[HIST 248] Survey of U.S. Womenâ€™s History
An introductory course examining womenâ€™s economic, political, and cultural position in the United States from the 17th century to the present. The course will consider how womenâ€™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 womenâ€™s roles and changes in the family, menâ€™s roles, and the economy.
Survey of U.S. Womenâ€™s History
Offered occasionally. Open to first-year students.
Also listed as Critical Identity Studies 248.