Eurykleia Blog

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Where does Gender come in?

By forgoing the overly global problematic of “masculine domination”, this project chooses to emphasize the link between discursive practice and the recording of names: the tribunals’ ban on women implies the invisibility of woman...

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Eurykleia (EN)

Within the framework of the quinquennial of the UMR 8210 ANHIMA, the programme “Gender & Politics: the Ancient laboratory”, which extends the programme of the preceding quadrennial “Gender Logics in Greek and Roman Antiquity”,...

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Some cases of food pension paid by women?

Published under the direction of Marie-Pierre Chaufray et Stéphanie Wackenier, the recent edition of papyrus fragments bearing texts in Demotic (Papyrus de la Sorbonne (P. Sorb. IV) n° 145-16, Presses de l’Université Paris Sorbonne,...

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Were all named women prostitutes?

The notion according to which the Greek women whose names have been preserved in writing are all courtesans is all too resilient. For instance, we find the following passage a in work dedicated to...