Blog post at QMUL– Diagnosing Deviance: aversion, obscenity and the senses in classical antiquity

Effaced team member Mark Bradley has a guest post that may interest our readers on the Queen Mary Centre for the History of the Emotions blog this week: Diagnosing Deviance: aversion, obscenity and the senses in classical antiquity.

Mark opens with an epigram from Martial: ‘Papylus, your nose and your dong are both so long that when your dong grows, your nose knows.’ Well, if that doesn’t whet your interest…!

 

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