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Sex, Gender, and the Christian Right in America

GSS 465

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American social movements in the 1960s and 1970s highlighted deep structural inequalities faced by a variety of marginalized groups. These groups' growing consciousness and social impact spurred a strong conservative reactionary movement. The nascent Christian Right was at the forefront of this backlash, countering feminist and racial equality initiatives with calls to traditional gender roles and rejections of the reality of systemic racism. This course explores the rise of the Christian Right in the United States through the lens of its relationship to gender, race, and sexuality from the beginning of the 20th century through the present.
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