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CLASS 240: Gender and Sexuality in the Ancient World

This course explores the social construction and function of sex and gender in ancient Greece and Rome. It uses both literature and visual art to analyze the role of sexuality in everyday society and in the lives of several of the more famous figures from antiquity. Readings also include modern histories and theories of sexuality, especially those that investigate the influence of the Greeks and Romans on modern conceptions of sexuality. Offered in alternate years. Counts toward Ancient Studies, Classics, Greek, Latin, and Women's and Gender Studies majors and Women's and Gender Studies concentration.

Ancient Studies

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...in Art History CLASS 240 Gender and Sexuality in the Ancient World CLASS 241 Greek...

Japanese

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...interview) in upper division classes above JAPAN 231...III: Interpreting Journeys ASIAN 240 Talking in Japan...

Latin American Studies

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...the core course) HIST 240 Major Seminar: Non...SOAN 264 Race and Class in American Culture...

Management Studies

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...Interim (off-campus) ASIAN 240 Talking in Japan...SOAN 264 Race and Class in American Culture...

Theater

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...Direction 1.00 THEAT 240 Scenery and Costume...Independent Research Four practicum classes: 1 1.0...

Residence Life

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...that the out-of-class experiences of St...Thorson Hall (1948): Houses 240 upperclass students. Ytterboe...