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HISTORY

HIST&215

Examines the history of women and gender in the U.S. from the precolonial era to the present. Emphasizes diversity in terms of race, ethnicity, class, sexuality, and gender expression. Explores the impact of economic, political, and cultural transformations on women's lives. Prerequisite: None.

7779
35 Seats
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HIST&215.EHY Details
Title Course Credits Location Days Times Instructor Additionally Meets In

Women in US History: Diversity

HIST&215.EHY 5 023 0220 MW 11:20a - 12:25p Martin, Laura
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - SOC SCIENCE/BUSINESS ($12.00 per course)
This course satisfies the Diversity course requirement for transfer degrees.
These classes have planned times for attendance, which are indicated in the schedule. Depending on COVID-19 circumstances, real-time instruction will be either on online or on campus. The instructor will inform students of the arrangements prior to the start of the quarter.
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
This course satisfies the Social Science course requirement for transfer degrees.
September 24, 2020, 8:00 am
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