GSWS090 - WRITING WOMEN:1660-1800

Focusing on literature by and/or about women, this course examines women as readers, writers, and subjects of literature. Works studied vary considerably from semester to semester and may include a wide range of works from various countries and in various genres, often selected to allow for examination of theoretical issues such as feminist humor, feminist literary theory, women and popular culture, and the place of women in the literary mainstream. Often special attention is paid to the experience of minority women. See the English Department's website at www.english.upenn.edu for a complete description of the current offerings.
TR 1200PM-0130PM
BOWERS, TONI
FISHER-BENNETT HALL 112
  • ENGL090401

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