European Women's History

European Women's History
European women and gender from 1400 to the present.
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 RecommendedHist 200.
 TaughtWinter even years
 ProgramsContaining HIST 318
Course Outcomes

Research Historiography

Students will be able to analyze and synthesize historiographyof women’s history, gender history, and feminism

Historical Knowledge of European Women since 1400

Students will be able to understand and explain major trends in European women's experiences and history since 1400

Critical Interpretation

Students will interpret important shifts or trends in the experience of women and attitudes about gender. Students will apply this understanding to the legal, religious, and culture contexts for those shifts or trends

Effective Research and Analysis

Students will read, analyze, and write about primary and secondary sources and explain their connections to one another

Critical Analysis

Working in tandem with each other students will have opportunities to question, investigate, and interrogate contemporary attitudes to women and men's history and gender and how these affect interpretations of the past.