The Oxford handbook of childhood and education in the classical world /

Physical details: pages cm ISBN:9780199781546.
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Includes index.

PART I. GESTATION, BIRTH, DISEASE, AND DEATH -- Becoming Human: from the Embryo to the Newborn Child / Véronique Dasen, Université de Fribourg -- The Demography of Infancy and Early Childhood in the Ancient World / Tim Parkin, University of Manchester -- Babies in the Well: Archaeological Evidence for Newborn Disposal in Hellenistic Greece / Maria Liston and Susan Rotroff, University of Waterloo/Washington University in St. Louis -- (Not) Bringing up Baby: Infant Exposure and Infanticide / Judith Evans Grubbs, Emory University -- The child patient of the Hippocratics: early Pediatrics? / Lesley Dean-Jones, University of Texas at Austin -- Raising a Disabled Child / Christian Laes, University of Antwerp/Free University of Brussels -- PART II. CHILDREN AND CHILDHOOD IN ANCIENT GREECE -- Children in Archaic and Classical Greek art: A Survey / John Oakley, College of William and Mary -- Children as Learners and Producers in Early Greece / Susan Langdon, University of Missouri at Columbia -- Shifting Gender: Age and Social Status as Modifiers of Childhood Gender in Ancient Athens / Lesley Beaumont, University of Sydney -- Children in Athenian Religion / Robert Garland, Colgate University -- Play, Pathos and Precocity: The Three 'P's of Greek Literary Childhood / Louise Pratt, Emory University -- PART III. CHILDREN AND CHILDHOOD IN ANCIENT ROME -- Children in Latin Epic / Mark Golden, University of Winnipeg -- The Socialization of Roman Children / Janette McWilliam, University of Queensland -- Slave and Lower-class Roman Children / Hanne Sigismund Nielsen, University of Calgary -- Children and Childhood in Roman Commemorative Art / Lena Larsson Lovén, Gøteburg University -- Toys, Dolls and the Material Culture of Childhood / Mary Harlow, University of Birmingham -- Roman Children and the Law / Thomas A.J. McGinn, Vanderbilt University -- PART IV. EDUCATION AND EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY IN THE CLASSICAL WORLD -- Education in Plato's Laws / Cynthia Patterson, Emory University -- Boys, Girls, Family, and the State at Sparta / Nigel Kennell, American School of Classical Studies at Athens -- Engendering the Scroll: Girls' and Women's Literacy in Classical Greece / Matthew Dillon, University of New England -- Educating the Youth: the Athenian ephebeia in the Early Hellenistic Era / Eric Casey, Sweet Briar College -- The Ancient Child in School / Martin Bloomer, University of Notre Dame -- PART V. CHILDREN IN THE EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN -- Children in Hellenistic Egypt: What the Papyri Say / Maryline Parca, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign -- Children in Roman Egypt / April Pudsey, Birkbeck College -- Adoption and Fosterage in the Ancient Eastern Mediterranean / Sabine Huebner, Max-Planck Institut, Rostock -- Pictorial paideia: Children in the Synagogue / Hagith Sivan, University of Kansas -- PART VI. LATE ANTIQUITY AND EARLY CHRISTIANITY -- Children and 'the Child' in early Christianity / Blake Leyerle, University of Notre Dame -- Elite Children, Socialization and Agency in the Late Roman world / Ville Vuolanto, University of Tampere -- Remembering Children in the Roman Catacombs / Jenny Kreiger, University of Michigan -- Stages of Infancy in Roman Amphora Burial / Susan Stevens, Randolph College -- ENVOI / Keith Bradley, University of Notre Dame.

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