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The Complete List of References:
Issue 5: Sex, Drugs, and Rock 'n' Roll


The Love that Ruled Greece - Daniel Lyons

Blake et al. Education in an Age of Nihilism. 183. Taylor & Francis, January, 2001. 

Britannica, T. Editors of Encyclopaedia (2008, March 24). Pelopidas. Encyclopedia Britannica.

Polyaenus (trans. R. Shepherd, 1793). "Book II". Στρατηγήματα [Stratagems in War]. 

Georgiadou, Aristoula. "The wanderings of the Sacred Band: Uses and Abuses of an erotic tradition" Millennium – Jahrbuch (2006) 3, no. 2006 (2006): 125-141.

G. S. Shrimpton. The Theban Supremacy in Fourth-Century Literature. 25 (4): 310–318. 1971. Phoenix. Classical Association of Canada. 

Henri Irénée Marrou, George Lamb. History of Education in Antiquity. 27. University of Wisconsin Press, 1982. 

John Buckler. The Theban Hegemony 371-362. Cambridge: Harvard University Press October 23, 1980.

Kenneth Dover. Greek Homosexuality. 16. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1978.

Leitao, David. "Chapter Five. The Legend of the Sacred Band" In The Sleep of Reason: Erotic Experience and Sexual Ethics in Ancient Greece and Rome edited by Martha C. Nussbaum and Juha Sihvola. 143-169. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2013.

Verstraete, Beert C., and Vernon Provencal. Same-Sex Desire and Love in Greco-Roman Antiquity and in the Classical Tradition of the West. 36–39. London: Routledge, 2005. 

Plutarch (Edited by Dryden, John & Clough, Arthur). Plutarch’s Lives. January 1, 1960. Modern Library. 

Percy, Pederasty and Pedagogy in Archaic Greece. 61. University of Illinois Press, 1996.


Not Just Sex: Debunking the Ama Sutra’s Scandalous Reputation - Cassidy Chapman

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Siclait, Aryelle. “You Don't Have to Be an Acrobat to Bang out These Sexy Kama Sutra Moves.” Women's Health. Women's Health, October 19, 2021.

Vātsyāyana, and Richard Francis Burton. The Kama Sutra of Vatsyayana: The Original Classic Edition. Dayboro, Australia: Emereo Pub., 2012. 

A Contemporary History of BDSM: Getting Kinky in Mid-Century America - Genesis Gonzales

Nomis, Anne O. (2013) The History & Arts of the Dominatrix. Book, 2013. pp. 59-60.

Perrottet, Tony. “Who Was the Marquis de Sade?” Web, 2015. Smithsonian.

 Moore, Alison M. Sexual Myths of Modernity: Sadism, Masochism and Historical Technology. Book, 2016.

Carlström, Charlotta. “BDSM, becoming and the flows of desire.” Journal Article, 2019. Culture, Health & Sexuality, V. 21.

Beckman, Andrea. “Deconstructing Myths…” Journal Article, 2001. Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture. is2/beckmann.html. 

Airaksinen, Timo. “The Language of Pain: A Philosophical Study of BDSM.” Journal Article, 2018. Sage.

Moore, Alison. "Rethinking Gendered Perversion and Degeneration in Visions of Sadism and Masochism, 1886–1930." Journal Article. 2009. Journal of the History of Sexuality - Project MUSE. doi:10.1353/sex.0.0034.

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Bienvenu, Robert. The Development of Sadomasochism as a Cultural Style in the Twentieth-Century United States. Doctoral Dissertation, 2003. 

Seves, Richard Pérez. Eric Stanton & The History of the Bizarre Underground. Book, 2018.

McFadden, Robert D. “Bettie Page, Queen of Pinups, Dies at 85.” Web, 2008. New York Times. .

Lenius, Steven J. “Bisexuals and BDSM.” Journal Article, 2001. Journal of Bisexuality.  

Krauss, Kenneth. Male Beauty: Postwar Masculinity in Theater, Film, and Physique magazines. SUNY Press, 2015.

Betancourt, Manuel. “Tom of Finland’s Art Still Resonates Because It Mixes Pride and Shame…” Web, 2017. Vice.

Levinson, Deborah A. “Robert Mapplethorpe’s Extraordinary Vision.” Article, 1990. The Tech, V. 110.

Townsend, Larry. The Leatherman’s Handbook. Book, 1972.  

Rubin, Gayle. “Samois.” Article, 2004. Leather Times.

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The War on Drugs for White Supremacy - Saarthak Johri

Adichie, Chimamanda Ngozi. “The Danger of a Single Story.” Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: The Danger of a Single Story | TED Talk, TED Conferences, July 2009, 

Baum, Dan. “Legalize It All.” Harper's Magazine, Apr. 2016.

