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American Women’s History
Introductory survey and examination of problems and issues in American women’s history and American feminism, colonial era to the present. Emphasizes gender, race and class as categories of historical analysis.
Gain a historical perspective on culture and people.
In Alma’s history program, subject matter spans an extensive range of time periods and cultures, addressing special topics like immigration and ethnicity, foreign policy, the American Constitution and legal history.
Alma’s history program also offers special opportunities such as the Posey Global Fellowships and topical Spring Term courses as well as class-based and independent research projects that lead to conference presentations and publication in academic journals.
September 23, 2014
- Sep 23 Tuesday, 7 p.m. - Tuesday, 8:30 p.m. The Law, Migrant Children and Us
- Sep 23 Tuesday, 7 p.m. - Tuesday, 9 p.m. The Constitution and the Migrant Child
September 25, 2014
- Sep 25 Thursday, 10 p.m. - Thursday, 10:30 p.m. Community of Sant’ Egidio Weekly Meeting
“The presentation was for Michigan colleges and universities and community groups that might wish to adopt the curriculum modules the Alma team has developed.” — Ed Lorenz
Alma students are producing educational materials about worker-owned cooperatives. They recently presented their project at an international research conference in Croatia.
“It is a real honor to have Alma College’s name on a plaque in place like that.” — Ed Lorenz.