Syllabi on the Web for Women- and Gender-Related Courses

Last updated: July 9, 2006



The following are syllabi for women- and gender-related History courses. Courses that make substantial use of the Internet carry the designation ++; those making at least some use carry the designation +.

++ American Women's History Since 1870 (HIST/WS 326)
Kriste Lindenmeyer (UMBC)

++ American Women's Legal History
(Stanford Univ.)

Cities of Dreadful Delight: Gender, Race, and Sexuality in the Americas, 1800-1950 (HI3952)
Patience Schell and Natalie Zacek (Univ. of Manchester [UK])

Colonialism, Race, Sex, and Gender (HIST 359)
Angela Woollacott (Oberlin College)

++ Comparative History of Women in the Third World (History 356)
E. Fleischmann (Univ. of Dayton)

+ Feminist Oral History (WST 377)
Lee Sharkey (Univ. of Maine at Farmington)

+ Franco-American Women's Experiences (FAS 329/WST 301)
Rhea Cote Robbins (Univ. of Maine)

Gender and History in Latin America (HIST 1741)
Jane Mangan (Harvard Univ.)

+ Gender and the Law in U. S. History (HIST 21H.225J/WMN.607J)
Christopher Capazzola (MIT)

+ Gender, Ethnicity, and Race in 19th-Century America (History 267)
Carol Lasser (Oberlin College)

++ Gender, Genre, and Political Transformations: Interdisciplinary Perspectives
Myra Marx Ferree et al. (Univ. of Wisconsin and Minnesota)

+ Gender History (AMH 5930)
Louise M. Newman (Univ. of Florida)

Gender in Modern Europe (History 229)
Annemarie Sammartino (Oberlin College)

++ Gender Issues in Latin American History: Gender and Nation (HIST 366)
Steven Volk (Oberlin College)

+ Gender, Race, and Sexuality (History 608)
Peggy Pascoe (Univ. of Oregon)

History of Modern Feminisms in East Asia (HIS 150)
Angelina Chin (Univ. of California, Santa Cruz)

++ Including Women in 19th and Early 20th Century American History (HIST 725D)
Kriste Lindenmeyer (UMBC)

++ Joan of Arc in History, Literature, and Film (English/History 3357)
Bonnie Wheeler (Southern Methodist Univ.)

+ Marriage and Sexuality in Medieval Europe (History/WS/RS 368)
Paul Hyams (Cornell Univ.)

+ Over Here: American Culture on the Home Front During WWII (American Civilization C190N)
Miriam Reumann (Brown Univ.)

Readings from the Women's Movement: History and Politics
Lyde Cullen Sizer (Sarah Lawrence College)

Readings in Western Women's History
Catherine Lavender (Univ. of Colorado - Boulder)

Social History of American Women (Women 383)
Shirley J. Yee (Univ. of Washington)

++ U. S. Women's History (HIST/WMS 286)
Catherine Lavender (College of Staten Island, CUNY)

++ Visions/Revisions: Issues in U.S. Women's History
Lyde Cullen Sizer (Sarah Lawrence College)

War and Gender (History 369)
Carol Hunter (Earlham College)

++ Women and the American Experience (HIS 213)
John McClymer (Assumption College)

Women and Gender in Early Modern Europe (History 213)
Lisa Abend (Oberlin College)

+ Women and Gender in Europe (HIST 252)
A. McCandless (College of Charleston)

+ Women and Gender in Medieval Europe (History 343)
George Dameron (St. Michael's College)

+ Women and Gender in the Middle East (History 354)
E. Fleischmann (Univ. of Dayton)

Women and Gender in Russia and Eastern Europe (History 298/REES 295)
Diane Koenker (Univ. of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign)

Women and Gender in the United States (History 590)
Amy McCandless (College of Charleston)

+ Women and Power in 19th-Century America (HIST 322)
Carol Lasser (Oberlin College)

++ Women and Revolution in 19th Century Russia (HONS 211)
Chris Jazwinski and Richard Lewis (St. Cloud State Univ.)

+ Women and Social Movements in Antebellum America (History 266)
Carol Lasser (Oberlin College)

Women and Western Culture (WS 200)
Kari McBride (Univ. of Arizona)

Women, Culture, and Ideas in U.S. History
Lyde Cullen Sizer (Sarah Lawrence College)

Women in America (WGST 230)
Ann Marie Nicolosi (The College of New Jersey)

+ Women in the American West (HST/WMS 389)
Catherine Lavender (College of Staten Island, CUNY)

Women in Chinese History (EALC 389)
Patricia Ebrey (Univ. of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign)

++ Women in European Societies (History 353)
Marybeth Carlson (Univ. of Dayton)

++ Women in European Society (EUH 4610)
Carole Adams (Univ. of Central Florida)

Women in Jewish Society: Antiquity to Modernity (History/GWS 237)
Shulamit Magnus (Oberlin College)

++ Women in New York City, 1890-1940 (History/Women's Studies 386)
Catherine Lavender (College of Staten Island, CUNY)

Women in the United States: Late 19th Century to Present (WSTU 140)
Cynthia Harrison (George Washington Univ.)

++ Women in World History (HIST/WS)
Elizabeth Green Musselman (Southwestern Univ.)

++ Women's History and Feminist Theory (HIST 182-4522/WMS 100-4522)
Catherine Lavender (College of Staten Island, CUNY)

See also Women and the Law: American Legal History, in LAW; Gender and Class in Jane Austen's England, in LITERATURE IN ENGLISH; Women in the Middle Ages, in MODERN LANGUAGES; Popular Cultures of Cold War Europe: The Gendering of Everyday Life and Politics in East and West, in POLITICAL SCIENCE/INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS; Gender and Family in Early Christianity and Women in Jewish Society: Antiquity to Modernity, in RELIGION/THEOLOGY; Historical Issues of Gender, Science and Technology and History of Women in Science, Technology, and Medicine, in SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY; Gay and Lesbian History in SEXUALITY/SEXUAL ORIENTATION; and Senior Seminar: Kenyon Women's Oral History Projectand Women Through Cultures and Centuries in WOMEN'S STUDIES.

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