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WAGS0114

Reading Women's Writing

Reading Women's Writing
Why and how do women write? Does literary history reveal distinctive styles, patterns, and continuities in the works of female authors? We will begin to address these questions through our close reading of a wide variety of women's literature in English, including poetry, fiction, essays, and drama from the 18th through the 20th centuries. Secondary readings will reflect on the concept of gender as a central organizing principle. Employing various methods of literary analysis, the course will address issues of interest to students in a wide range of disciplines, including philosophy, psychology, and history, as well as literature. 3 hrs. lect./3 hrs. disc.
Subject:
Women's & Gender Studies
Department:
Prog in Women's & Gender Study
Division:
Interdisciplinary
Requirements Fulfilled:
LIT
Equivalent Courses:
ENAM0114 *
ENGL0114

Sections

Spring 2012

WAGS0114A-S12 Lecture (Wells)

Spring 2010

WAGS0114A-S10 Lecture (Wells)

Fall 2006

WAGS0114A-F06 Lecture (Wells)

Spring 2005

WAGS0114A-S05 Lecture (Cassarino)

Fall 2003

WAGS0114A-F03 Lecture (Wells)
WAGS0114Y-F03 Discussion (Wells)
WAGS0114Z-F03 Discussion (Wells)