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WGST 4260/5800: Gender and Globalization

Library research guide for WGST 4260/5800

Welcome to the Class Page for WGST 4260

This class page is for the Research Project in the WGST 4260 course (Gender and Globalization); however, it has basic research steps and tools that are useful for any research you do. If you find you need more help, use the Ask Us services. Library reference staff members can be reached in person and through phone and email. You may also contact the Subject Librarian for the Women's and Gender Studies Program, Julie Leuzinger (Pronouns: she/her/hers). Note: While I have tried to use inclusive language, if you notice anything that could be improved, please don't hesitate to contact me with suggestions. 

General Library Information

UNT has several libraries. Most materials for Women's and Gender Studies can be located in Willis Library, Eagle Commons Library, Media Library, or through our electronic resources. If you have questions about our library services, just Ask Us or visit our UNT Libraries Home Page.

Finding Course Reserves

To find Course Reserves:

  • Visit the Course Reserves page to search by course letter or your instructor's last name.
  • Option 1: Search WGST in the SEARCH BY COURSE CODE​ search box.
  • Option 2: Search your professor's name by using the SEARCH BY INSTRUCTOR NAME (LAST, FIRST) search box.
  • Take the call number and your UNT ID card to the Library Services Desk to request the book.

Finding Books

Browsing the Catalog: You can perform a subject search in the UNT Library Catalog, A Subject search is often a good starting point. Your results will display the number of titles we have under that general heading, and then under a series of sub-headings, which often focus on specific regions or related items. You can also perform keyword searches. The catalog will look for your search terms anywhere in the library item record (i.e. title, author, subject, notes), allowing you to perform a more targeted search.

If you need help searching for books, please contact your Women's and Gender Studies Librarian, Julie Leuzinger

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