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TagsAnthropology and archaeology (157), Reference (146), Girls and girlhood (131), Sociology (122), Ecofeminism (111), Popular culture (109), South and Southeast Asian women (107), Theatre (98), Family (96), Queer studies (96) — see all tags
About meThe Association of College and Research Libraries Women and Gender Studies Section serves to discuss, promote, and support women and gender studies collections and services in academic and research libraries.
About my libraryThe Women and Gender Studies Core Books database provides titles currently in print that are selected by academic librarians who volunteer to maintain a subject area. The project assists librarians in building Women & Gender Studies collections and can also serve as a guide to instructional faculty in selecting available course readings.
Real nameACRL Women and Gender Studies Core Books
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Member sinceMar 15, 2011
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