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Welcome to the Gender Studies Subject Guide!
Meyer Library Information
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Encyclopedia of Sex and Gender This link opens in a new windowProvides essay-length articles on all aspects of sex and gender, including gender studies, race, ethnicity, sexuality, and social institutions.
Chronicle of Higher Education This link opens in a new windowThe Chronicle of Higher Education is the daily (Monday through Friday) online edition of the weekly newspaper of the same name, with stories on current issues of interest to anyone involved in higher education. The Chronicle includes all of the major sections of the print edition including the Careers section, which lists current position openings in colleges and universities.
Gender Studies Database This link opens in a new windowCombines several databases relevant to women's and men's studies, as well as sexual diversity, child development and adolescent studies, and family and society studies, with coverage from 1972 and earlier to present.
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