If you're just starting out as a Gender and Women's Studies student and need to lean the background of fundamentals of the subject, the following can help:
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While Gender and Women's Studies is an interdisciplinary field, most of its materials will be found with a 305-360 call number in the lower level of Schewe Library. There are also resources listed for the Gender and Women's Studies concentrations in Health Sciences, Biology, and Criminal Justice.
General Gender and Women's Studies resources
Gender and Women's Studies in Health Sciences
Gender and Women's Studies in Biology
Gender and Women's Studies in Criminal Justice
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