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Seles Femmes A Athenes - Lantiquite Grecque
Artist: Violaine Sebillotte
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 05/03/2024
UPC: 3561302558226

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Les Presses Universitaires de France et Fremeaux & Associes proposent cette histoire des Femmes a Athenes, analysee et expliquee par Violaine Sebillotte Cuchet, professeure d'histoire grecque ancienne a l'universite Paris I Pantheon-Sorbonne, specialiste d'histoire des femmes et du genre. Qui n'a pas deja son idee toute faite sur la situation des femmes de l'Antiquite grecque ? Les Atheniens - et les autres Grecs aussi, d'ailleurs - seraient forcement misogynes puisqu'ils sont reputes avoir exclu les femmes de leur cite. Ils les auraient releguees dans l'espace prive de la maison. Dans cet entretien, l'historienne interroge cette affirmation car la recherche recente, tant en sciences sociales et en sciences de l'Antiquite permet de reevaluer l'attitude des societes antiques envers les femmes et, plus generalement, les rapports que les femmes et les hommes entretenaient. Claude COLOMBINI FReMEAUXPresses Universitaires de France and Fremeaux & Associes are offering this history of women in Athens, analysed and explained by Violaine Sebillotte Cuchet, Professor of Ancient Greek History at the University of Paris I Pantheon-Sorbonne and a specialist in the history of women and gender. Who doesn't already have a preconceived notion of the situation of women in Ancient Greece? The Athenians - and other Greeks too, for that matter - were inevitably misogynists, since they are reputed to have excluded women from their city. They relegated them to the private sphere of the home. In this interview, the historian questions this assertion, as recent research in both the social sciences and the sciences of antiquity is making it possible to reassess the attitude of ancient societies towards women and, more generally, the relationship between men and women. Audiobook. In French.Claude COLOMBINI FReMEAUX]