By Thomas K. Hubbard
A better half to Greek and Roman Sexualities provides a finished selection of unique essays in terms of features of gender and sexuality within the classical world.
- Views a number of the practices and discursive contexts of sexuality systematically and holistically
- Discusses Greece and Rome in every one bankruptcy, with sensitivity to the continuities and modifications among the 2 classical civilizations
- Addresses the classical impact at the knowing of later a long time and religion
- Covers inventive and literary genres, quite a few social environments of sexual behavior, and the technical disciplines of medication, magic, physiognomy, and dream interpretation
- Features contributions from greater than forty most sensible overseas scholars
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He specialises in ancient epistolography and fiction. He is co-editor of Epistolary Narratives in Ancient Greek Literature (2013) with Patricia Rosenmeyer and Evelien Bracke, and author of a forthcoming monograph, Metafiction in Classical Literature: The Invention of Self-Conscious Fiction. Ingrid E. Holmberg is Associate Professor of Greek and Roman Studies at the University of Victoria. Her research interests are the Homeric epic, the epic cycle, and sex and gender in ancient Greece. She has published on these topics in AJP, TAPA, Helios, Arethusa, Phoenix, and Oral Tradition.