Mormon Women's History

Mormon Women's History
The religious, domestic, economic, political, social and familial lives of Latter-day Saint women within the broader contexts of American women's history and Latter-day Saint history. Mormon women's relationship to national trends and their association with national women's organizations.
 Hours3.0 Credit, Arr Lecture, Arr Lab
 RecommendedWS 222.
 ProgramsContaining WS 332
Course Outcomes

History and Context

1. Students will demonstrate knowledge of Mormon Women's history-religious, social, political, familial, cultural, intellectual, etc.-within a larger historiographical context.


o 2. Students will be able to grapple with primary and secondary sources in analytical ways and will become skilled at asking important questions and forming and supporting their own conclusions.