MacCorquodale, Patricia



Dr. Patricia MacCorquodale, of the University of Arizona's Department of Sociology, was active in transforming the curriculum of higher education to include women's contributions and history. She taught classes in sex roles and the sociology of women, while also integrating material about women into basic courses in social psychology and sexuality. She published articles about transforming the traditional curriculum to include women's contributions to civilization.

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University of Nevada, Reno, Women's Studies Program Records

Identifier: AC 0342
Abstract Women's Studies was an interdisciplinary program in the College of Arts and Science. Established in 1978, the program provided students with a fuller understanding of the nature and role of women, along with their contributions to civilization, through academic study. The collection contains correspondence, information on Women's History Month and other campus programs, proposals, course descriptions, finances, and Women's Studies Advisory Board material. Of interest is a research report...
Dates: 1972-2010