Edited by Thorsten Fögen and E.F.K. Koerner
[Historiographia Linguistica 31:2/3] 2004
► pp. 199–276
Gender-specific communication in Graeco-Roman antiquity
With a research bibliography
Cited by 3 other publications
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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.