Represent Ancient Gender Sexuality in Greece&Rome

This class deals with the constructions of gender and experiences of sexuality in ancient Greece and Rome. Working with texts and representations from varied discourses such as medicine, law, literature, visual art, and philosophy, students explore the ways in which the ancient Greeks and Romans perceived their own bodies in such a way as to differentiate gender and understand desire. The class also discusses how eroticism and gender support and subvert political and social ideologies.

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Spring 2021

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David Sider
MW: 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM 5WP 101