Women and Production in Antiquity

Department

Women’s Studies

Master’s/ Doctoral Program Name

M. A. in Women’s Studies

Course Name

Women and Production in Antiquity

Lecturer

Prof. Dr. Nuran Şahin

The Lecturer’s E-Mail Address

nuran.sahin@ege.edu.tr

Course Status

Compulsory   

Elective   X

Course Credits

Theoretical Credits:   3       

Practise Credit:

Total Credits: 3

Course ECTS

5

Semester Course

 1.Fall □        2.Spring X         3.Fall □           4.Spring  □  

 

The Aim Of The Course

The course aims to analyze the relationship between women and the production processes.

 

Dersin İçeriği

  • Women and production in the first millennium
  • Direct and indirect contribution of the Anatolian women to production
  • Education of female children in Anatolia
  • Professions of women in Anatolia: women as weavers, priestesses, prostitutes, doctors, midwives, spinners

       -     The role of the Greek women in production in comparison with that of Anatolian women.

 

Temel Kaynaklar

  • - H. İ. Marrou, Histoire de l’education dans l’antiquité, 1948.
  • R. Flaciere, La vie quotidienne en Gréce au siécle de Péricles, Paris, 1959.
  • J. P. Vernant, “Le Mariage” La Parola del Passato, 1973, 51-79.
  • N. Loraux, Les enfants d’Athena, 1982.
  • V. Vanoyeke, La Prostitution en Gréce et à Rome, 1990.
  • S. E. Dobb, Antik Lydia’da Meslekler, 1994. (Basılmamış Yüksek Lisans Tezi)
  • C. Tanrıver, Antik Devirde Lydia’da Sosyal ve Ekonomik Amaçlı Dernekler, İzmir, 1996 (Basılmamış Doktora Tezi)
  • K. Cooper, The Virgin and the Bride: Idealized Womanhood in Late Antiquity, 1996.
  • J. R. Clarke, Looking at Lovemaking, 1998.
  • N. Roberts, Batı Tarihinde Fahişeler, 1998, (Çev. G. Şen)
  • H. I. Deighton, Eski Atina Yaşantısında bir Gün, (Çev. H. Kökten Ersoy), İstanbul, 2000.

        -     M. Dillon, Girls and Women in Classical Greek Religion, 2002.

Lecturer:

Title, Name and Surname      : Prof. Dr. Nuran Şahin