Introduces students to the work of women writers and the importance of gender as a category of literary analysis. Issues covered may include: images of women in literature by women and men; impediments women writers have faced; women's writing in historical/social context; feminist literature; intersections of race, class and gender. May be repeated for credit with a different topic.
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Spring Semester informationKarin Wimbley
264A: Women&LitTps: US Women's Autobiography
Women&LitTps: US Women's Autobiography