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History 3W03/Women's Studies 3G03

History 3W03/Women's Studies 3G03
Women in Canada and the US to 1920
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History 3W03/Women's Studies 3G03

Taken Term II 2009-2010 with Dr. Fujiwara. Some people complained she was difficult to understand because of her strong accent but I didn't have any trouble, plus she would repeat anything if needed. Material was a bit dull at times. I found her to be a hard marker, and maybe a bit inconsistent. Complete lecture slides were posted on ELM.

Course Description:

"This course will examine selected topics in the history of women in Canada and the US in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. We will explore how women’s experience and identity were shaped by colonialism, slavery, wars, political movements, and states, focusing on the role of native woman in fur trade, the status of women in colonial society, the role of women in the ending of slavery, the impact of the American War of independence and Great War, suffrage movement, and the relationship between women and the state."

Course Breakdown:

3 Discussion Papers (5% each, 400 words): 15%
Essay Proposal: 10%
Essay (2500 words): 40%
Final Exam: 35%
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