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Research guide for Women's Studies
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WELCOME to the J. Eugene Smith Library research guide for Women's Studies

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WOMEN'S CENTER at ECSU - Lending Library

The library at the Women's Center in Room 116D is filled with books on the following topics:

  • Feminism and Civil Rights
  • Domestic Violence and Rape
  • Gender and Sexuality
  • Education and Awareness
  • Health and Psychology
  • Women's Literature and History
  • Motherhood and Children
  • Biographies and Textbooks

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WHATS NEW!!!

  • Out There
    Out Here is a full-length documentary film created by the Queer Farmer Film Project. Completed after 4 years in production, it looks at the experiences of queer farmers across the country and asks – what does it mean to be a queer farmer, is agriculture a safe space for queer people, and what are the relationships between food production and queerness? It is the filmmaker’s dream that this project will give voice and visibility to queer people in agriculture and inspire a flagrant national discussion about gender and sexuality as they are related to our food system.
  • ‘Bring Back Our Girls’ Movement
    On April 15 in northern Nigeria over 200 school girls were kidnapped by an extremist Muslim group called Boko Haram, whose name in the Hausa language means “Western education is a sin.” Find more information at the Protest/Activism Research Guide.
  • Discovering American Womens History
    This database provides access to digital collections of primary sources (photos, letters, diaries, artifacts, etc.) that document the history of women in the United States. These diverse collections range from Ancestral Pueblo pottery to interviews with women engineers from the 1970s.

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