Réseau européen sur les Gender Studies dans l’Antiquité
European network on Gender Studies in Antiquity

EuGeStA is an international network which brings together European researchers working from the perspectives developed in Gender Studies in different disciplinary fields of Antiquity : literature, philosophy, history, history of art, history of religion, law, medicine, economics, archaeology…

There are two kinds of activities undertaken :
- the organisation of seminars rotating between the partner universities of the network
- the maintenance of a website which is concerned to promote contacts and exchanges between researchers and students.

Editor : JACQUELINE FABRE-SERRIS
Scientific committee : FEDERICA BESSONE, CLAUDE CALAME, VERONIQUE DASEN, THERESE FUHRER, HENRIETTE HARICH, ALISON KEITH, HELEN KING, ALISON SHARROCK, VIOLAINE SEBILLOTTE-CUCHET, GIULIA SISSA, THOMAS SPAETH

Last update : 15 December 2014


How about ? :
- Studying the Ancient Body at MA level
We are delighted to announce that the newly-refurbished MA in Classical Studies at the Open University is now available to study worldwide. The two-year course, which requires 16 hours of work a week, is in two parts.
Read more...
posted on 04/09/2014

- EuGeStA website : New sections Lexicon and Discussion list ‘Sex and Gender in Antiquity’
You can leave a message:

  • to comment on one of the linguistic entries of the Lexicon
  • to propose new entries to be included in this section.

Mind to visit these 2 new sections for subscribing to Discussion list and participate in the Lexicon.
posted on 16/05/2014

- New release : Issue n°3 journal EuGeStA
Go on the site of the journal
posted on 16/12/2013


- Call for papers from the revue Clio. Femmes, Genre, Histoire for this issue "Citoyennetés"
Papers have to be sent before 10 December 2014
Read more ... (pdf)
posted on 03/11/2014

- Call for Affiliations between EuGeStA and the Women’s Classical Caucus


Next events

- January, 31, 2015 : Classics and the new faces of feminism sandpit
organized by G. Lively and E. Spentzou
London, Royal Holloway, Institute of Classical Studies
pannel Eugesta: New Perspectives, Theories and Practices - EuGeStA
Jacqueline Fabre-Serris, Judy Hallett, Alison Sharrock, Giulia Sissa
> programme (pdf)
posted on 23/07/2014