Bibliography: Gender

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Murer, C. (2017). Stadtraum und Bürgerin. Aufstellungsorte kaiserzeitlicher Ehrenstatuen in Italien und Nordafrika. Urban Spaces 5. Berlin: De Gruyter.
Larsson Lovén, L. (2016). ‘Women, trade and production in the urban centres of Roman Italy’, in A. Wilson and M. Flohr (eds), Urban craftsmen and traders in the Roman World. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 200–221.
Undheim, S. (2015). ‘Veiled Visibility: Morality, Movement and Sacred Virginity in Late Antiquity’, in I. Östenberg, S. Malmberg and J. Bjørnebye (eds), The Moving City. Processions, Passages and Promenades in Ancient Rome. London: Bloomsbury, 59–71.
Holleran, C. (2013). ‘Women and Retail in Roman Italy’, in E.M. Hemelrijk and G. Woolf (eds), Women and the Roman city in the Latin west. Leiden: Brill, 313–330.
Hemelrijk, E.M. (2008). ‘Patronesses and 'Mothers' of Roman Collegia’. CA 27.1: 115–162.
Olson, K. (2008). Dress and the Roman Woman. Self-representation and Society. London: Routledge.
Barber, E. (2007). ‘Weaving the Social Fabric’, in C. Gillis and M.-L. Nosch (eds), Ancient Textiles. Production, Craft and Society. Oxford: Oxbow, 173–178.
Cottica, D. (2007). ‘Spinning in the Roman World: from Everyday Craft to Metaphor of Destiny’, in C. Gillis and M.-L. Nosch (eds), Ancient Textiles. Production, Craft and Society. Oxford: Oxbow, 220–228.
Larsson Lovén, L. (2007). ‘Wool Work as a Gender Symbol in Ancient Rome. Roman Textiles and Ancient Sources’, in C. Gillis and M.-L. Nosch (eds), Ancient Textiles. Production, Craft and Society. Oxford: Oxbow, 229–236.
Davies, G. (2005). ‘What Made the Roman Toga Virilis?’, in L. Cleland (ed.), The Clothed Body in the Ancient World. Oxford: Oxbow, 121–130.
Burman, B. and C. Turbin (2003). Material Strategies. Dress and Gender in Historical Perspective. Oxford: Blackwell.
Burman, B. and C. Turbin (2003). ‘Material Strategies Engendered’, in B. Burman and C. Turbin (eds), Material Strategies. Dress and Gender in Historical Perspective. Oxford: Blackwell, 1–11.
Dixon, S. (2001). ‘How do you count them if they're not there. New perspectives on Roman Clothing Industry’. OpRom 25-26: 7–17.
Savunen, L. (1997). Women in the Urban Texture of Pompeii. Helsinki: University of Helsinki.
Hawley, R. and B. Levick (1995). Women in Antiquity: New Assessments. London: Routledge.
Savunen, L. (1995). ‘Women and elections in Pompeii’, in R. Hawley and B. Levick (eds), Women in Antiquity: New Assessments. London: Routledge, 194–206.
Sebesta, J. (1994). ‘Symbolism in the Costume of the Roman Woman’, in J. Sebesta and L. Bonfante (eds), The World of Roman Costume. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 46–53.
Treggiari, S. (1979). ‘Lower-class women in the Roman economy’. Florilegium 1: 65–86.
Treggiari, S. (1976). ‘Jobs for Women’. AJAH 1: 76–104.