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CLCV 240   Sex & Gender in Antiquity   credit: 3 Hours.

Understanding of the place of women in ancient societies can be gained through the examination of the ways in which the ancients conceptualized sex and gender. The myths, religion, art and literature of Egypt, Greece, Rome and the Near East contain a wide array of representations of men and women, of their emotions, as well as of their social, legal and political status and relations. Same as CWL 262 and GWS 240.
This course satisfies the General Education Criteria for:
Humanities - Lit Arts
Cultural Studies - Western