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 +'''Women's studies''' is an [[interdisciplinary]] [[List of academic disciplines|academic field]] devoted to topics concerning [[women]], [[feminism]], [[gender identity|gender]], and [[politics]]. It often includes [[feminist theory]], [[women's history]] (e.g. a history of [[women's suffrage]]) and [[social history]], [[women's fiction]], [[women's health]], and the [[feminist]] and [[gender studies]]-influenced practice of most of the [[humanities]] and [[social sciences]].
 +==See also==
 +*[[Feminist economics]]
 +*[[Feminist theory]]
 +*[[French feminism]]
 +*[[Men's studies]]
 +*[[Social criticism]]
 +*[[Women artists]]
 +*[[Women's history]]
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Women's studies is an interdisciplinary academic field devoted to topics concerning women, feminism, gender, and politics. It often includes feminist theory, women's history (e.g. a history of women's suffrage) and social history, women's fiction, women's health, and the feminist and gender studies-influenced practice of most of the humanities and social sciences.

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