First published in 1993. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents1. Introduction Part I Redefining the Field 2. Black Feminist Thought and Classics 3. Feminist Theory, Historical Periods, Literary Canons and the Study of Greco-Roman Antiquity Part II Male Writing Female 4. Finding the Female in Roman Poetry 5. Film Theory
and the Gendered Voice in Seneca Part III Gynocentrics 6. Women and Language in Archaic Greece 7. Using Native American Models for the Study of Women in Ancient Greece 8. Out of the Closet and into the Field Part IV Material Culture 9. The Case for not Ignoring Marx in
the Study of Women in Antiquity 10. Feminist Research in Classical Arcaeology 11. The Ethnographer's Dilemma and the Dream of a Lost Golden Age
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