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New WGS titles

Very selective list of recent WGS related titles. 

 The handbook of language, gender and sexuality/Susan Ehrlich; Miriam Meyerhoff; Janet Holmes, 2014. Click title to access.

Trans bodies, trans selves : a resource for the transgender community/Larua Erickson-Schroth and Jennifer Finney Boylan, 2014.  Click title to access, also available in print at HQ 77.9 T714 2014


A community of disagreement : feminism in the university/ Danielle Bouchard, 2012. 

The Oxford handbook of gender and politics/Georgina Waylen, 2013.   Click title to access, and also in print.  HQ1236 .O99 2013  6th floor of Tower.  From the publisher's website:  "The handbook is organized in sections that look at sexuality and body politics; political economy; civil society; participation, representation and policymaking; institutions, states and governance as well as nation, citizenship and identity. "

Double-voicing at work : power, gender and linguistic expertise/ Judith Baxter, 2014.  Click title to access. 

Just queer folks : gender and sexuality in rural America/ Colin R. Johnson, 2013.  HQ76.3.U5 J58 2013   6th floor of Tower. 


Research, action and policy : addressing the gendered impacts of climate change / Margaret Alston and Kerri Whittenbury, 2013.  Click  title to access. 

Sovereign masculinity:  Gender lessons from the war on terror/Bonnie Mann, 2014.  Call number HQ1090 .M3295 2014






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Citaton Guides

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Women's and Gender Studies Department

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