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4 sem. hrs. Studies women's lives and roles from pre- Columbian times to 1890. Examines women's experiences in households and families, at work, and in diverse communities. Focuses on racial, class, ethnic, and regional differences among women. Also explores changing definitions of femininity and masculinity. Course materials include a wide range of primary documentary and visual sources as well as historical essays. Crumpacker, Prieto.