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Kypseli: Women and Men Apart -- A Divided Reality
This celebrated ethnographic study of male and female roles in a small Greek village shows how the separation of the sexes and the principle of male dominance have become part of the village's most basic social structures, affecting the daily activities and thoughts of everyone there.
This classic film is used nationwide and worldwide in courses in cultural anthropology, European ethnography, and women's and gender studies. It was produced by Susannah M. Hoffman, Richard Cowan, and Paul Aratow.
"A strikingly beautiful and important work that should not be missed." -- Peter Allen, Prof. of Anthropology, Rhode Island College, in Visual Anthropology in Greece: An Annotated Filmography
- American Anthropological Assn. honoree
- Margaret Mead Film Festival honoree
- American Film Festival honoree