Introduction to Women's Studies

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INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN’S STUDIES
FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE
Test to be held in your class on the following dates:
MSU – WMGST 102: section -01 – Monday, May 7th at 10 am – 12:15 pm, section WMGST 102:03 – Monday, May 7th at 3:15 – 5:15 pm Kean – ID 1300 – sections -02 & -R2 - Thursday, May 10th at 11 am; section -03 - Thursday, May 10th at 2 pm, section - 01 - Saturday, May 5th 12:30 – 3:15 pm Materials to Use: All Assigned Textbook Readings for Last Unit including - Women Changing Our World, Part 1, handout – Vindication…, Lectures - Notes from Class, Powerpoint #4 – Feminism, your last paper, Film – IJA & worksheet, the small group in-class presentations Outline: Know the basic information for of each of the following items and be able to explain how it is related to this part of our course. 1) Early Women’s Movement

2) Pre-history - Matriarchy vs. Patriarchy
3) The Woman Question
i) Early critiques – Camille dePizan, Poullain dela Barre, Astell 4) Age of Enlightenment- Definition, tenets, philosophies, dates ii) Natural Rights Revolutions
(a) Descartes
1. Inalienable rights
(b) French Revolution
2. Rousseau
(c) Declaration of Rights of Man & Citizen 3. Condorocet, D’Gouges
(d) Wollstonecraft - biography
4. Vindication – response, argument, support, social & historical context, impact 5) Liberalism - Definition, tenets, philosophies, dates
iii) American Revolution
(e) Founding Fathers – patriarchal democracy 5. Adams
6. Social contract
7. Declaration of Independence – false universalism 6) Feminism
iv) Waves
v) Stereotypes
vi) Images vs. Realities
(f) Thank a Feminist
vii) Commonalities...
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