• Publications
  • Influence
Did the Women of Ancient Athens Attend the Theater in the Eighteenth Century?
  • M. Katz
  • Art
  • Classical Philology
  • 1 April 1998
IN 1776 KARL AUGUST BOTTIGER published an article in Der Teutscher Merkur entitled, "Were Women in Athens Spectators at Dramatic Performances?"' Bottiger proposed to refute an assertion of theExpand
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The Cost-Effective Evaluation of Uncomplicated Headache.
  • M. Katz
  • Medicine
  • The Medical clinics of North America
  • 1 September 2016
Headaches remain one of the most common reasons for patients to seek acute care. It is important to assess whether the headache meets criteria for a primary (uncomplicated) versus a secondaryExpand
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Surgical care of the geriatric patient.
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Ideology and ‘the status of women’ in ancient Greece
This essay investigates the constitution of the principal research question on women in ancient Greece, namely, the status of women in ancient Athens, and attempts to formulate a historiography forExpand
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In brief.
Erratum to ``Surgical care of the geriatric patient'' [YMSG 56(7) (2019) 260-329].
Evidence-Based Approach to Palpitations.
Palpitations are a common presenting symptom in primary care, yet their cause can be difficult to diagnose due to their intermittent and sometimes infrequent nature. All patients presenting with aExpand
In brief.
Sappho and Her Sisters: Women in Ancient Greece
  • M. Katz
  • History
  • Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society
  • 1 January 2000
A 1976 review essay on "Classics" in Signs encompassed ancient Greece, the Hellenistic period, and ancient Rome (Arthur 1976). In that review it was possible to survey the entire field of recentExpand
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