[HIST 248] Survey of U.S. Women’s History


An introductory course examining women’s economic, political, and cultural position in the United States from the 17th century to the present. The course will consider how women’s experiences varied over time and how differences in ethnicity, class, conditions of freedom and other factors affected those experiences. The course will address the interdependence between the transformation of women’s roles and changes in the family, men’s roles, and the economy.

Course Title

Survey of U.S. Women’s History

Course Code

HIST 248

Units

1

Frequency

Offered occasionally. Open to first-year students.

Cross-Lists

Also listed as Critical Identity Studies 248.

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