From Abortion to Pederasty: Addressing Difficult Topics in the Classics Classroom
Subjects (LCSH):Civilization, Classical -- Study and teaching (Higher)
Classical literature -- Study and teaching (Higher)
Keywords:Literary Criticism / Ancient & Classical
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Publisher:The Ohio State University Press
Introduction : difficult and sensitive discussions / Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz -- Near death experiences : Greek art and archaeology beyond the grave / Tyler Jo Smith and Carrie L. Sulosky Weaver -- Raising Lazarus : death in the classics classroom / Margaret Butler -- Disability in today's classics classroom / Lisa Trentin -- Teaching ancient medicine : the issues of abortion / Patty Baker, Helen King, and Laurence Totelin -- The "whole-university approach : to the pedagogy of domestic violence / Susan Deacy and Fiona McHardy -- Teaching uncomfortable subjects : when religious beliefs get in the way / Polyxeni Strolonga -- Too sexy for South Africa? : teaching Aristophanes' Lysistrata in the land of the rainbow nation / Suzanne Sharland -- Pedagogy and pornography in the classics classroom / Genevieve Liveley -- Challenges in teaching sexual violence and rape : a male perspective / Sanjaya Thakur -- Talking rape in the classics classroom : further thoughts / Sharon L. James -- Teaching the uncomfortable subject of slavery / Page duBois -- Teaching ancient comedy : joking about race, ethnicity and slavery / Barbara Gold -- Difficult dialogues about a difficult dialogue : Plato's Symposium and its gay tradition / Nikolai Endres -- A world away from ours : homoeroticism in the classics classroom / Walter Duvall Penrose, Jr. -- Queering Catullus in the classroom : the ethics of teaching Poem 63 / Maxine Lewis.
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