WOMEN/GENDER/SEXUALITY IN U S

GSF 239

Major questions relating to women and women's place in society over the course of U.S. history, broadly defined, from the colonial period to the present: How did different groups of women see themselves as women? How did views of women's sexuality change? How did men's and women's relationships and roles change? How did women understand their connections to the larger society? How did race, ethnicity, and class shape all those issues? Course uses a variety of materials, including novels, movies, images, and music to explore the ethical contours of women's lives in the past, following change over time to better understand women's position today. Instructor: Edwards or Deutsch

Day / Time
WF 11:45AM-01:00PM
Location
Class Bldg 137
Instructor
Deutsch, Sarah
Section
01