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Leeds Trinity University News: “90% of teenagers believe the scenes of sexual violence in popular TV drama series Game of Thrones – the UK finale of which airs on Monday 28 August – are realistic, true to life and an accurate representation of medieval history, according to new research at Leeds Trinity University.”   http://www.leedstrinity.ac.uk/news/teenagers-game-of-thrones-sexual-violence-historically-accurate […]

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Publications: Victorian Paraphernalia, ed. By Kate Lister and Helen Kingstone (London: Routledge, 2017)The History of Sex Work in Leeds’, in Our Voices: Perspectives to Challenge Stigma and Stereotypes Around Sex Work, ed. By Basis Yorkshire (Leeds: Delta, 2017) (Funded by Rosa Fund) ‘The Pen is Mightier than the Whore: Victorian Newspapers and the Sex-Work Saviour Complex’, in The […]

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Dr Kate Lister is currently a lecturer in Literature and History at Leeds Trinity University in West Yorkshire, northern England. She received her doctorate in medievalism and gender studies from the University of Leeds in 2014. She is a board member of the International Sex Work Research Hub and advisor on the use of digital […]

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