I have been asked to teach an upper level undergraduate course on the History of U. S. Women's Leadership next semester. I plan to introduce leadership as an evolving and contextualized concept and consider ways women have exercised and contributed to conceptions of leadership in a variety of arenas, from daily networks and grassroots organizations to the upper echelons of business and politics.
I welcome suggestions for readings and sample syllabi.
Thanks in advance,
Chair, History Department
University of Missouri-St. Louis