Course Detail

HISTORY OF WOMEN IN LATIN AMERICA (ALSO LISTED AS HIST 318)

Subject: GENS

Catalog Number: 318

Registration Number: 8154

Description:
Examination of the history of women in Latin America from the Conquest to the present. Emphasis on a series of concepts, institutions, and factors that have influenced the lives of Latin American women, and how women have reacted to and shaped these experiences. Special attention to the study of race and class, along with gender, as major categories of analysis. Prerequisite: sophomore standing or above. 4 credits. (VP or GP)

Instructor: Sharon Bailey Glasco
Is consent of Instructor Required? No



Course Type: LEC
Location: GRAF 209
Time: 1:05PM- 2:45PM  MW