HIST 779 - History of Women in the Modern United States
History of Women in the Modern United States
Examines women's social, political, cultural and economic position in American society from 1920 (the passage of suffrage) through the present. Among the topics considered are notions of women's roles in the public and private sphere; how gender intersected with categories of race, class, ethnicity, and region; women's lived experience; and how larger forces affected women's abilities to act in the public sphere.
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