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GOVERNMENT

GOVT-685
Topics in Women and Politics (1-4)

Course Level: Graduate

Topics vary by section, may be repeated for credit with different topic. Topics include reproductive rights, women's health policy, women and campaigns, women in the media, and Title IX. Usually offered every term. Meets with GOVT-485.

GOVT-685
001
GOVERNMENT
FALL 2014

Course Level: Graduate

Topics in Women and Politics (1-4)

Women, Politics, and Philanthropy

This course is an intensive introduction to women and politics. Students in the course gain an understanding of the historical struggle of women for political, economic, and educational rights, as well as the major actors who were or continue to be involved in these efforts. Meets with GOVT-485 001.

GOVT-685
002
GOVERNMENT
FALL 2014

Course Level: Graduate

Topics in Women and Politics (1-4)

Women and the 2014 Elections: U.S. and around the World

There are over 60 legislative, parliamentary, presidential, and referenda elections scheduled for 2014. What will the mid-term elections mean for women in elective office, will the percentage of women in Congress increase as in 2012? Will political upheavals around the world yield new opportunities for women in public life? This course explores the barriers and opportunities for women in 2014 elections as candidates, voters, party leaders, and campaigners/advocates, as well as efforts to overcome barriers to participation and achieve gender parity in women's political leadership. Meets with GOVT-485 002.