By Kirk Ormand,Ruby Blondell
Rather than reopening previous debates, historic intercourse takes up Foucault’s demand discursive research and elucidates a few of the ways in which old Greek and Roman texts and visible arts articulate a culturally particular discourse approximately sexual concerns. each one contributor presupposes that sexual and gendered identities are discursively produced, and teases out a few of the ways in which the Greeks and Romans spoke and thought of those matters. Comprising essays by means of rising and validated students, this quantity emphasizes particularly: sexual discourses approximately ladies; the interplay among sexual identities and sophistication prestige; gender as an volatile discursive class (even in antiquity); and the relationships among historical and glossy sexual categories.
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