Gender and Women in Ancient Near Eastern Studies: Bibliography 2002-2016

Author Name: agnes-garcia-ventura
Author Name: gioele-zisa
Akkadica 138In 2002 Julia M. Asher-Greve, in collaboration with Mary Frances Wogec, published Women and Gender in Ancient Near Eastern Cultures: Bibliography 1885-2001 in the journal NIN: Journal of Gender Studies in Antiquity. As shown by the broad time span covered by the bibliography, this list was the first devoted to women and gender in ancient Near Eastern studies. In the short time since the publication of that bibliography, both women’s studies and gender studies in a broad sense have undergone notable expansion. For this reason, Agnès Garcia-Ventura and Gioele Zisa have created a new bibliography list, which covers the studies published from 2002 to 2016. This list has been recently published (2017) in the number 138 of the journal Akkadica.[1]

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