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This guide may serve as a starting point for research in the field of Women and Gender studies.
Last Updated: Jul 27, 2015 URL: http://libguides.auburn.edu/womensstudies Print Guide RSS Updates

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Purpose of this Guide

This  guide offers research assistance in the area of Women's Studies. Because of the interdisciplinary nature of the subject, other library guides may need to be consulted.  Toni Carter (tcarter@auburn.edu) is the Women's Studies librarian, and is available to help students, faculty, and staff.

                                                     

     

    Featured Resources

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    Fundamentals of Feminist Gerontology - J. Dianne Garner
    Call Number: e-book
    ISBN: 9781317826484
    Publication Date: 2014-01-21


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    What Works for Women at Work - Joan C. Williams; Rachel Dempsey; Anne-Marie Slaughter (Foreword by)
    Call Number: HD 6053 .W477 2014 (RBD Library 3rd floor)
    ISBN: 9781479835454
    Publication Date: 2014-01-17

    Instruction Coordinator & Women's Studies Liaison

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    Toni Carter
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    RBD Library 2nd Floor
    Room 2340E
    231 Mell Street Auburn, AL 36849
    334-844-7682
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    Women's Studies Program @ Auburn - Contact Information

    Women's Studies @ Auburn University

    Joyce de Vries
    devrijc@auburn.edu
    212 Biggin Hall
    (334) 844-3484

    Emily Kerzin
    ebk00002@auburn.edu
    3227 Haley Center

    Mailing Address:
    Women's Studies Program
    3227 Haley Center
    Auburn University
    Auburn, AL 36849

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