SEX AND GENDER IN ANTIQUITY

CLST 266

Class examines ancient erotic poetry, prose, material evidence (e.g., vase paintings) to explicate gender as a cultural sign: sexuality as a language in which other business is transacted. Obscene literature, paintings, etc. evidence how the ancients constructed men, women, sexuality but also social hierarchies, national prerogatives, and identity. Instructor: Janan

SEX AND GENDER IN ANTIQUITY

Day / Time: 

WF 03:05 PM-04:20 PM

Location: 

Allen 229

Instructor: 

Janan, Micaela

Section: 

01