restricted access   Volume 1, Number 1, May 1983

Table of Contents

Women and Men in Greece: A Society in Transition

Edited by A. Lily Macrakis and Peter S. Allen

Preface

p. 1
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Part I: Greek Women and Men in History, Literature, and Religious Life

Introduction

pp. 3-5
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Patriarchal Prejudice and Pride in Greek Christianity Some Notes on Origins

pp. 7-17
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Women in the Cretan Renaissance (1570-1669)

pp. 19-38
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The Enlightenment and Womanhood: Cultural Change and the Politics of Exclusion

pp. 39-61
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Andreiomeni: The Female Warrior in Greek Folk Songs

pp. 63-72
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Sons, Wives and Mothers: Reality and Fantasy in Some Modern Greek Ballads

pp. 73-111
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Women, the Aged and Religious Activity: Oppositions and Complementarity in an Urban Locality

pp. 113-129
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Men vs. Women in The Third Wedding

pp. 131-140
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Sex Roles in Modern Greek Poetry

pp. 141-155
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Part II: Symbolic Aspects of Male/Female Relations in Greece

Introduction

pp. 157-160
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Semantic Slippage and Moral Fall: The Rhetoric of Chastity in Rural Greek Society

pp. 161-172
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Sacrifice at the Bridge of Arta: Sex Roles and the Manipulation of Power

pp. 173-183
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Greek Women: Sacred or Profane

pp. 185-202
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Power through Submission in the Anastenaria

pp. 203-223
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Servants and Sentries—Women, Power, and Social Reproduction in Krióvrisi

pp. 225-242
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The Meaning of Dowry: Changing Values in Rural Greece

pp. 243-270
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