Feminist StudiesFMST 260 Black Feminist Reconstruction

Re-visions and extends Reconstruction from 1865-1920 from a black feminist standpoint. Topics include: redefining democracy; labor; literacy and education; suffrage; re-visioning sexuality; childbirth; parenting, etc. Analyzes traditional historiography and the methodological implications of the boundaries between history and fiction, and archival and oral traditions.

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to graduate students

Credits

5

Instructor

Bettina Aptheker