Women have always made history. Now the History Program is offering a new course that focuses on telling that story. HI 292 History of Women in America explores the many roles and contributions of women in American history beginning with the Gilded Age and ending in the post-feminist contemporary period.
Dr. Anthony Troncone, senior member of the History Program, designed HI 292. It will be taught for the first time in Spring 2017 by Katie Anderson, History major—Class of 2008— and Director of the New Student and Transition Center. It complements HI 301 Women in the Middle Ages, another of the new courses recently added to the History curriculum.