HIST 3348: Women and Gender in Modern America

3-4 Credits

This course covers how gender and gender inequality have mattered to the US economy, politics, and cultural life. Themes include: femininity and masculinity as disciplining people, the intersection of gender with whiteness and race, the significance of paid and unpaid labor in women’s lives, and diversity within the category of women.

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B+ Average (3.303)Most Common: A (31%)

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    Understanding
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    Interesting


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