Saturday, December 10, 2005

Sex and Gender in Ancient Egypt
"Sex, drugs and rock'n'roll, cosmetic surgery, gay hairdressers, desperate housewives and a mysterious sex manual. A new TV offering aimed at overshadowing the BBC's sex and swords drama Rome? Well, no, actually - welcome to the world of the ancient Egyptians. Their music, sex lives and cosmetic foibles are just some of the topics to be debated at Swansea University's Sex and Gender in Ancient Egypt conference at the campus' Egypt Centre this month. The conference, the third the centre has organised, will welcome leading egyptologists and experts in gender from academic institutions across the world".
See the IC Wales website at the above address for the full article.

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