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ANAHITA  July 1997

ANAHITA July 1997

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Naked Truths (Koloski-Ostrow and Lyons)

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Ross Scaife <[log in to unmask]>

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Women and Gender in the Ancient World <[log in to unmask]>

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Wed, 9 Jul 1997 21:59:07 -0500

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Claire Lyons sent me the following information a few days ago; I think it
will interest at least some subscribers to Anahita:

NAKED TRUTHS: WOMEN, SEXUALITY AND GENDER
IN CLASSICAL ART AND ARCHAEOLOGY,
Ann Olga Koloski-Ostrow and Claire L. Lyons, eds.
(London: Routledge, 1997)
Pp. 315, 62 illustrations; ISBN 0-415-15995-4.

Naked Truths explores how sexual difference is
communicated symbolically through visual
mechanisms that regulated and reinforced
gendered roles in Graeco-Roman art and
architecture.  The articles in this volume challenge
traditional assumptions regarding how artistic
representations of the body--clothed, partially
disrobed and naked--work to define norms of
femininity and masculinity.

Chapter 1. Naked Truths about Classical Art: An
Introduction. Claire L. Lyons and Ann Olga
Koloski-Ostrow

Chapter 2. *Ways of Seeing* Women in Antiquity: An
Introduction to Feminism in
Classical Archaeology and Ancient Art History.
Shelby Brown

Chapter 3. Female Beauty and Male Violence in Early
Italian Society. John Robb

Chapter 4. Divesting the Female Breast of Clothes in
Classical Sculpture. Beth Cohen

Chapter 5. When Painters Execute a Murderess: The
Representation of Clytemnestra on Attic Vases.
Francine Viret Bernal

Chapter 6. Sappho in Attic Vase-Painting. Jane
Snyder

Chapter 7. Gender and Sexuality in the Parthenon
Frieze. John G. Younger

Chapter 8. Naked and Limbless: Learning about the
Feminine Body in Ancient Athens. Joan Reilly

Chapter 9. Nursing Mothers in Classical Art. Larissa
Bonfante

Chapter 10. Making a World of Difference: Gender,
Asymmetry and the Greek Nude.
Nanette Salomon

Chapter 11. The Only Happy Couple:
Hermaphrodites and Gender. Aileen Ajootian

Chapter 12. Violent Stages in Two Pompeian
Houses: Imperial Taste, Aristocratic
Response, and Messages of Male Control. Ann Olga
Koloski-Ostrow

Chapter 13. Epilogue: Gender and Desire. Natalie
Boymel Kampen

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