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Women's History 205-500- Huntley: Women's History

Women's History and Why is it Important?

 

Getting Started

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Syllabus

 

Course Plan

Week

Date

Topic

Read

To Do

Week 1  

Aug.20-26

What is Women’s History and Why is it Important?

  • Read Envisioning Women Vol I: Introduction
  • Read my lecture
  • Read Gender in History Intro pdf
  • Introduce yourself in the Intro discussion
  • Take the syllabus quiz
  • Post in the Week 1 discussion by Friday 12 pm
  • Respond to other students by Sunday 12 pm
  • Take Quiz 1 by Sunday midnight
  • Take the Chicago Quiz (due Sept. 3)

Week 2  

Aug. 27-Sept. 2

Women in Eurasia prior to 1000 BCE

  • Read Envisioning VI Chap. 1
  • Read my lecture
  • Post in the discussion by Friday 12 pm
  • Respond to other students by Sun. 12 pm
  • Take Quiz 2
  • Take the Chicago Quiz (due Sept. 3)

Week 3  

Sept. 3-9

The Advent of Patriarchy: Women in the Ancient Mediterranean

  • Read Envisioning VI Chap. 2
  • Read my lecture

  • Post to the discussion by Friday at 12 pm
  • Respond to other students by Sun. 12 pm
  • Take Quiz 3

Week 4  

Sept. 10-16

India and Southeast Asia

  • Read Envisioning VI  chaps 3
  • Read my lecture
  • Post to the discussion by Friday at 12 pm
  • Respond to other students by Sun. 12 pm
  • Take Quiz 4

Week 5  

Sept. 17-23

Women in Tang and Song China 618-1279 CE

  • Read Envisioning VI chap. 4
  • Read my lecture
  • Post to the discussion by Friday at 12 pm
  • Respond to other students by Sun. 12 pm
  • Take Quiz 5
  • Submit your Creative Project to the Quilt & upload paper to dropbox by 9-26-18

Week 6  

Sept. 24-30

Meso-American Civilizations

  • Read Envisioning VI chap. 5
  • Read my lecture
  • Post to the discussion by Friday at 12 pm
  • Respond to other students by Sun. 12 pm
  • Take Quiz 6
  • View/read and provide feedback on peer quilt panels

Week 7  

Oct. 1-7

Women in the Islamic World

  • Read Envisioning VI Chap 6
  • Read my lecture
  • Post to the discussion by Friday at 12 pm
  • Respond to other students by Sun. 12 pm
  • Take Quiz 7

Week 8

Oct. 8-14

Western Europe in the Central and Late Middle Ages

  • Read Envisioning VI Chap 7 & conclusion
  • Read my lecture
  • Post to the discussion by Friday at 12 pm
  • Respond to other students by Sun. 12 pm
  • Take Quiz 8
  • Choose topic for research paper

Week 9

Oct. 15-21

Early Modern World 1500-1750 CE: Ideological Transformations in Eurasia

  • Read Envisioning women Vol. 2 p ix-7, chap 1 & 2
  • Read my lecture
  • Post to the discussion by Friday at 12 pm
  • Respond to other students by Sun. 12 pm
  • Take Quiz 9
  • Submit research question  with bibliography (20 of the 200 pts) 3-18

Week 10

Oct. 22-28

The Atlantic World 1492-1750 CE. 

  • Read Envisioning V2 chap. 3
  • Read my lecture
  • Post to the discussion by Friday at 12 pm
  • Respond to other students by Sun. 12 pm
  • Take Quiz 10

Week 11

Oct. 29-Nov. 4

Work & Politics in the 19th Century: Industrialization, Activism, and Ideologies of Progress 1780-1930 CE

  • Read Envisioning V2 chap. 4
  • Read my lecture
  • Post to the discussion by Friday at 12 pm
  • Respond to other students by Sun. 12 pm
  • Take Quiz 11

Week 12

Nov. 5-11

Imperialism and Activism, 1830-1930 CE

  • Read Envisioning V2 chap. 5
  • Read my lecture
  • Post to the discussion by Friday at 12 pm
  • Respond to other students by Sun. 12 pm
  • Take Quiz 12
  • Submit research paper to Peer review board

Week 13

Nov. 12-18

The Twentieth Century: Women under Totalitarianism

  • Read Envisioning V2 Part 3 & chap. 6
  • Read my lecture
  • Post to the discussion by Friday at 12 pm
  • Respond to other students by Sun. 12 pm
  • Take Quiz 13
  • Submit research paper draft to peer review discussion board by Nov. 12, & give one another feedback by Nov. 27, for Extra Credit.

Break

Nov. 19-25

Fall Break

  • None

Week 14

Nov.26-Dec. 2

Cold War, Neo-Colonialism, and Second-Wave Feminism, 1945-Present

  • Read Envisioning V2 chap. 7
  • Read my lecture
  • Post to the discussion by Friday at 12 pm
  • Respond to other students by Sun. 12 pm
  • Take Quiz 14
  • Submit Research paper to the dropbox by Dec. 2

Week 15

Dec. 3-11

The Politics of Creation and the Search for Truth and Beauty

  • Read Envisioning V2 Conclusion
  • Read my lecture
  • Post to the discussion by Friday at 12 pm
  • Respond to other students by Sun. 12 pm
  • Take Quiz 15

 

Contact

Instructor Information

Instructor: Prof. BT Huntley
Office Phone: N/A|
Email: bt.huntley@frontrange.edu
College Web Site: www.frontrange.edu
Office Location: home

Office Hours: M-F by appointment

Department Contact: Online Chair Cory Reinking 970-204-8195, cory.reinking@frontrange.edu, or the Online Lead for History, Bruce Nye at bruce.nye@frontrange.edu (303) 404-5422