Boom California . “Chinese Workers and the Transcontinental Railroad.” Boom California, University of California Press, 6 Apr. 2020,

“The Bracero Program.” UCLA Labor Center, UCLA Center for Labor Research and Education,

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CJN. “Nixon's War on Drugs, Declared 50 Years Ago, Never Stopped.” Crime and Justice News, Arizona State University, 21 July 2021,

“Drug War Statistics.” Drug Policy Alliance, Drug Policy Alliance,

Hart, Carl L. “How the Myth of the ‘Negro Cocaine Fiend’ Helped Shape American Drug Policy.” The Nation, 29 Jan. 2014.

Hayes, Jack Patrick. “The Opium Wars in China.” Asia Pacific Curriculum, Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada,

Head, Tom. “A Short History of the War on Drugs.” ThoughtCo, ThoughtCo, 22 Jan. 2018,

“A History of the Drug War.” Drug Policy Alliance,

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Rather, Dan, and Gary Paul Gates. “Twelve.” The Palace Guard, Warner Paperback Library, New York, 1975, pp. 134–135.

“Report to Congress: Mandatory Minimum Penalties in the Federal Criminal Justice System.” Federal Sentencing Reporter, vol. 24, no. 3, Oct. 2011, pp. 185–192.,

Simkin, John. Spartacus Educational, Spartacus Educational, Jan. 2020,

Tate, Cassandra. Ehrlichman, John D. (1925-1999),, 25 Aug. 2006,

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“Viewers Had Chilly Response to Ehrlichman Ice Cream Ads.” Saturday Morning Deseret News, 16 May 1987, pp. 2–2. 


The Edgewood Arsenal - Oliver Higgins


Dickerson, Caitlin. “The VA's Broken Promise to Thousands of Vets Exposed to Mustard Gas.” NPR. NPR, June 23, 2015.

“Edgewood Arsenal Human Experiments.” Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, February 15, 2022.

Frame, Carson. “Decades after Secret Chemical Tests, Veterans Await Notification and Medical Care.” The American Homefront Project, May 17, 2021.

Khatchadourian, Raffi. “High Anxiety: LSD in the Cold War.” The New Yorker, December 15, 2012.

Khatchadourian, Raffi. “Operation Delirium.” The New Yorker, December 10, 2012.

Lions Led By Donkeys. “Episode 104 - the Edgewood Experiments.” Spotify. Lions Led By Donkeys, May 18, 2020.

Martin, David S. “Vets Feel Abandoned after Secret Drug Experiments.” CNN. Cable News Network, March 1, 2012.

Morais, Betsy. “Sarin in the Sky.” The New Yorker. The New Yorker, January 8, 2013.

The New Yorker. “Secrets of Edgewood.” The New Yorker. The New Yorker, December 21, 2012.

Quirks and Quacks in 19th Century Medicine - William McClelland

Aurin, Marcus. “Chasing the Dragon: The Cultural Metamorphosis of Opium in the United 

States, 1825-1935.” Medical Anthropology Quarterly 14, no. 3 (September 2000): 417.

Baker, Peggy M. “PATENT MEDICINE: Cures and Quacks.” The Pilgrim Hall Museum, Date 


Cock-Starkney, Claire. “The Lure of Laudanum, the Victorian’s Favorite Drug.” Mental Floss, 

November 29, 2016

Hacker, David J. “Decennial Life Tables for the White Population of the United States, 

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Liu, Jie; Shi, Jing-Zheng; Yu, Li-Mei; Goyer, Robert; Waalkes, Michael. “Mercury in traditional 

medicines: Is cinnabar toxicologically similar to common mercurials?” The National 

Center for Biotechnology Information, July 2008. 

Mooney, Phil. “The 5 Cent Coke.” Coca-Cola Journey, January 23, 2008,

Nickell, Joe. “‘Pop’ Culture: Patent Medicines Become Soda Drinks.” Skeptical Inquirer, 

January/Februrary 2011,

Novella, Steven. “What Was in Patent Medicines.” Neurologica Blog, April 8, 2013,

O’Shea, J G. 'Two Minutes with Venus, Two Years with Mercury' - Mercury as an Antisyphilitic 

Chemotherapeutic Agent.” Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, vol. 83 (June 1990): 392.

Richardson, Jill. “Original Coca-Cola Had a Very Small Amount of Cocaine.” Salon, May 22, 


Starr, Paul. “Medicine, Economy and Society in Nineteenth-Century America.” Journal of Social 

History 10, no. 4 (Summer 1977): 589.

Thompson, Helen. “Six Ways the Civil War Changed American Medicine.”, 

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Trickney, Erick. “Inside the Story of America’s 19th-Century Opium Addiction.”, January 4, 2018,


Waldron, H.A. “Did the Mad Hatter Have Mercury Poisoning?” British Medical Journal, vol. 

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Yafai, Nabil. “History of Coca-Cola.” InterExchange, March 8, 2016,


Riot Grrrl’s Influences on Third Wave Feminism - Kit McDaniel

Bikini Kill, "Double Dare Ya," Song, 1991.

