Open only to students accepted to the special program Madrid Center & Liberal Arts in Spanish at UAM.
Taught in Spanish. This course studies sexual differences as constructed in modern Western history between the 16th and 17th centuries, in relation to social, economic, cultural and political changes of the time. From the perspectives opened by new historiographical trends, particularly women’s history and cultural history, it takes a modern approach that addresses the complexity and diversity of experiences and the interaction between context and individual and collective strategies.
(19027, Historia y Género en la Época Moderna)
Location: Liberal Arts at UAM