Sexuality and Gender in the Classical World: Readings and Sources
September 2002, Wiley-Blackwell
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Part I: Greece.
1. Classical Attitudes to Sexual Behaviour. (K. J. Dover).
Source: Aristophanes'Speech from Plato, Symposium 189d7-192a1.
2. Double-Consciousness in Sappho's Lyrics. (J. J. Winkler).
Sources: Sappho 1 and 31; Homer, Iliad 5.114-132; Odyssey 6.139-85.
3. Bound to Bleed. Artemis and Greek Women. (H. King).
Excerpts: Hippocrates, On Unmarried Girls; Euripides, Hippolytus 59-105.
4. Playing the Other: Theater, Theatricality, and the Feminine in Greek Drama. (F. Zeitlin).
Sources: Sophocles, Women of Trachis 531-587, 1046-1084; Euripides, Bacchae 912-944.
Part II: Rome.
5. The Silent Women of Rome. (M. I. Finley).
Sources: Funerary Inscriptions: CE 81.1-2, 158.2, 843, 1136.3-4; ILS 5213, 8402, 8394; CIL 1.1211, 1.1221, 1.1837.
6. The Body Female and the Body Politic. Livy's Lucretia and Verginia. S. R. Joshel.
Sources: Livy, On the Founding of Rome, 1.57.6-59.6.
7. Mistress and Metaphor in Augustan Elegy.(M. Wyke).
Excerpts: Propertius, 1.8a-b and 2.5; Cicero, In Defense of Marcus Caelius 20.47-21.50.
8. Pliny's Brassiere.
Source: Pliny, Natural History 28.70-82.
Part III: Classical Tradition.
10. "The Voice of the Shuttle Is Ours." (P. K. Joplin).
Source: Ovid, Metamorphoses 6.424-623.