Ann D. Braude
The numerical dominance of women in most religious groups is the point of departure for an exploration of American history focusing on the interrelation of gender systems and religious world views. Topics include witchcraft, African American women evangelists, ideologies of domesticity, and the relation of gender to religious dissent, among others. The course emphasizes historical research methodology using gender as a category of analysis.
Enrollment Limited: No
Open to BTI Students: Yes
Jointly offered as Religion 1554
Course location to be announced.
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