Most of the literature written on the topic of Ancient Greece was written by men, leaving out the female perspective and narrative. This is crucial to understanding the context of plays, art, and books of the time period. In an effort to have a more well-rounded view of Ancient Greece, the female perspective is needed. Without it, scholarly articles and reviews remain one-sided, and therefore skewed. In looking at works through the lens of women, Ancient Greece comes alive as a whole new civilization. Hopefully, more women will revisit this topic and revitalize the conversation of the art of Ancient Greece.
"Lysistrata: Modern Day Feminist, Ancient Joke,"
Kean Quest: Vol. 2:
2, Article 5.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.kean.edu/keanquest/vol2/iss2/5