HIS 318 - Women in American History 1620-1890
Examines the variety of experiences of groups of American women and presents a broad outline of major social, economic, political, legal and cultural changes in women's lives from the seventeenth through the late nineteenth centuries. Includes a close analysis of the categories of gender, race, sexuality, and class that define women's lives.
Prerequisite(s): 6 credits in HIS.
Last Term Offered: Spring 2021