WMST 394-75, HIST 394-75
Women in American History*
Brings to life and surveys the accomplishments of the “lost women’’ of the past from colonial times to the present. Society’s definition of the nature of women and their proper roles will be examined, as well as the actual life conditions of women and the social and economic functions they performed.
This course uses the Canvas learning system.
The tuition for this course is NOT in included in your 10-18 credit full time tuition. Click here for more information. Questions? Contact Eastern Online at 509-359-7380.
Satisfies requirements for Cultural and Gender Diversity.
Instructor: Huttenmaier, Kathleen
Syllabus link: Download Syllabus
Course Schedule: Fall 2012, Winter 2013, Spring 2013, Summer 2013, Fall 2013
Fall 2012 CRN: 11649
Winter 2013 CRN: 14086
Spring 2013 CRN: 12086
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Text Book Information
This course is cross-listed. Please see HIST 394 for textbook information.