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Seeking Women’s Rights: Colonial Period to the Civil War

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Alice Kessler-Harris

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https://www.edx.org/course/seeking-womens-rights-colonial-period-to-the-civil

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10 Weeks

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On demand video

How we account for the rise of the women's history as an academic field How the relationship between race, class, and gender has impacted the kinds of work that different women do What institutions and practices governed gender dynamics in Colonial America The ways in which women shaped and participated in the American Revolution, and what the American Revolution meant for American women How the ideologies of separate spheres and domesticity originated How women began their involvement in political activity and moral reform campaigns and how the rise of an independent movement for women's rights in the United States came about How the shift to women's work as paid work influenced family life, power relationships within the family, and the ability for women to organize politically

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Alice Kessler-Harris|Nick Juravich|Columbia University Center for Teaching and Learning

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