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Course Overview

Study of important and representative works of literature by women. The unifying theme of this course is the creative expression by women, in all genres and including journals, of their personal and cultural experiences. An introduction to feminist critical theory will be offered to provide a context for the works. When offered for 4 credits, this course will be dual listed with GSR 210, 220, 230, or 240 and will address the Student Learning Outcomes of these courses.

Credits: 3-4
Distribution: Undergraduate
Prerequisite: GSR 150

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