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 Bibliography 
  1. Now include s links to full-text articles archived in JSTOR where relevant.
  2. This database allows keyword and full-text searches.
 And more links to materials elsewhere on the Web... 
  1. Suzanne Dixon, Roman Women (part of a BBC publication concerning Pompeii)
  2. Konstantinos Kapparis (U. Florida) offers Lecture 7. Women and Family in Athenian Law as part of the Center for Hellenic Studies On-line Discussion Series "Athenian Law in its Democratic Context"
  3. Thomas K. Hubbard, Homosexuality in Greece and Rome: A Sourcebook of Basic Documents (first two chaptes are on-line with many images)
  4. The Divine Sappho (on-line republication of H.T. Wharton's 1895 edition of Sappho with Unicode Greek, along with various other related materials)
  5. Trying Neaira: The True Story of a Courtesan's Scandalous Life in Ancient Greece, by Debra Hamel
  6. Laura McClure is the editor of Diotima's series of peer-reviewed scholarly articles. She has also recently edited a new book published by Blackwell entitled Sexuality and Gender in the Classical World: Readings and Sources. The publisher has provided access to pdf versions of McClure's introduction as well as K.J. Dover's "Classical Greek Attitudes to Sexual Behaviour."
  7. Be sure to have a look at Ancient Journeys, the Stoa's new Festschrift in Honor of Gene Lane. The collection includes numerous essays of potential interest to visitors to Diotima.
  8. Sarah L. Whitworth, Book of Ruth: Translation, Illustrations, Feminist Bibliography, Search
  9. Costume History at The Costumer's Manifesto
  10. The Roman MakeoverThis site uses experimental archaeology to explore the practicalities of Roman cosmetic use.
  11. The Allure of Cleopatra (Article in Christian Science Monitor about "Cleopatra of Egypt: From History to Myth," a major exhibition at the Field Museum in Chicago.
  12. Feminae Romanae: The Women of Ancient Rome "This site attempts to give a sense of context to the position of Roman women vis-a-vis other Mediterranean cultures of the time and to follow their transition towards increasing freedom and power as the Empire itself grew."
  13. The Shrine of the Goddess Athena (To be taken cum grano salis at times, but some nice features.)

 Anthology 
  1. Horace, Satires 1.2 and 1.8, translated by John Svarlien
  2. New selections from Aulus Gellius, Attic Nights, translated by Neil W. Bernstein
  3. Cyclops (Theocritus 11), Translation by Diane Arnson Svarlien
  4. Earinus the Eunuch: Martial (from Book 9) and Statius (Silvae 3.4), translation and notes by John T. Quinn
  5. Artemisia in Herodotus, translated by Caroline L. Falkner
  6. Lysias 1 - On the Murder of Eratosthenes, translated by Caroline L. Falkner
  7. New Hellenistic epigrams about women, translation and notes by Mary R. Lefkowitz
  8. 45 Jokes from The Laughter Lover, Translation and notes by John T. Quinn
  9. Greek Women Poets (Sappho, Korinna, Praxilla, Erinna, Nossis), translated by Diane Rayor
  10. Entries from the Suda On Line with the keyword "women" selected
  11. Different Desires: A Dialogue Comparing Male and Female Love, attributed to Lucian of Samosata, by Andrew Kallimachos
  12. Selections from Ovid's Amores, translated by John Svarlien and Diane Arnson Svarlien, with introduction and notes by William W. Batstone
  13. Epigrams by Women from the Greek Anthology, translation and notes by Marilyn B. Skinner (Erinna, Anyte, Nossis)
  14. Cornelia's Advice to Her Son Gaius Gracchus, translation and notes by Marilyn B. Skinner
  15. Sulpicia's Complaint: On the State of the Nation and the Age of Domitian, translation and notes by James Lawrence Peter Butrica
  16. Propertius II.26A, translated by Diane Arnson Svarlien
  17. The Other Sulpicia, translation and notes by John T. Quinn
  18. Terentia's inscription on the pyramid of Cheops, translation and notes by John T. Quinn
  19. Selections from Ovid's Amores, translated by John Svarlien and Diane Arnson Svarlien, with introduction and notes by William W. Batstone
  20. Selections from Aulus Gellius, Attic Nights, translated by Neil W. Bernstein (Note: this collection is being augmented almost weekly.)

