Womens Activism: Global Perspectives from the 1890s to the Present (Womens and Gender History)
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What are their differences? Is there a common thread to their otherwise distinctive literary styles and life experiences? Do they perform a different form of writing? What would that be? How do these writers qualify as major figures in contemporary literature? What are their contributions to the culture of the 20th Century and their influence in the 21st century?
These are but a few of the questions the course will be tackling while reading several of the texts by these authors. Offered every other year, this course covers the Major Writers requirement for all three majors in the English Department. Prerequisite: a minimum of one lower level literature course.
Courses provided under this rubric will explore aspects of the study of women and gender not covered in regularly scheduled courses. Also examined are cultural and psychological forces impinging on the lives of both men and women.
Participants research the wealth of literature in the new scholarship of women. In addition to psychology this course would be of benefit to students of education, history and political science. The course is open to students of either gender. Contract required. May be repeated for credit.
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About NEC. Life NEC. WS EN Comparative Mythology Studies in comparative mythology that present and examine in depth the importance of creation myths, destruction myths, rebirth myths, and hero myths from several different cultures. WS AR Women in Art The place of women in the history of Western art as producers of major works and as the subject of the work of other artists, primarily male artists, remains controversial.
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It is of significance to all students and scholars of women's and gender history, women's studies, and feminist politics. Jackson , University of Edinburgh, UK. It offers clear and insightful analysis of complex topics within the women's liberation movement, while engaging the reader in an easy-to-read writing style.
Women's activism : global perspectives from the 1890s to the present
As it describes recent forms of activism from the s until the present day, as the title already makes clear, Women's Activism not only offers the reader insights into the history of women's activism, but also offers inspiration to individuals and collectives to continue resisting forms of inequality against women at all levels. Margaret Allen Budapest, Hungary. Her publications include The Rise of Caring Power.
Kliment Ohridski University of Sofia, Bulgaria. She is the author, editor and co-editor of fifteen books. Learn more…. Routledge eBooks are available through VitalSource.