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Department
History
Course
HIS102Y1
Professor
Dr.Carla Hustak
Semester
Fall

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September 13 2011Telling the Story of Womens History in Academia Intellectual Frameworks Meet Feminist Politics French Annales School 1930s Social History where social history started to develop as a field 1960s consciousnessraisinggroups of women that met informally and discussed their personal experiencesdivision of labor in their home desertification with their jobs not having a career lack ofopportunities for career developmentPatriarchal systemmale white dominated Critique of Hisstoriesway we remember the past by how the stories are told Creation of Memory MasterNarratives Key Questions1 Who Narrates History2 Which StoriesActors are privileged3 What are the political agendas at play in framing a narrative in thinking about a story how is it being told dominant force can reshape a narrative to reinforce their position of power movement from writing history from below resistance form of history dominant eragets critiquedWomens History Historian Linda Kerber C
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