 Course Materials 
  1. Ann Raia, "CLS 239 Roman Women: Puella, Matrona, Meretrix" (College of New Rochelle, Fall 2002)
  2. C. Allan, Women in Classical Antiquity (UC Davis)
  3. F. Behr, Women in the Ancient World (U of Houston, Spring 2003)
  4. C. Benton, Women in Antiquity (Cornell College, 2003-04)
  5. Thomas J. Figueira, Women in Antiquity (Rutgers, Spring 2001)
  6. Nick Fisher and Sian Lewis, Gender and Sexuality in Greece and Rome (Cardiff, 2002/3, 2004/5)
  7. O. Knorr, Women in Roman Literature and Life (Willamette, 2002)
  8. T. D. McClain, Pandora's Daughters (Loyola University of New Orleans, Spring 2003)
  9. M. G. Parca, Sex and Gender in Classical Antiquity (UIUC, Spring 2003)
  10. P. Rehak, Women in Ancient Art and Society (U of Kansas, Spring Term 2002)
  11. D. Rohrbacher, Love and Sex in the Ancient World (New College of Florida, Spring 2003)
  12. C. Salowey, Women in Ancient Egypt (Hollins 1999)
  13. Greg Thalmann, "Classics 565: Roman Slavery" (University of Southern California, Fall 1997)
  14. C. Witcombe, Images of Women in Ancient Art: Issues of Interpretation and Identity (Sweet Briar College)
  15. Holly M. Sypniewski, Love, Sex and Desire in the Ancient World (Millsaps, Fall 2002)
  16. TammyJo Eckhart, "Ancient Greek Men: Gender and Sexuality" (University of Indiana, Spring 2001)
  17. Scott Rubarth, "Gender and Sexuality in Antiquity" (Rollins College, Fall 2001)
  18. James Davidson, Gender and Sexuality, Birkbeck College, University of London. NB
  19. Katrina Dickson, Women and Power in Antiquity (Yale University, Spring 2000)
  20. Véronique Dasen, Pour une anthropologie de la naissance et de la petite enfance (University of Fribourg in Switzerland, 2000)
  21. Dominic Montserrat, Sex and Gender in Antiquity
  22. S. Cole, "Women in the Ancient World " (SUNY Buffalo, Spring 2000)
  23. Jacqueline Long, "Women in Antiquity" (Loyola University of Chicago, Fall 2000)
  24. Beth Severy, "Women in Classical Antiquity" (Macalester College, Spring 2000)
  25. Katrina Dickson, Women and Power in Antiquity (Yale University, Spring 2000)
  26. Patricia Graham-Skoul, "Women in Antiquity" (Loyola University of Chicago, Fall 1999)
  27. Margaret Y. MacDonald, "Early Christian Women" (St. Fracis Xavier University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia)
  28. Laurel Bowman, Teaching Euripides' Medea (copious resources)

