Pre-Pederastic Immortals: Greek Love In Homer, Hesiod, And Other Early Poets?Pre-Pederastic Immortals: Greek Love In Homer, Hesiod, And Other Early Poets?
Greece, of an institution that was once much more widespread, and hence that initiatory homosexuality was in fact the prehistoric antecedent of the homosexuality of the classical era
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Selected Bibliography Adkin, Neil \"More Yukky Virgil: Aeneid 2,410-15\"Selected Bibliography Adkin, Neil "More Yukky Virgil: Aeneid 2,410-15"
Adkin, Neil "Sinon on his 'pal' Palamedes (Virgil, 'Aeneid' II 81-104)" acd 47 (2011) 155-169
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Thinking beyond \"sources\"Thinking beyond "sources"
Forthcoming inTransnational to Translational: Literature, Gender, Migration, ed. Jamina Lukic, Central European University Press
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In Pursuit of GodlinessIn Pursuit of Godliness
By the 4th century bce, there were a few isolated instances of prominent public figures receiving post mortem divine honors and some poetry even depicted relationships between immortals and mortals as intimate and colloquial
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Selected Bibliography grs 311: Sex & Gender in Ancient Greece & Rome Prof. Nancy Sultan Fall 2005 An abundance of curent bibliography on gender in antiquity is available on-line at diotimaSelected Bibliography grs 311: Sex & Gender in Ancient Greece & Rome Prof. Nancy Sultan Fall 2005 An abundance of curent bibliography on gender in antiquity is available on-line at diotima
Arthur, M.,"Early Greece: The Origins of the Western Attitude Toward Women," Arethusa 6 (1973) 7-58
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J. H. Lesher, ‘Archaic Knowledge’ in William Wians, ed. Logos and Mythos (suny press, 2009), 13-28J. H. Lesher, ‘Archaic Knowledge’ in William Wians, ed. Logos and Mythos (suny press, 2009), 13-28
Herodotus’ History and the Hippocratic treatise On Ancient Medicine. In the light of all this why should we suppose that anything like knowledge was a matter of interest or importance for the poets of archaic Greece?
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Discussion Guide 1 I. What is meant by “classical mythology”? ADiscussion Guide 1 I. What is meant by “classical mythology”? A
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Principal teaching and research interestsPrincipal teaching and research interests
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Dr. Fredricksmeyer Minority Report: Essay Topics and Readings I. Minority Report: Utopia or Dystopia?Dr. Fredricksmeyer Minority Report: Essay Topics and Readings I. Minority Report: Utopia or Dystopia?
Clapp, J., 2003. It was the City Killed the Beast: Nature, Technophobia, and the Cinema of the Urban Future.” Journal of Urban Technology 10. 3: 1-18
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