Credit Weight: 0.5 Prerequisite(s): One FCE from Group A Women’s Studies Courses Description: An historical exploration of the relationship between Western cultural constructions of the witch and cultural ideas of femininity as informed by such socially/historically constructed, intersecting categories of difference as gender, class, race, sexuality, age, ability and region. The course begins with early modern western European textual forms, and then expands to more recent examples such as fairy tales, children’s literature, movies, novels, and television shows. Cross-List(s): History 4115 Offering: 3-0; or 3-0

Women’s Studies 4115 Gendering Witchcraft Past and Present

Credit Weight: 0.5 Prerequisite(s): One FCE from Group A Women’s Studies Courses Description: An historical exploration of the relationship between Western cultural constructions of the witch and cultural ideas of femininity as informed by such socially/historically constructed, intersecting categories of difference as gender, class, race, sexuality, age, ability and region. The course begins with early modern western European textual forms, and then expands to more recent examples such as fairy tales, children’s literature, movies, novels, and television shows. Cross-List(s): History 4115 Offering: 3-0; or 3-0




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