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About this course
- The Master of Arts in Women's History program introduces students to the rapidly expanding literature in women’s history, feminist theory, and gender studies; trains them in historical research and interpretation; and encourages them to combine scholarship with activism both within and beyond the College.
- Each year, the program sponsors a Women's History Month Conference
- Advanced undergraduates at Sarah Lawrence may apply to this program and, if admitted, may begin working toward the MA during their senior year.
- Through a partnership with Pace University Law School, Sarah Lawrence offers a joint degree in women’s history and law.
An Accelerated Degree program allows students to complete all 48 credits toward their MA in Women’s History in 15 months of continuous study.