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Honors Program
Course Description

Honors Program: A pathway to excellence.

HON 201/401
Women of the West

This course examines western women's history and will investigate women of differing classes, races, and ethnicities. We will look at various views of women and women's views of themselves, at women's political, social, and cultural activities.

The class is a seminar and will be primarily discussion based. The success of this class depends on your full participation. Attendance and preparation for class are necessary in order to succeed in this course. I expect that all sincere contributions will be treated with respect in order to enhance an atmosphere of cooperation rather than competitive individualism. One of the goals of this class is to increase your self-confidence in expressing yourself verbally. To do that we must encourage familiarity with each other and open, good-humored, and generous exchange in the classroom.

HON 201/401 Reading England is available for either lower or upper division credit.

HON 201 will substitute for the General Education requirements in Behavioral & Social Sciences (either part) or Humanities: Literary and Artistic Studies.
HON 401 will substitute for ENGL 454, ENGL 455, HIST 409, or POLS 409.

Instructor: Amy McKinney

Time: Fall 2006, Block 3, 12-3pm

Prerequisite: ENGL 102

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