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ANTH 2200: Gender: Books/Websites

a guide to library resources for students of Anthropology 2200: Gender

Suggested books

Books

Locating Books in the UNT Library Catalog

To locate books in the UNT Libraries' catalog, use either a subject or keyword search.  You can access the catalog here: UNT Libraries Catalog

Note: Anthropology and Gender books are located in Willis Library, on the third floor.  Political science and public administration books are located at Sycamore Library.

If you wish to browse books on the shelf, possible Library of Congress call numbers for Anthropology and Gender-related books are:

  • Anthropology  GN1-GN890 (Willis Library, third floor)
  • The Family, Marriage, Women  HQ1-2044 (Willis Library, 3rd floor)

Locations and maps for the libraries

If you need help using the catalog, you have several options:

  • For general directions, you can go to UNT Library Catalog Help;
  • For in person help in a library on the UNT campus, go to the reference or library services desk in the library where you are working;
  • For personal assistance when you are not in a library, either contact the Anthropology Librarian or go to Ask Us.

If you need a book that UNT doesn't own, you can borrow it from another library using Interlibrary Loan.

Assigned Readings

Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective by Caroline B. Brettell and Carolyn Sargent-- Willis Library 3rd floor

Everyday Life in South Asia by Sarah E. Lamb and Diane P. Mines -- is available via the library as an electronic book

The Anthropology of Space and Place: Locating Culture by Setha M. Lowe and Denise Lawrence-Zuniga -- located at Sycamore Library

Women, Culture, and Society by Joan Bamberger, et. al

 

Websites

UNT Pride Alliance is a campus resource on topics of gender and sexuality and a safe and welcoming space for all. The Pride Alliance provides Ally training to university community members and hosts study hours leading up to finals week. 

LGBT Studies program at UNT

Archival materials/Primary sources

Additional Links

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