HIST136W:
Women and Revolution

About the Course:

Examines women’s experiences in activism and revolutions in the United States and Latin America. A key question we will focus on throughout the course is: How do women’s experiences intersect with revolutions? Our readings, lectures, and discussions will engage topics such as race, class, work, motherhood, war, family, space, culture and political activism.  

Pre-requisites:

History 9 or 8 or 17A or 168B. 

Documents:

View the course’s GauchoSpace page or the instructor’s page for documents: Troy Araiza Kokinis   

Schedule of Courses

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