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Explore the history of women in America

XSeries Program in
Women Have Always Worked

What you will learn

  • How women’s participation in, exclusion from, and impact on American economic, political, and social life have altered American history
  • How key figures and events have challenged the role of women in the home and workplace
  • How ideas, such as democracy, citizenship, liberty, patriotism, and equality have differently shaped the lives of women and men
  • How women of different races and classes have experienced work, both inside and outside the home
  • How historians of women and gender study America’s past, including hands-on opportunities to practice analyzing primary sources from the present and the past
  • How women’s history has developed and changed over time
Expert instruction
4 high-quality courses
Progress at your own speed
11 months
2 - 3 hours per week
Discounted price: $180
Pre-discounted price: $200USD
For the full program experience

Courses in this program

  1. ColumbiaX's Women Have Always Worked XSeries Program

Meet your instructors
from Columbia University (ColumbiaX)

Columbia University Center for Teaching and Learning
New-York Historical Society
Nick Juravich
Suzanne Kahn
Alice Kessler-Harris
Intelligent Television

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