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Venus Maritima - Pompeii. Wolf of the Capitoline - Rome. Or, What the Romans Can Tell Us. Agenda. Writing Corner What’s not Right? Background Some History Roman S&G 101 Social History, Cultural Values, or What Would Finnis & Nussbaum Say?. Writing Corner. What’s Not Right?.

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Or what the romans can tell us

Venus Maritima - Pompeii

Wolf of the Capitoline - Rome

Or, What the Romans Can Tell Us


Agenda

Agenda

  • Writing Corner

    • What’s not Right?

  • Background

    • Some History

  • Roman S&G 101

    • Social History, Cultural Values, or What Would Finnis & Nussbaum Say?

Introduction to Romans


Writing corner

Writing Corner

What’s Not Right?


What do you see

What Do You See?

  • In Halperin’s One Hundred Years of Homosexuality [titles], he [pron] said

    • “The debate to which you refer reflects a longstanding (and some would argue, sterile) ideological dispute [text text text].” (Halperin, pg. 32.) [quotes]

  • Because enkrateia is about honor. Because it’s extremely easy to prove they’re beliefs. [frags, they] Sexuality was a debate between Ancient Grecians since Time Immemorial up to the present and Foucault publishes around it and a scholar writes about it and when you are reading them. [frag, florid, padding AR, CT, case, they, you]


Background

Background

Some History…


Or what the romans can tell us

Basilica of Maxentius

Arch of Constantine


Or what the romans can tell us

Capitoline Wolf

Augustus

Ancient Italy

Roman Empire


Timeline

Timeline


Roman s g 101

Roman S&G 101

Social History, Cultural Values


Virtus romana

Virtus romana

virtus“manliness / courage / virtue”

mos maiorum“way of the ancestors”

pietas“filial devotion”

gravitas“seriousness”

severitas“uncompromising moral austerity”

pudicitia“sexual continence”

Bust of Roman aristocrat, late Republic (1st cent. BCE)

Introduction to Romans


Women athenian v roman

Athenian women

elite

emphasis on marriage, procreation

legal minors

non-propertied (mostly)

non-educated (??)

non-political

domestic

sexually-socially restricted

non-elite

employed outside home

Roman women

elite

emphasis on marriage, procreation

also legal minors (with certain freedoms)

propertied

educated

politically influential

prominent outside house

socially-sexually less restricted

non-elite

involved in trades

Women: Athenian v. Roman…

Introduction to Romans


Sex gender status dichotomies

senior v. junior

active v. passive

vir v.

femina

puer

cinaedus

matrona v.

virgo

meretrix

ingenuus/ingenua v.

servus/serva

libertus/liberta

patronus v. cliens

Sex-Gender-Status-Dichotomies

Introduction to Romans


Stuprum versus pudicitia

stuprum

debauchery

lewdness

violation

pudicitia

modesty

chastity

virtue

Stuprum versus pudicitia

from Lewis and Short, A Latin Dictionary

Introduction to Romans


Holt parker s teratogenic grid

Holt Parker’s “Teratogenic Grid”


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