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ANAHITA  November 1997

ANAHITA November 1997

Subject:

Gender and History 9.3 (1997)

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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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Tue, 25 Nov 1997 10:51:23 -0500

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Judith Sebesta was kind enough to send me a copy of the special issue of
Gender and History 9.3 (1997) just out, on gender and the body in
Mediterranean antiquity.  Thank you Judith!  Since this will interest many
Anahitans here are the contents:

Julia M. Asher-Greve, The Essential Body: Mesopotamian Conceptions of the
Gendered Body

Ann Kessler Guinan, Auguries of Hegemony: The Sex Omens of Mesopotamia

Mary Beard and John Henderson, With this Body I Thee Worship: Sacred
Prostitution in Antiquity

Robin Osborne, Men Without Clothes: Heroic Nakedness and Greek Art

Judith Lynn Sebesta, Women's Costume and Feminine Civic Morality in
Augustan Rome

Lynn E. Roller, The Ideology fo the Eunuch Priest

Shaye J. D. Cohen, Why Aren't Jewish Women Circumcised?

Teresa M. Shaw, Creation, Virginity, and Diet in Fourth Century
Christianity: Basil of Ancyra's On the True Purity of Virginity

There are also thematic reviews as follows:

Lynn Meskell, Engendering Egypt
Alison Sharrock, Re(ge)ndering Gender(ed) Studies
Paul Cartledge, Getting After Foucault: Two Postantique Responses to
Postmodern Challenges
Helen King, Reading the Female Body
Gillian Clark, Gendered Religions
John G. Younger, Gender and Sexuality on the Internet

Additional reviews by Josine Blok of Leick and Brosius, by Jonathan Walters
of Gleason and Loraux, by Catharine Edwards of Carabelli.

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