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PDFs HIA 311

HIA-311 Exam Review Sheet NEW
HIA-311 Syllabus
HIA-311 Schedule
HIA-311 Writing Assignments
HIA-311 Requirements for All Papers
Writing a Position Paper
Geography Handout

Excerpts from Classical Sources

Aeschylos, Eumenides
Book of Esther
Euripides, Bacchae
Euripides, Medea
Hesiod, Theogony
Hesiod, Works and Days
Homer on Agamemnon
Homer on Nausicaa
Homer on Penelope
Livy on the Regal Period
Pliny the Younger
Plutarch, Advice
Sophocles, Antigone
Theocritus
The Twelve Tables

Articles

Abusch, “Ishtar's Proposal and Gilgamesh’s Refusal”
Archer, “Notions of Community and the Exclusion of the Female in Jewish History and Historiography”
Archer, “The Role of Jewish Women in the Religion, Ritual, and Cult of Graeco-Roman Palestine”
Arthur, “The Divided World of Iliad VI”
Arthur, “Early Greece: The Origins of the Western Attitude Toward Women”
Bailey, “Initiation and the Primal Woman in Gilgamesh and Genesis 2-3”
Beard, “Re-reading (Vestal) Virginity”
Boatwright, “Women and Gender in the Forum Romanum”
Braund, “A Woman’s Voice: Laronia’s Role in Juvenal Satire 2”
Brock, “Reading Between the Lines: Sarah and the Sacrifice of Isaac (Genesis, Chapter 22)”
Burton, “Women's Commensality in the Ancient Greek World”
Carp, “Two Matrons of the Late Republic”
Clark, “Roman Women”
Corbier, “Male Power and Legitimacy Through Women … Under the Julio-Claudians”
Curran, “Rape and Rape Victims in The Metamorphoses”
Depla, “Women in Ancient Egyptian Wisdom Literature”
Dewald, “Women and Culture in Herodotus’s Histories”
Dover, “Classical Greek Attitudes to Sexual Behavior”
Dowden, “Approaching Women Through Myth: Vital Tool or Self-Delusion?”
Fantham, “Aemilia Pudentilla: Or the Wealthy Widow’s Choice”
Fischler, “Social Stereotypes and Historical Analysis: The Case of the Imperial Women at Rome”
Fisher, “Theodora and Antonina in the Historia Arcana: History and/or Fiction?”
Foley, “The Conception of Women in Athenian Drama”
Foxhall, “Women’s Ritual and Men’s Work in Ancient Athens”
George, Introduction to Epic of Gilgamesh (pp. xxxi–li, remainder optional)
Gilgamesh, Tablets 1, 2, and 6
Gourevitch, “Women Who Suffer from a Man’s Disease”
Hallett, “The Role of Women in Roman Elegy: Counter-Cultural Feminism”, with responses
Harris, “Inanna-Ishtar as Paradox and a Coincidence of Opposites”
Heath, “Women's Work: Female Transmission of Mythical Narrative”
Katz, “Ideology and the ‘Status of Women’ in Ancient Greece”
King, “Self-Help, Self-Knowledge: … the Patient in Hippocratic Gynaecology”
Lambropoulou, “Some Pythagorean Female Virtues”
Lefkowitz, “Influential Women”
Lesko, “Women's Monumental Mark on Ancient Egypt”
Marry, “Sappho and the Heroic Ideal”
Nixon, “The Cults of Demeter and Kore”
Ortner, “Is Female to Male as Nature Is to Culture?”
Perkell, “On Creusa, Dido, and the Quality of Victory in Virgil’s Aeneid”
Pomeroy, “Infanticide in Hellenistic Greece”
Pomeroy, “Spartan Women among the Romans: Adapting Models, Forging Identities”
Pomeroy, “Women’s Identity and the Family in the Classical Polis”
Robins, “The God’s Wife of Amun in the 18th Dynasty in Egypt”
Roehrig (ed.), Hatshepsut: From Queen to Pharaoh
Roller, “Horizontal Women: Posture and Sex in the Roman Convivium”
Savunen, “Women and Elections in Pompeii”
Segal, “The Menace of Dionysus: Sex Roles and Reversals in Euripides’ The Bacchae”
Slater, “The Greek Family in History and Myth”
Stigers, “Sappho’s Private World”
Thonemann, “The Women of Akmoneia”
Venit, “Women in Their Cups”
Walker, “Women and Housing in Classical Greece: The Archaeological Evidence”
Warren, “The Women of Etruria”
Wilson, “Female Sanctity in the Greek Calendar: The Synaxarion of Constantinople”
Zeitlin, “The Dynamics of Misogyny: Myth and Mythmaking in the Oresteia”
Zeitlin, “Signifying Difference: The Myth of Pandora”