne comparative figures are available that roughly compare to my own calculations, see Gerold Meyer von Knonau, Der Canton Zurich, historischgeographisch-statistisch St.
Gallen: Huber, 19, In the early modern period very few areas of the Swiss Confederacy were non-German speaking. He was frequently welcomed and given food or housing when people in various regions of Germany learnt he was Swiss. Responses to the Confederacy were in part conditioned by social and educational status.