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Research bibliography

Research bibliography

This bibliography on gender-specific communication, which makes no claim whatsoever to be comprehensive, consists of two main parts and an appendix: the first part assembles contributions from modern linguistics, the second lists studies from classical philology, many of which have a broader perspective on women in Graeco-Roman antiquity and do not (only) concentrate on linguistic issues. The first two parts each consist of three sections: (1) bibliographies, (2) monographs and edited volumes and (3) articles published in journals and edited volumes. The final part provides a very selective catalogue of internet websites.

1.Contributions from modern linguistics

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2.Contributions from classical philology

2.1Bibliographies

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3.Select internet websites

3.1Bibliographies

Diotima. Materials for the Study of Women and Gender in the Ancient World
Bibliography on Women in Antiquity
Bibliography on Women and the Family in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages (2nd to 7th century A.D.)
Bibliography on Women in Byzantium (2003)
by Alice-Mary Talbot & Thalia GoumaPetersen: http://​www​.doaks​.org​/WomeninByzantium​.html
Bibliographie zu Gender
Chinese Language and Gender. On-line Bibliography

3.2Small selection of links on women and gender studies

Diotima. Materials for the Study of Women and Gender in the Ancient World
Feminae Romanae. The Women of Ancient Rome
WWW-Dokumentation Genderlinguistik
Women and Gender Studies
by the Women’s Studies Section of the Association of College & Research Libraries (American Library Association): http://​libr​.org​/wss​/WSSLinks​/index​.html
Women’s Studies Database
by the University of Maryland, College Park: http://​www​.mith2​.umd​.edu​/WomensStudies/
Women’s Studies / Women’s Issues Resource Sites
L’homme. Zeitschrift für feministische Geschichtswissenschaft
(first periodical in German on the history of women and gender, founded by Edith Saurer, History Department of the University of Vienna, in 2000): http://​www​.univie​.ac​.at​/Geschichte​/LHOMME​/lhomme​.html