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Gender and Sexuality. Instructor: K. Kapparis TAs: Seth Boutin Bob Brewer. The main issues. Traditional historical research has viewed women, children, aliens, slaves and the elderly as irrelevant in the historical process

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gender and sexuality

Gender and Sexuality

Instructor: K. Kapparis

TAs: Seth Boutin

Bob Brewer

the main issues
The main issues
  • Traditional historical research has viewed women, children, aliens, slaves and the elderly as irrelevant in the historical process
  • The adult citizen male has been considered as the creator of civilization
  • This view of history is inaccurate
greek women
Greek Women
  • Greek Women have been viewed as victims of a patriarchal system, or as powerful inspirational figures for women of future generations
  • In reality, they have been the first women to write high caliber literature and produce art.
  • Many rose to prominence and secured a place in history in their own right
slaves
Slaves
  • The powerhouse of ancient economics
  • Although ancient civilizations have been built on slave labor, the contribution of the builders has been forgotten.
  • Slaves have been treated as subhuman, although they were a diverse, large and culturally rich population in their own right.
aliens
Aliens
  • The aliens of the Greek world contributed to the vigor of the Athenian economy and culture.
  • In Rome, the Greeks set the foundations of the enduring legacy of the ancient world.
  • Yet, it seems as if it is ‘The Athenians’ or ‘The Romans’ who get the glory.
this course
This course
  • Will challenge many of these historical stereotypes
  • Will examine social and cultural perceptions of gender, sexuality and other such concepts in the ancient Graeco-Roman context
  • Will search for the origins of our culture in the Graeco-Roman ethics.
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