Gender and Power in History

Course Number
LHIS-363
Description

The meaning of one's sexual identity has changed dramatically from one period of history to another, and from one culture to another. This course examines the changing roles of men and women and their power relationships throughout history. By studying gender in religion, politics, family, and the arts, students gain perspectives on their own roles and relations. Note: This course may be used to fulfill the social science requirement.

Credits
3
Prerequisites
LENG-111
Electable By
All
Required Of
None
Semesters Offered
Fall, Spring
Location
Boston Campus
Department
LART
Course Chair
Mike Mason

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