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HIS 3616: Women and Equality in American Life, 1700 - Present
Explores the history of women in American society by focusing on the question of equality. In 1960 women were nearly absent from American history textbooks. Since then a flood of new research has put women back into American history and, in the process, permanently altered our picture of the nation's past. Through readings, primary sources, discussions, and videos we will explore how women have experienced America from the Early Republic to the present. Topics include debates about women's status, how ethnicity and class have affected women's status, and how women have negotiated their status to bring about social change. Through student-conducted interviews and research we will reconstruct unexplored portions of this history ourselves.

TermCRNCredits Instructor(s)DaysTime DatesLocationFeesOpen
5 Not offered this academic year.
Attributes: Ways of Engaging, Upper-Division Grade Modes: Normal Grading, Audit Instructional Methods: Arranged, Traditional

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