Dangerous Ladies in Changing Times: An Investigation of Significant Women of American Identity in the 20th and 21st Centuries
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Summer 2017 quarter (Full Session)
This class will examine the role of women in the development of America's social, economic, legal, and political history. More particularly, the class will focus on women from slavery, suffrage, the civil rights movement, and new issues raised by a contemporary interpretation of the 14th Amendment. All aspects of the gender equity gap will be explored, including new definitions and the impact of who is included therein.
Fields of Studycultural studies gender and women's studies history sociology
history, law, teaching, sociology, political science, social services
Location and Schedule
Tu/Th 10a-2p, Tacoma Campus