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Classics and LGBTQ+ resources

 

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Duncan, C. (2024) Why do so many queer people love myths and legends? Pink News.

 

Exploring Gender Diversity in the Ancient World (Book). 

Gender Nonconformance in Phaedrus’s Fabulae (Article)

Hewitt, S & Edwards, L. (2023). 300,000 Kisses. Tales of Queer Love from the Ancient World. Book.

Lesbiantiquity. A zine-anthology of Greek & Latin writings about women loving women c. 640 BC – c. 480 AD.

LGBT Meets SPQR is a collection of authentic Latin texts that highlight LGBTQIA+ topics for the purpose of enhancing representation and facilitating discussion in middle and high school Latin classes (appropriate for ages 14 - 17).

LUCIAN: Dialogues of the Courtesans: Section 5: LEAENA AND CLONARIUM (Translation).

Mitchell, J (2023). Petronius’ Satyrica: The History of a Queer Classic [Blog].

Montero music video - interview with Lil Nas X about Classical Reception (Blog).

Queering the Past. The Classical Association is proud to support ‘Queering the Past(s)’, a new interactive online resource, which has been developed by a team of teachers and scholars to address an important gap in school education on LGBTQ+ subjects and to use information from antiquity to help students gain confidence in addressing modern critical (and contentious) issues.

A style guide for gender inclusivity in the Latin language. (Lupercal).

Blog dialogue: trans studies and classics conversation - pronoun inclusive pedagogy. (Society for Classical Studies.).
 

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