CLL 046 - (LT) Sex and Gender in AntiquitySemester Hours: 3
This course examines the cultural attitudes toward sex and gender in Greek and Roman worlds through the study of ancient philosophical, historical and literary sources. Topics will include definitions of masculinity and femininity, social gender expectations, and representation of women in texts created by and for men. Equal emphasis will be placed on close readings of primary sources and discussion of modern methodologies for the analysis of ancient societies.
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