Go
My Oklahoma City Trip Planner

You have the following items saved to your itinerary. Click on an item for more information or click the red 'X' to remove.

    Go

    Baths, Bars, and Boudoirs: Sex and Gender in Ancient Rome Lecture

    Baths, Bars, and Boudoirs: Sex and Gender in Ancient Rome Lecture

    Details

    OKCMOA is thrilled to welcome a series of world-renowned scholars of ancient Roman art and history in conjunction with our exciting exhibition, The Painters of Pompeii. Please join us in the Noble Theater for Baths, Bars, and Boudoirs with Leslie Mechem, Lecturer of Classics (Retired), Skidmore College.

     

    How can material culture, the physical paraphernalia of life, help us decode and understand sex and gender relations in ancient Rome? What constituted appropriate behavior for men and women in ancient Rome? With whom could men and women associate and have sexual relations? Did women have roles other than that of wife and mother? What did it mean to be a man? These are a few of the questions we will consider as we explore how the Romans constructed gender and sexuality. Rome and Pompeii will stand as test cases for our exploration primarily through archaeological monuments and artistic representations.

    This lecture is $5 members and $8 non-members. For questions or assistance with registration, please email learn@okcmoa.com or call (405) 278-8237.

    Map
    Baths, Bars, and Boudoirs: Sex and Gender in Ancient Rome Lecture