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Throughout the early 20th century, the role of American women began to change. The U.S. entrance into World War II and resulting draft provided women at institutions of higher education the opportunity to develop their place on college campuses. Through analyzing yearbooks, student publications, and personal testimonies, the case of Gettysburg College provides a lens to better understand the changing dynamics on college campuses during the war years. Although men remained on the campus of Gettysburg College during the war years, the changing dynamics of the College, both academically and socially, allowed women the opportunity to increase not only their presence, but their leadership capabilities.
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Lomax, Addison E., "Redefining Gender Roles in Higher Education: Women at Gettysburg College during World War II" (2022). Student Publications. 1000.
Written for HIST 348: Early Twentieth Century America