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Women's Gender, and Sexuality Studies Research Guide: Getting Started

This is a general overview of resources in the field.

Women's Studies Encyclopedias and Guides

Encyclopedia of Feminist Theories

Reference HQ1190 .E63 2000

Encyclopedia of Sex and Gender: Men and Women in the World's Cultures

Reference HQ16 .E53 2003 (2 vols.)

Encyclopedia of Women's History in America
Reference HQ1410 .C85 2000

Greenwood Encyclopedia of Women's Issues Worldwide

Reference HQ1115 .G74 2003 (6 vols.)

Historical Dictionary of Feminism

Stacks HQ1115 .B65 2004

Routledge International Encyclopedia of Queer Culture

Reference HQ76.96 .R68 2006

Women's Movement Today: an Encyclopedia of Third-wave Feminism

Reference HQ1115 .W644 2006 (2 vols.)

Women's Studies: a Recommended Bibliography

Reference Z7963 .F44 K75 2004

Women's Studies Encyclopedia

Reference HQ1115 .W645 1999 (3 vols.)

Web Portals

Women's Studies Online Resources
Developed by Joan Korenman at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Women's Studies Online Resources will help you find information-rich, high-quality web sites focusing on women's studies or women's issues; women- or gender-related e-mail lists; women's studies files from the WMST-L File Collection; links to women's studies programs around the world and to the Center for Women and Information Technology; financial aid for women; updates to Internet Resources on Women; and more.

Voice of the Shuttle: Gender and Sexuality Studies

IIncludes General Resources, Women's Studies & Feminist theory, Queer Studies, Men's Movements & Men's/Masculinity Studies, Cybergender & techgender, Sexual Harassment, Assault, and Abuse.

WGSSLINKS: Women and Gender Studies Web Sites

Women's Studies Section of the Association of College and Research Libraries created WGSSLINKS to provide access to a wide range of resources in support of Women's Studies. 

Social Sciences Librarian

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Jennifer Elder
Librarian for Psychology, Journalism, & Women's, Gender, & Sexuality Studies

Emory University

Robert W. Woodruff Library