Kathleen Hanna, Untitled, n.d

Le Tigre, "FYR," Song, 2001.

Bratmobile, "Do You Like Me Like That," Song, 2000.

Rosenberg, Jessica, and Gitana Garofalo. “Riot Grrrl: Revolutions from Within.” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 23, no. 3 (1998): 809–41. 

Black Flag, "Slip It In," Song, 1984.

Paul McDeadney: A Rock ‘n’ Roll Conspiracy - Thomas Droste

Bob Spitz, The Beatles: The Biography (London: Aurum, 2007).

Central Intelligence Agency, Countering Criticism of the Warren Report - Memo 1035-960, Memorandum,

Deborah Holdship, 'Paul Is Dead!' (Said Fred), Michigan Today, November 11, 2009,

Fiona Macdonald, The Hidden Messages in Songs, BBC Culture (BBC), October 21, 2014,

Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library, Ford Press Releases - Credibility Gap, 1966-1967, Ford Library Museum, 1967,

J. Gordon Hylton, THE LINK BETWEEN THE KENNEDY ASSASSINATION AND THE ONSET OF BEATLEMANIA, Marquette University Law School, February 10, 2014.

Jim Yoakum, The Man Who Killed Paul McCartney, Medium (Medium, December 28, 2016),

John C. Winn, That Magic Feeling: The Beatles' Recorded Legacy, Volume Two, 1966–1970 (New York, NY: Three Rivers Press, 2009).

Jordan Runtagh, “When John Lennon's 'Jesus' Controversy Turned Ugly,” Rolling Stone (Rolling Stone, December 26, 2019),

Merell Noden, Dead Man Walking - 1000 Days of Revolution (The Beatles' Final Years – Jan 1, 1968 to Sept 27, 1970), Mojo Magazine, 2003, p. 114.

Nicholas Schaffner, The Beatles Forever (New York, NY: MJF Books, 1992), p. 115.

The Beatles' First Appearance on American TV -- NBC News, YouTube (YouTube, 2013),

The Beatles Virtual Museum, Is Paul McCartney Dead? Magical Mystery Tour Clues..., The Beatles Virtual Museum (The Beatles Virtual Museum, August 2009),

The ‘Paul Is Dead’ Conspiracy Theory Is Growing, The Paul McCartney Project, December 28, 2021,

William D. Romanowski, Pop Culture Wars: Religion and the Role of Entertainment in American Life (Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 1996), p. 214.


Straight Edge - Rellian deGraaf

Brown, Alex and John Porcelly. "Straight Edge Revenge." Genius. Accessed Feb 17, 2022.

Buechner, Karl. "The Discipline." Genius. Accessed Feb 17, 2022.

Haenfler, Ross. Straight Edge: Clean-Living Youth, Hardcore Punk, and Social Change. New Brunswick, N.J: Rutgers University Press, 2006.

Hillsbery, Kief. What We Do Is Secret. New York: Villard, 2005.

MacKaye, Ian. "Straight Edge." Genius. Accessed Feb 17, 2022.

McNeil, Legs, and Gillian McCain, eds. Please Kill Me: The Uncensored Oral History of Punk. Twentieth anniversary edition. New York: Grove Press, 2016.

Moran, Ian. “Punk: The Do-It-Yourself Subculture.” Social Science Journal 10 (2010): 13.

Murphy, Sean. "Unlearn." Genius. Accessed Feb 17, 2022.

Reia, Jhessica. “Around the X: Reflections on Straight Edge, Visuality and Identity Boundaries.” Imaginations Journal of Cross-Cultural Image Studies/Revue d Études Interculturelle de l Image 7, no. 2 (November 7, 2016).

Smith, David Shadrack, dir. "Inside Straight Edge." Inside, season 2, episode 7, National Geographic Channel, 2008.

Who’s Who Quiz - Quin Zapoli

Augustyn, A.. "Kurt Cobain." Encyclopedia Britannica, April 1, 2021.

Britannica, T. Editors of Encyclopaedia. "Blondie." Encyclopedia Britannica, November 5, 2021.

Britannica, T. Editors of Encyclopaedia. "Freddie Mercury." Encyclopedia Britannica, November 20, 2021.

Britannica, T. Editors of Encyclopaedia. "Ozzy Osbourne." Encyclopedia Britannica, November 29, 2021.

Carson, T.. "David Bowie." Encyclopedia Britannica, January 6, 2022.

Gaar, G. G.. "Janis Joplin." Encyclopedia Britannica, January 15, 2022.

Lipsitz, G.. "Chuck Berry." Encyclopedia Britannica, October 14, 2021.

Miles, B.. "Paul McCartney." Encyclopedia Britannica, June 14, 2021.

Murray, C. Shaar. "Jimi Hendrix." Encyclopedia Britannica, November 23, 2021.

Wallenfeldt, J.. "Jack White." Encyclopedia Britannica, July 5, 2021.

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