Brock University professor explores gender identities in award-winning paper

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Brock University professor explores gender identities in award-winning paper

Published on February 04 2014


What can we learn about gender identities and class structure in ancient Rome by examining the dolls that girls played with during that time?
The question intrigues Roman social historian Fanny Dolansky, who explores this topic in her award-winning paper “Playing with Gender: Girls, Dolls, and Adult Ideals in the Roman World.”

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Brock associate professor Fanny Dolansky explores gender identity in a paper.

Fanny Dolansky, Brock University associate professor in the Department of Classics, was co-awarded the 2014 Barbara McManus Prize for Best Published Article on Gender or Women's Studies in Antiquity.