HTY 494 (0001): Women, History and American Society: Sexuality and the Law

Instructor:  Professor Mary Hough

Days/Time:  Tuesday and Thursday 12:30-1:45 pm.

Location:  Stevens 355

Description: States have sought to control Americans’ sexual lives from colonial times to the present.  This class will explore the interests involved in and repercussions of efforts to control/define marriage, reproduction, sexual identity and prostitution with attention to the various implications of race, class, gender, and ethnicity.

General Education Requirements:
Satisfies the General Education Western Cultural Tradition, Cultural Diversity and International Perspectives and Writing Intensive Requirements.

Prerequisites: Three credits of History or permission.