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by Alice Kessler-Harris
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The final segment of the Women Have Always Worked series begins with an examination of how the Cold War reinforced the ideals of the suburban, nuclear family and how these ideals impacted women's trajectory towards independence and equality.

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by Alice Kessler-Harris
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The 19th Amendment– women's right to vote–is our launching point for Course 3. As new cultural and economic opportunities emerged for women in the 1920s, so too did racial, familial, and legal structures place constraints on that independence.

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by Alice Kessler-Harris
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After surveying the the emergence of women's history as an academic field and its impact on the study of history as a whole, we begin course one with the experiences of women in Colonial America.

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by Alice Kessler-Harris
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Course two departs from the Civil War, examining how gender shaped women's work outside the home in the late 19th century. We will learn about how gender influenced the shape of the labor force.

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Lillian Hellman was a giant of 20th-century letters and a groundbreaking figure as one of the most successful female playwrights on Broadway....

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