Reading Programs in Graeco-Roman Art: reflections on the Spada reliefs
Newby, Zahra (2002) Reading Programs in Graeco-Roman Art: reflections on the Spada reliefs. In: Fredrick, David, (ed.) The Roman gaze : vision, power, and the body. Arethusa books . Baltimore ; London: Johns Hopkins University Press. ISBN 0801869617Full text not available from this repository.
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|Item Type:||Book Item|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Arts > Classics and Ancient History|
|Series Name:||Arethusa books|
|Publisher:||Johns Hopkins University Press|
|Place of Publication:||Baltimore ; London|
|Book Title:||The Roman gaze : vision, power, and the body|
|Number of Pages:||334|
|Description:||"The Roman Gaze: Vision, Power, and the Body uses the concept of "the gaze," derived from psychoanalytic criticism, to examine literary, visual, and material evidence that reveals the contributions of ancient Rome to the development of Western subjectivity and sexuality. Contributors draw upon a wide range of theoretical methods, using visual and body theory from various fields and period specializations. Topics include violence and gender in Senecan theater, literary representations of erotic love within a hierarchical and violent Rome, and the differing appeal of artistic depictions designed for visual consumption by both genders. The Roman Gaze will interest readers in history, classics, literature, art, and cinema."|
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