by Julia Watts
It is the fall semester of 1990, and three students—all with the first name of Elizabeth—are on the roll for Professor Angela Rivers’ Women in Literature course at William Blount University. Like so many college students, each of these “Elizabeths” is on a journey of self-discovery which will determine the course of the rest of her life.
With humor and heart, Women’s Studies follows one school year in the lives of these three young women and shows that in college, one’s extracurricular activities are often much more educational than what goes on in the classroom. Funny and romantic, sexy and insightful, Women’s Studies captures a time in women’s lives which is full of freedom, passion, and discovery.