Prostitutions-Utopien und -Realitäten der Habsburgermonarchie. Zu einem Text von Paul ZschorlichAutoren
Alexandra Millner, Wien
By means of close reading of an article by Paul Zschorlich, a historian of music, the study explores those contexts of the debates on prostitution and hygiene around 1900, in which Zschorlich fights against the habitual proposals for the reglementation of prostitution in Germany. His way of argumentation, on the other hand, sheds light on the dual morality of the given debates.
The analyzed article is to be found on Kakanien revisited in: Paul Zschorlich: Prostitutions-Utopien.