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Women Have Always Worked: The U.S. Experience 1920 – 2016

In Part Two of Women Have Always Worked, learn how women's work has changed the home, the workplace, and the nation in the 20th century through the present.

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As we see American women coming into positions of unprecedented economic and political power, we start to wonder: why now? The Women Have Always Worked MOOC, offered in two parts, explores the history of women in America and introduces students to historians’ work to uncover the place of women and gender in America’s past.

Part Two of the course will focus on women and their work in the 20th century through the present. Participants will examine how ideas about men, women, and family have shaped the meaning and practice of citizenship for Americans of different racial and ethnic backgrounds. Participants will also learn about the implications of race, gender, and class for modern American economic, political, and social life. This course tells the story of overall achievement and growth for women, but also discusses expanding democracy, social justice and new definitions of liberty and equality.

The Women Have Always Worked course is the first full-length MOOC on the history of women in America.

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Que aprenderás

  • How women’s participation in, exclusion from, and impact on American economic, political, and social life have altered American history
  • How key figures and events have challenged the role of women in the home and workplace
  • How ideas, such as democracy, citizenship, liberty, patriotism, and equality have differently shaped the lives of women and men
  • How women of different races and classes have experienced work, both inside and outside the home
  • How historians of women and gender study America’s past, including hands-on opportunities to practice analyzing primary sources from the present and the past
  • How women’s history has developed and changed over time

The New-York Historical Society is a co-producer of the Women Have Always Worked MOOCs.

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Columbia University Center for Teaching and Learning

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Alice Kessler-Harris

R. Gordon Hoxie Professor of American History

Columbia University

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Nick Juravich

Doctoral student

Columbia University

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Suzanne Kahn

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New-York Historical Society

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Categoría: Humanities

Nivel : Intermediate

Institución : Columbia University

Valor : GRATUITO
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Esfuerzo : 4-6 horas a la semana

Duración : 8 Semanas

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Recommended for those with undergraduate level interest in history, labor, and gender.

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