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Women's Studies: Home

This guide will lead you to a variety of resources in Women's Studies

Introduction to the Guide

Cindy Sherman
Annie Leibovitz
Vanity Fair, April 1992.
ARTstor Slide Gallery.

This site reflects the interdisciplinary nature of Women's Studies and contains selected sources that highlight women's contributions to the humanities, social sciences and the sciences.  In addition, it identifies sources that focus on gender issues, sexuality, women of color, the role of women in the family, feminist theory and the history of the women's movement.

 

Welcome

Welcome to the Axinn Library subject guide for Women's Studies.  By using the above tabs you can navigate to the various sections of this resource. The guide highlights material that is available in the Axinn Library as well as items selected from the Web.  If you have any questions, feel free to contact me. 

 

Best Places to Get Research Help

One of the easiest and fastest ways to get research help is during a face-to-face visit with one of our librarians at the Reference Desk.  No appointment necessary.  We are located in the center of the first floor of the Axinn Library.

Another way to get answers to your questions is via our homepage. Just click on the large question mark and begin typing your question.  When librarians are on duty, you will get a quick response.  If it is after hours, you will get an answer the next morning.

You can also use these methods to ask your questions:

  • Tweet: @HULAnswer

  • Text: 516-628-6473
  • Telephone the Reference Desk at 516-463-5962

 

Subject Guide

Margaret Burke
Contact:
Axinn Library
Room 902G
516-463-6448


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