Confluenza di generi e scambio di ruoli. Qualche riflessione linguistico-letteraria sui processi di contaminazione tra il maschile e il femminile nel mondo greco antico
- Ancient Greek,
- Gender Studies,
- Indo-European Etymology,
- Linguistic Gender,
- Natural Gender
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This study explores linguistic and literary phenomena in the ancient Greek world, with a specific focus on the convergence of genres and role exchanges. We begin by briefly examining the emergence of the feminine gender in the reconstructed Proto-Indo-European language. Subsequently, we analyze instances of linguistic and cultural cross-contamination, shedding light on the complex dynamics of gender convergence within ancient Greek society. Our examination is framed within a socio-cultural context, drawing insights from recent developments in gender studies. This research contributes to a deeper understanding of the multifaceted interactions shaping gender roles and linguistic expressions in the ancient Greek context.