Gender Regimes and Classical Greek Antiquity in the Fifth and Fourth Centuries BC

@article{Cuchet2012GenderRA,
  title={Gender Regimes and Classical Greek Antiquity in the Fifth and Fourth Centuries BC},
  author={Violaine Sebillotte Cuchet},
  journal={Annales (English ed.)},
  year={2012},
  volume={67},
  pages={401 - 430}
}
Gender studies use gender to characterize behavioral norms, personality traits, and the relative importance given to differences between the sexes in individual relationships. In the field of Classical studies, these three definitions usually converge to isolate a single gender system: the polarity between anēr (male citizen) and gunē (wife and mother), which is strictly articulated as a division between male/female. Nonetheless, a number of studies, particularly those dealing with sexuality… Expand
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