Gender in Early America
Please register via HIST 0393A
Exploration, conquest, settlement, revolution, and nation-building: no course in early American history should ignore such traditional topics. In this course, though, we will examine the various ways that gender shaped these historical processes. How, for example, did colonials’ assumptions about manhood and womanhood affect the development of slavery in America? Or how did the Founding Fathers’ identities as men inform their attitudes about democracy and citizenship? We will scrutinize historical documents, of both a private and public nature, and discuss several recent scholarly works on gender from 1600-1850 to consider these kinds of questions. Pre-1800. 3 hrs. lect./disc.
- Spring 2013
- Axinn Center 105(AXN 105)
- 9:30am-10:45am on Tuesday, Thursday (Feb 11, 2013 to May 13, 2013)
- Amy Morsman
- Women's & Gender Studies
- Prog in Women's & Gender Study
- Requirements Fulfilled:
- CMP HIS NOR
- Cross-Listed As:
- HIST0393A-S13 *
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