After reviewing literature written by and about women of various times and places, students will examine and interpret values and attitudes from a variety of perspectives suggested by the readings. Lectures, discussions, and papers will emphasize relationships between social, political, and personal issues while making global connections, both historical and contemporary, and exploring the universality and variety of women’s issues.
This course satisfies three credit hours of the General Education Humanities requirement for all Associate in Arts, Science, and Diversified Studies degrees.
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