Exploration of women’s voices and works in the Arts and Humanities from specific time periods and mediums. This class may include students from multiple sections. (Humanities, Elective)
- Read actively and analytically about individuals’ and cultures’ values, practices, behaviors, and expectations;
- Read actively and analytically about intersectionality and how identity markers such as gender, race, economic class, education level, immigration status, nationality, religion, ability, and sexuality shape a sense of self, community, and world;
- Identify themes in contemporary women’s writing and art and reflect on and discuss art and literature with classmates, including acknowledging different viewpoints and respectfully engaging with course concepts and texts;
- Evaluate and challenge assumptions and conclusions—both one’s own and others’;
- Accept personal academic responsibility including class participation and prompt and thorough completion of assignments;
- Use tools of self-assessment to evaluate knowledge and skills in reading, writing, and analysis.
- Explore, discover, and express ideas about the humanities;
- Write unified, coherent and well-developed pieces controlled by a central argument, supported with specific examples from texts, and edited for correct grammar, punctuation, mechanics, and usage.