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6 years, 6 months ago
This is my first cousera class and am I glad I picked this one for my first attempt at online study. I am so in awe of this course. The lectures are not boring and the readings were informative and engaging.... This is my first cousera class and am I glad I picked this one for my first attempt at online study. I am so in awe of this course. The lectures are not boring and the readings were informative and engaging. I am learning so much and plan on using the information and ithe habits of these inspirational woman that I am learning about to mimic their organizational skills in my own pursuits of justice. Professor Brown is awesome with her delivery of infomation. I could not wait to log on to each new lecture. I also liked engaging new relationships with fellow students from all parts of the world. Take this course the next time it is offered!
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3 years, 9 months ago
One of the most eye-opening, insightful and well organized courses I have ever taken. Dr. Barkley's feminist perspective is revolutionary and needed for a more accurate and complete understanding of the hist... One of the most eye-opening, insightful and well organized courses I have ever taken. Dr. Barkley's feminist perspective is revolutionary and needed for a more accurate and complete understanding of the historical legacy of the Civil Rights movement.
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