US Women’s History

This class will provide an examination of the history of women in America. It will include history prior to colonization, up to the present. The course will explore women’s roles in US Society and the intersection of class, culture, ethnicity and sexuality in shaping women’s historical experiences across time. The course will examine the transformations and continuities in women’s lives as well as the political, social, economic and cultural factors that inspired, infused or inhibited women’s changing roles. This class also explores the ways in which race, class, gender, sexuality, and ethnicity have operated to unite and divide disparate groups of women. Satisfies a Humanities distribution requirement. Fulfills: H and D in LS Core.

School

Liberal Arts

Program

Women’s and Gender Studies

Course Number

WGS3300C

Section

A

Instructor

Katina Manko Mitchell

Credits

4

Type

Online - Asynchronous

Start – End Dates

01/04/2020-01/20/2021 (2 weeks)

Student Registration Link

https://mymack.merrimack.edu/ics/myMack_Home/

Other Registration Link

https://gps.merrimack.edu/register/?id=22d0949a-7368-4e24-8d30-04844795b2d6