Dr. Emily Teipe
Social Sciences Division
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History 270 classes
Teipe, Emily. Different Voices; Women in United States History. CAT second edition
(dark blue cover)
ancillary readings for this semester please consult instructor and course syllabus
History 270 (3 units) A History of Women in the United States from the colonial era to the contemporary period; emphasis placed on gender issues and women's roles in social and political reform. The course is taught primarily in lecture presentations utilizing power point and film. One section of the course is offered on campus each semester. History 270 is also offered as an OnLine course during the academic year and in summer session.
Introduction to Women Studies: Women's Studies 100
Women's Studies 100 is an introductory course in Women's Studies which is taught online each semester
This course has an emphasis on reading, written assignments, film analysis and a comprehensive final exam.
Western Civilization- History 110 - A survey course in the history of the Western Tradition from Prehistory, Ancient states of Egypt, Mesopotamia, Greece, and Rome concluding with the development of European civilization. Fall semester 2013 an Honors section of Western Civilization will be offered.
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