As late as the 1970s, women were almost entirely written out of Vermont history. Women's historians have made considerable strides in correcting this gross omission. This course has been developed to first and foremost, retell the "Vermont Storya" from the vantage point of women's experiences; and second to provide a method for bringing women into the curriculum. It will be taught in a compressed format and meet for one week during the summer students will be expected to complete the required readings before the course begins and submit an original research project one month after the course ends.
Karen Madden ()
Dates: May 19 - June 13, 2014; (one week at various museums including Ethan Allen Homestead Shelburne Museum, Rokeby Museum, Fleming Museum and Sheldon Museum) The final three weeks of the course will be online with assignments including weekly forum questions, three short papers, and a final research project.
Please note that this is a hybrid course. The week of May 19th we will meet at different museums each day including Ethan Allen Homestead, Shelburne Museum, Rokeby Museum, Fleming Museum, and Sheldon Museum. The rest of the course will be online.
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