Jun 05, 2019
This was an enlightening course! I had a limited understanding on the issues around feminism and social justice and I got listen to perspectives from many angles. And the Professor Bettina is great.
Aug 04, 2019
Thoroughly enjoyed listening to Bettina Aptheker particularly as she has had\n\npersonal experience in these topics. Great to hear first hand accounts of these important historical feminist events.
创建者 Nimaliny K•
Jun 15, 2019
This is a wonderful course. It helped expand my definition and understanding of Feminism.
创建者 Alyane A d A•
Sep 14, 2019
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Oct 25, 2019
创建者 raffaella i•
Sep 22, 2019
Brilliant and powerful, a short course but a deep vision that can be the optimal start for more awareness and a raised consciousness
Aug 28, 2019
This course was amazing, the professor is a legend in the field and I'm so glad that coursera had this available!
创建者 Vivian E•
Sep 03, 2019
The course was informative and insightful. I enjoyed the use of real events as it made the issues much more real and easy to relate with. I have learnt a lot and will apply them in my personal life and work.
创建者 Lucía A F•
Sep 03, 2019
It is an introduction but it is interesting and, personally, I loved the racial approach.
创建者 Tina c•
Oct 10, 2019
Excellent History presented. Very helpful for a person working in a feminist association.
创建者 Beatriz T M•
Oct 15, 2019
A course that everyone should take. Bettina is an incredible lecturer and storyteller. Couldn't be happier with my choice to take this course. Very thought provoking.
Oct 17, 2019
Short but interesting history of feminism in the US. I would have liked more information about other parts of the world (though I understand and accept that Coursera is a US-centric website).
I found the most value in the theme of the intersectionality of feminism - I was aware of it prior but Prof Aptheker's detailed knowledge expanded my understanding, and gave me more ways to understand and articulate my own intersectional feminism.
Nov 03, 2019
I am trying to get the basics of Feminism correct - and this course helped me build a historical context of the movement. I found it very useful and even though the context is American (just an observation not a criticism) but there are so many paralells with the situation in my country. I guess all I can say is that it was perfect - and now I am looking for the next level
创建者 Sandra V S•
May 03, 2019
Was very nice to listen differents histories about the sexual harrasment on the womens and the striagh relation condition with the race or the class. The movie was very intereting for me, because show the struggle to women inter and externaly. The teacher was clear.
创建者 Xinyue Z•
Apr 21, 2019
A very brief introduction to feminism history, not a good option if you want a detailed and broad study. I was actually sort of interested in why feminism has become stigmatized in some way but didn't get an answer. Nevertheless it was a great course and helped me a lot to learn some key historical events of feminism and see how women have struggled to obtain today's achievement.
Jul 05, 2019
Professor Aptheker is a really good professor! This course was actually only the few times I encountered intersectional feminism, and I'm glad that I did. After this course, I'll research more about how I can make my knowledge in feminism more intersectional, more nuanced, and more inclusive.
创建者 Nicola K•
Aug 07, 2019
创建者 ZHONG W•
Aug 15, 2019
A great experience of learning the history and movements about Feminism and social justice. Professor Aptheker makes this course amazing. She quotes the original saying of the people who once in the movements, and just state the history and cases, making all the student could think their own thoughts about it, but not just get her opinions. I hope this kind of course will be opened and accepted in my country.
创建者 ADI S P R•
Aug 27, 2019
it's much about the case study of different issues all over the world on social justice to women, race disparities and collective gatherings etc
创建者 Ahmad A•
May 04, 2019
It's a useful course, But it is too historical and narrative instead of Focus on concepts