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Presents a wealth of evidence from legal, literary, and medical texts, as well as art, architecture, ritual, and material culture, to reveal the multilayered dimensions of motherhood in both Greece and Rome and to confront the fact that not all mothers and acts of mothering can be easily categorized.
Lauren Hackworth Petersen is Associate Professor of Art History at the University of Delaware, where she specializes in Roman art and archaeology. Patricia Salzman-Mitchell is Associate Professor in the Department of Classics and General Humanities at Montclair State University. She specializes in Latin poetry, gender studies in Classical literature, film and the Classics, and the Classical tradition.