Greenwich Village 1913
A new course, and a new kind of course.
In this course students take on the roles of important characters in the struggle for women's voting and labor rights. The course is framed around a pedagogical game set in 1913 Greenwich village, (before women won the right to vote and while the efforts to recognize labor were beginning). Students will engage foundational literature whilst debating how best to advance the role of Women in 20th century American society. The game will spill over from the classroom to the campus and students should be willing to fully engage their roles as motivators of change.