 Notes, Essays, Articles, Chapters, etc. 
  1. Marilyn Skinner has completed editorial work on a peer-reviewed collection of essays, Gender and Diversity in Place: Proceedings of the Fourth Conference on Feminism and Classics, May 27-30, 2004, University of Arizona Tucson, Arizona.
  2. Ann Raia, "Women's Roles in Plautine Comedy," (This paper was delivered on October 1, 1983, at The Fourth Conference on Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies, at St. Joseph's College in North Windham, Maine, as one of three papers in a panel entitled 'Puella, Matrona, Meretrix: Women in Roman Literature and Life')
  3. Laura McClure is the editor of Diotima's new series of peer-reviewed scholarly articles. She has also recently edited a new book published by Blackwell entitled Sexuality and Gender in the Classical World: Readings and Sources. The publisher has provided access to pdf versions of McClure's introduction as well as K.J. Dover's "Classical Greek Attitudes to Sexual Behaviour."
  4. Lisa George, Domination And Duality In Plautus' Bacchides
  5. Barbara S. Lesko, Women and Religion in Ancient Egypt
  6. James Grout, Hetairai (Encyclopedia Romana)
  7. James Grout, Boudica (Encyclopedia Romana)
  8. James Grout, Hypatia (Encyclopedia Romana)
  9. Marriage and Family in North Africa: Papers from the AAR 2000 meeting
  10. G. Karl Galinsky, "Horace's Cleopatra and Vergil's Dido," Studies in Honor of William Henderson (New York and Frankfurt 2000)
  11. Nikolaos Gonis, "Two Female Ghost-Names," Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 119 (1997) 155-156
  12. Stephanie West, "Whose Baby? A Note On P. Oxy. 744," Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 121 (1998) 167-172
  13. David Bain, "Two Submerged Items Of Greek Sexual Vocabulary From Aphrodisias," Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 117 (1997) 81-84
  14. Peter Van Minnen, "Did Ancient Women Learn A Trade Outside The Home?," Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 123 (1998) 201-203
  15. Beryl Rawson, "‘the Family’ In The Ancient Mediterranean: Past, Present, Future," Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 117 (1997) 294-296
  16. Hannah M. Cotton, "The Guardian Of A Woman In The Documents From The Judaean Desert," Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 118 (1997) 267-273
  17. Martin L. West, "The Berlin Corinna," Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 113 (1996) 22-23
  18. Jaime B. Curbera, "Venusta And Her Owner In Four Curse Tablets From Morgantina, Sicily," Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 110 (1996) 295-297
  19. Tal Ilan, Queen Shlomzion's Reign as Reflected in the Qumran Document (1999 paper at The Orion Center for the Dead Sea Scrolls and Associated Literature)
  20. Elise Garrison, Suicidal Males in Greek and Roman Mythology: A Catalogue
  21. Mary Hamer, "Speaking of Cleopatra" (Paper presented at the international conference ENCOUNTERS WITH ANCIENT EGYPT, UCL Institute of Archaeology on 16th-18th December 2000)
  22. Ashton, Sally-Ann, "Cleopatra - the Last Pharaoh" (Paper presented at the international conference ENCOUNTERS WITH ANCIENT EGYPT, UCL Institute of Archaeology on 16th-18th December 2000)
  23. Sheila Murnaghan, "Stagings of Gender"
  24. Kevin Lee, "The Greek Symposium" (Keynote Address at the 1997 NZACT Conference)
  25. Karras, Ruth Mazo, "Active/Passive, Acts/Passions: Greek and Roman Sexualities," The American Historical Review 105.4
  26. Lyn Webster Wilde, "Did the Amazons really exist?" (a brief edited extract from On the Trail of the Women Warriors - the Amazons in Myth and History)
  27. Suicide in Classical Mythology: An Essay, Elise P. Garrison
  28. Suicidal Females in Greek and Roman Mythology: A Catalogue, Elise P. Garrison
  29. P. Pucci, Lévi-Strauss and Classical Culture, Arethusa, Vol. 4, No. 2, Fall 1971.
  30. M. Detienne, The Greeks Aren't Like the Others, Dionysos Slain, Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press, 1979.
  31. J. Redfield, Anthropology and Classics, Arion, Ser. 3, Vol. 1, No. 2, Spring 1991.
  32. G. Sissa, Philology, Anthropology, Comparison: The French Experience, Classical Philology, Vol. 92, No. 2, April 1997.
  33. M. Detienne, Experimenting in the Field of Polytheisms, Arion, Ser. 3, Vol. 7, No. 1, Spring/Summer 1999.
  34. M. Roller, Ethnography in Antiquity - Part 1
  35. Dominic Montserrat, Gender in the Roman World: Reading and Studying Roman Gender
  36. A review by Edward M. Harris of Susan Deacy and Karen Peirce, eds. Rape in Antiquity: Sexual Violence in the Greek and Roman Worlds, republished in Diotima with permission from Échos du Monde Classique/Classical Views XL, n.s. 16, 1997, 483-96
  37. Sulpicia and the Speech of Men, William W. Batstone (Cambridge University, May 24, 2000)
  38. Recent essays by David Konstan (all of these files require the free Acrobat Reader):
    1. Women, Ethnicity and Power in the Roman Empire
    2. The Pre-Pubescent Lover in Greek Literature
    3. Enacting Eros
    4. Self, Sex, and Empire in Catullus: The Construction of a Decentered Identity
  39. Lowell Edmunds, "The Horse and the Maiden" (Aeschines 1.182 etc.): An Urban Legend in Ancient Athens" (With Appendices by Ruth Palmer)

 Images 
  1. Les Néréides dans les mosaïques romaines
  2. The Getty Trust's New Web Site
  3. Skenotheke: Images of the Ancient Stage
  4. The Riley Collection of Roman Portrait Sculptures
  5. Janice Siegel's Survey of Audio-Visual Resources for Classics (a comprehensive list of all non-textbook resources for the study of the ancient worlds of Greece and Rome)
  6. ArchArt: art and archaeology images (Many images. NB sections on Romana pictura and Italia)
  7. Images of Women in Ancient Art: Issues of Interpretation and Identity
  8. Vedute di Roma
  9. The Metropolitan Museum of Art

 Biblical Studies  
  1. Wieland Williker, Bible Links Page
  2. D. Instone Brewer, "Marriage and divorce Papyri of the ancient Greek, Roman and Jewish world"
  3. Marc Goodacre's New Testament Gateway (highly recommended, esp. the All-in-One Biblical Resources Search)

 Perseus Links 
  1. D. Instone Brewer, "Marriage and divorce Papyri of the ancient Greek, Roman and Jewish world"

 Announcements, Calls for Papers 
  1. The Clothed Body in the Ancient World
  2. Gendered Dynamics in Latin Love Poetry
  3. Upcoming Academic Conferences (listing maintained by Gabriel Bodard)
  4. Gender, Culture and Religion in Antiquity: The Second Nordic Symposium of Gender and Women�s History in Antiquity in Hanaholmen, Finland, 20-22.10.2000
  5. Syllecta Classica - CFP

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