HIST 114 SC - The Renaissance on the Margins: Gender, Slavery, and Heresy, 1450-1750
Did women have a Renaissance? Did slaves and religious minorities? This course examines the status of dominated people during the European Renaissance, focusing on the construction of identity, the maintenance of religious and social boundaries, and the possibilities for resistance. Readings will encompass primary and secondary sources as well as theoretical perspectives from feminism, Marxism, and economics.
Course Credit: 1.0
Offered: Alternating years
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